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School Friends and Yousafzai

swat: Yousafzai is expected to return to London on Monday, according to Toronto Star. Activist Adnan Tabassum, also from Swat, met with Yousafzai on Thursday in Islamabad. Security was visibly beefed up in Mingora, the Nobel Peace Prize winner's hometown, but authorities wouldn't confirm whether she would be arriving there. She said Yousafzai told her that she wanted to travel to Swat to see her former school friends and relatives. Malala is not afraid of going to Swat, where the terrorists opened fire on her in 2012 and wounded her. Read more Back home in Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai says she'll continue to fight for girls' education Article Continued Below According to Tabassum, 20-year-old Yousafzai asked authorities to allow her to go to Shangla village in Swat, where a school has been built by her Malala Fund. ( As reported in the news.