Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Pakistan School Hero (VOA-Edu Rep)

Published on 27/02/2014

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From VOA Learning English, this is the Education Report.

Pakistani officials plan to name a school and a sports center for a student who stopped a suicide bomber. Fifteen-year-old Aitzaz Hassan saved hundreds of other students at his high school earlier this year. The school is in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province. Police said Aitzaz Hassan saw the bomber moving toward the building’s entrance. The attacker looked suspicious to Aitzaz, who tried to stop him. That is when the bomb exploded. The attacker was killed, and Aitzaz died later in a hospital. The student’s older brother noted that Aitzaz often said he would fight if he came face to face with a suicide bomber. Provincial Governor Shaukatullah Khan visited the home of the boy. He announced an award for the family of about $47,000 dollars. Governor Khan told VOA that the sacrifice of children like Aitzaz Hassan is a cause for national pride and a great honor for his village. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif declared earlier that the student should be honored with Pakistan’s highest award for bravery. Reports say the honor is expected to be presented to the boy’s family on March 23rd. Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai expressed deep regret about the death of Aitzaz Hassan. She spoke from Britain. She lives there now, after surviving a Taliban attack. She said she was pleased to belong to a country where brave people like Aitzaz Hassan are born. Malala has gained worldwide praise for her opposition to militants and her support for the rights of women. Her book, “I Am Malala”, is an international best-seller. But heads of private schools in Pakistan have banned it.

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