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In 1952, Vo Thi Sau, a 19-year-old schoolgirl turned revolutionary, was executed there by French colonial authorities for guerrilla activities.
Michael Gambon star in a six-part British drama about a lawyer (McCrory) who sets out to prove the innocence of a man convicted of killing a schoolgirl.
In this year’s performance, Valeria Cardini, a red-haired 11-year-old, played a schoolgirl — but one attending the same class as her older and younger brothers because the village didn’t have enough children to organize more than one class.
We were inspired by stories of girls like Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban for speaking out about her right to learn, and the Chibok schoolgirls, who were kidnapped by a terrorist group that believes women don't belong in school.
Either they are seen as a dumb in love schoolgirl or a mercenary out to advance her own career.
Back then, a nearby Catholic school, run by French nuns, disgorged a parade of smiling young schoolgirls in their conical hats and flowing white áo dàis.
That prompted squeals from a group of schoolgirls on Friday and tears from a woman on Saturday.
On Match of the Day three things are certain almost every time: Gary Lineker offering a frank assessment of the day's action, Ian Wright giggling like a schoolgirl and Alan Shearer offering brutal honesty.
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