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‘Treat people with kindness’: Malala Yousafzai issues response after Jimmy Kimmel was branded a ‘national disgrace’ for ‘harassing’ Taliban shooting survivor at Oscars with joke about Harry Styles spitting on Chris Pine and ‘Cocaine Bear’ stunt

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Malala Yousafzai took to social media this morning after Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel was widely criticised for ‘harassing’ her during a bizarre segment at the awards ceremony.

The Nobel Peace Prize winner, 25, who was a teenage education activist when she was shot in the face by Taliban militants in Pakistan in 2012, was left visibly uncomfortable when the presenter approached her during a break in proceedings.

Kimmel asked Ms Yousafzai, an executive producer of the short documentary Stranger At The Gate, an awkward question about Harry Styles and Chris Pine‘s ‘spit-gate’ drama.

The filmmaker looked unsure and responded: ‘I only talk about peace.’

In the hours after the ceremony, she then …

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