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Afghan Female Student Who Was Injured in Bombing Passes University Entrance Exams
Afghan Female Student Who Was Injured in Bombing Passes University Entrance Exams0Students in Afghanistan have just finished their university entrance exams. But, one student has drawn the attention of news companies around the world. In September, Fatemeh Amiri and about 600 people were doing a practice exam. Suddenly, a suicide bomber attacked her school. Over 50 people died, and many were injured. Most of the victims were girls.

Amiri was one of the girls. She lost one of her eyes, and her jaw and ear were severely damaged. Most people would have lost hope. But, Amiri says that losing her eye made her even stronger. She continued to study hard.

On the day of her exams, her eye was in pain. She couldn’t see well. But, she pressed on.

After several days, Amiri’s scores were revealed. She scored over 85 percent! She plans to study computer science at Kabul University. Amiri shows us that anyone can succeed.

Amiri lives in Afghanistan, where there are almost no schools for girls. Only a few private schools for girls are open.

Boram Ma
For The Junior Times
 
인쇄기능입니다.
1. What happened in September?
2. What injuries did Amiri suffer in the incident?
3. What does Amiri plan to do?
 
1. Why do you think the suicide bomber attacked the school?
2. What are women’s rights like in Afghanistan?
3. What do you think about Fatemeh Amiri?
4. What do you plan on doing after graduating from high school?
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