Hello! Here's a roundup of news you need to know this Thursday
She is the youngest to receive honorary Canadian citizenship – a privilege previously granted to 5 others including Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, and Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi
The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) says a program aired by the 24-hour ARY news channel on February 7 used "indecent and uncivilized" language to describe the 18-year-old
The young Nobel laureate joins critics denouncing Donald Trump, who called for a ban on all Muslims entering the US
Over the past week, the two neighbors have been locked in their worst spat since the 1990s Yugoslavian conflict, imposing tit-for-tat border restrictions over the human exodus seeking passage through the Balkans to northern Europe
Billed as the most ambitious anti-poverty plan ever, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets will replace the Millennium Development Goals that expire this year
The Nobel Peace Prize winner spends her 18th birthday on the Syrian border, and opens a school for more than 200 Syrian girls living in refugee camps
"I am honored to mark my 18th birthday with the brave and inspiring girls of Syria," Nobel Peace Prize winner Yousafzai says in a statement
The 17-year-old activist says Sharif told her his government will support her if she decides to visit the country
'Today and every day, I stand with the Rohingyas, and I encourage people everywhere to do so,' she declares
'The eight who were acquitted are still being held in various jails and an internment centre,' a police official says
A senior security official in Mingora insists the court had sentenced all 10 men to life imprisonment, accusing the police of lying
Life prison sentences in Pakistan are 25 years, and the convicts may appeal in a higher court
'I look forward to the day I can hug each one of you, pray with you and celebrate your freedom with your families. Until then, stay strong and never lose hope. You are my heroes,' the Nobel peace laureate says
World leaders condemn the Taliban massacre of Pakistani schoolchildren as 'heinous' and 'an act of horror'
(UPDATED) Survivors describe how the militants went from room to room shooting children as young as 12 during the 8-hour onslaught at the Army Public School in Peshawar
The protest at the presumed massacre of 43 Mexican students come as Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai and India's Kailash Satyarthi displayed their prizes to rapturous applause, with the man shouting, 'Don't forget the students in Mexico'
'I want to help my country, I want my country to go forward and I'm really patriotic,' says 17-year-old Malala, the youngest Nobel laureate ever
Students, activists and teachers gather in a school hall in Swat Valley's main town of Mingora to watch the ceremony, chanting "Long live Malala" and continuing to give her a standing ovation for several minutes
Full text of Malala Yousafzai's Nobel Peace Prize lecture: 'This award is for those forgotten children who want education...those frightened children who want peace...those voiceless children who want change'
The pairing of Malala and Satyarthi had the extra symbolism of linking neighboring countries that have been in conflict for decades
'Every child in the world must be free to grow up in a peaceful, protected environment. We have to create such a world.'
Speaking via video link, Malala addresses a thousand schoolchildren at a special event to celebrate her Nobel prize held in the city of Peshawar
Malala Yousafzai, is the first to win both the Nobel Peace Prize and the World's Children's Prize in the same year
Some 25 million children aged from 5 to 16 in Pakistan are out of school, 14 million of them girls
Schoolgirl activist Malala Yousafzai's courageous fightback from being shot by the Taliban has transformed her both into a symbol for human rights and a campaigner in global demand
'The award is for all the children who are voiceless, whose voices need to be heard,' says Malala Yousafzai, the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
Cash deposits in Revilla’s account match whistleblower Luy’s records. Where is Kim Jong Un? The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 is awarded to Malala Yousufzai and Kailash Satyarthi
(UPDATED) The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the prize saying that peaceful global development can only come about if children and the young are respected
Former poll chief Abalos cleared of electoral sabotage. 5 in 10 Filipinos believe in end of gov't corruption - poll. Who gets the Nobel - Pope Francis, Snowden or Malala?
Predicting the winner is even harder than usual this year, as the Nobel committee is picking from a record 278 candidates
(UPDATED) The detention of the gunmen came as part of the Pakistani military's ongoing offensive against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and other extremist outfits
She urges the Nigerian government to take seriously the plight of the girls who remain in the custody of Boko Haram Islamists
Sarfaraz Khan, the Area Study Centre director, said 'police refused to provide security' for the ceremony
Past winners of the 50,000 euro ($68,000) prize also include South African anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela and former UN secretary general Kofi Annan
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said the identity of those killed in the drone strike was "irrelevant"
Malala Yousafzai was reduced to fits of laughter in her conversation with Prince Philip
Malala will become just the sixth person to be granted honorary Canadian citizenship, following in the footsteps of Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi and the Aga Khan
Spokesman Shahidullah Shahid told AFP the 16-year-old had done nothing to deserve the Nobel Peace Prize. "This award should be given to the real Muslims who are struggling for Islam. Malala is against Islam, she is secular."
Who will win the Nobel Peace Prize? While many see Malala Yousafzai as the favorite, more hot names are being bandied about
Malala Yousafzai talks of her prime ministerial dreams and the honor of a potential Nobel Prize win
To thunderous applause announcing the prize, the parliament's president Martin Schulz said 'Malala bravely stands for the right of all children to be granted a fair education'
The Pakistani Taliban vowed to attack Malala Yousafzai again, saying she had no courage
Malala is also set to publish her autobiography 'I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban'
Malala says she was unable to talk, had no idea where she was and was unsure even of her own name when she emerged from a coma after six days
Malala: Instead of sending weapons, instead of sending tanks to Afghanistan and all these countries which are suffering from terrorism, send books
Malala will share the 2013 Ambassador of Conscience Award with American singer and human rights activist Harry Belafonte