As Malala Yousafzai fights for her life after having a bullet removed from her neck at a hospital in Peshawar, an outpouring of shock, grief and anger has swept across Pakistan and the world. Pakistani government officials, the army and the public responded quickly and angrily to the attacks. Schools shut their doors, candlelight vigils were held and a school in Peshawar was renamed as Malala Yousufzai Government Girls Secondary School. She continued to speak out and advocate for peace. Bravery beyond her own nation's leaders.
Culture of impunity
His father was also taken into custody, but the agency freed him on the production of a bail bond. Deputy director of the FIA Cyber Crime Wing Tahir Khan told a news conference here that a local court had granted the physical remand of the accused to the agency for two days to probe the hacking and blackmailing charges. He said that the accused had revealed during the investigation that he had also hacked the Snapchat accounts of two other US-based women. Mr Tahir said the FIA had recovered pornographic material from the mobile phone of the accused and that the mobile phone had been dispatched for forensic analysis. He said that the FBI had shared the details of the accused forcing a Virginia-based minor girl into sextortion. The FIA deputy director said that the accused told the investigators that he used his Instagram account to befriend girls and lured them to give him their passwords, which he later used to hack their Sanpchat accounts. The accused later tried to coerce the girl into webcam blackmail and shared her compromising pictures with her Snapchat contacts. Facebook Count.
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Ilyas said the authorities were also seeking three National Database Registration Authority NADRA officials found responsible for issuing Pakistan's national identity card to Gula, who have been at large since the fraud was uncovered. In reality she is unlikely to serve such a harsh sentence - many Afghans who have been convicted in similar cases have been deported before they could be sent to prison. COMMENTS 15 Shuaib Qasim 5 years ago Reply Law of the land should be implemented whether she is an icon of worn torn country or a normal person, if she is illegal deport her immediately to Afghanistan we should take such steps to secure our beloved country Pakistan. Singh 5 years ago Reply India should finance deportation of Afghans to India to show their true for the people who betrayed Pakistan. If she had panama offshore bank accounts, would she be arrested? She needs to exit stage left asap! Usman Toronto 5 years ago Reply So what? Is there any issue with it?
PESHAWAR, Pakistan AP — Many schools in Pakistan's Swat Valley closed their doors in protest Wednesday and the country's army chief vowed to fight on against militants as anger erupted across the nation over the Taliban attack on a year-old activist famed for promoting girls' education. Malala Yousufzai was in the intensive care unit at a military hospital in Peshawar, recovering from an early morning surgery to remove a bullet from her neck a day after the attack. A Pakistani official said doctors thought she was out of danger.