World has 'lost humanity' on Syria: Malala

Malala Yousafzai speaks at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, September 25, 2015The 18-year-old Pakistani, who was shot by the Taliban for defiantly going to school, said she was so upset by abuses of girls at the hands of extremists in Syria and Iraq that she has stopped watching the news. “We lost humanity on that day when… nowhere a child is welcomed,” she told reporters at the United Nations. Malala appealed to world leaders to imagine their own children suffering the abuses meted out by the Islamic State movement, which has sexually enslaved girls from minority groups.

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