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>> She won the Nobel Peace Prize for her campaign against Taliban efforts to deny women education. And now, Malala Yousafzai has won something else, a place at one of the UK's most prestigious educational establishments, Oxford University. The 20 year old who lives in Britain tweeting her delight on Tuesday as students across the UK receive their final school results.
>> Extremists tried all their best to stop me. They tried to kill me and they didn't succeed and it was a clear evidence that no one can stop me. And this means that now this is a new life, this is a second life and it is for the purpose of education.
>> The Pakistani education activist came to prominence when a Taliban gunman shot her in the head in 2012. She was just 17. She was treated in the UK and after recovering from the attack attended school there.>> Now I can even walk. I can even run now.>> Yousafzai has been accepted to study politics, philosophy and economics.
Previous students of the same course at Oxford include former British Prime Minister David Cameron and late Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto.