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In 2008, after many Taliban attacks on girls' schools in Pakistan, Yousafzai gave a speech critical of the fundamentalist Islamic militia for trying to "take away my basic right to education." She later blogged about the oppression for the British Broadcasting Corp. and in 2011 received Pakistan's National Youth Peace Prize.
"Doctor Who'', for those not familiar with the doctor, is a British Broadcasting Corp. television show about a time lord who flies back and forth in time in a blue British telephone booth, wearing a long scarf and often accompanied by a comely companion.
In 1936, the British Broadcasting Corp. inaugurated ''high-definition'' television service from Alexandra Palace in London.
The crowds then set fire to the national assembly headquarter before burning down the city hall, the ruling party's headquarters, and storming the presidency, the British Broadcasting Corp. said.
Tuesday the Mediterranean island nation of Malta refused to accept a group of African migrants rescued by an oil tanker on its way to Libya before Italy allowed the group to arrive on the Italian island of Sicily, the British Broadcasting Corp. said.
"A British man winning Wimbledon hasn't happened for such a long time," said Gabay, who's worked with the British Broadcasting Corp. and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc.
However, Ingar Amundsen, an official at the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA), told the British Broadcasting Corp. that more checks are needed, due to the risks of corrosion from the seawater.
"This is what I've always wanted to win, gold in front of the home crowd," Hoy, 36, told the British Broadcasting Corp. "This is the perfect way to end my Olympic career."
The attacker, posing as a guest, embraced Samangani before detonating his explosives, the British Broadcasting Corp. reported, quoting a witness.
Among the representatives were leaders of major news organizations, such as the host ITAR-TASS, Xinhua News Agency, The Associated Press, the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC), Reuters, NBC, Al Jazeera, Kyodo News and MENA.
BBC Earth is the British Broadcasting Corp.'s global natural history division.
When top leaders at the British Broadcasting Corp. decided their organisationAAEs culture needed to change, they visited seven North American companies known for workplace excellence, including Southwest Airlines, Cisco Systems and the Container Store.

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