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On the eve of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize award announcement, hear from nominee Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in October 2012 by a Taliban gunman on her way home from school. Yousafzai, then 15, was targeted because of her education-rights activism; she describes the ordeal and her ongoing campaign for children's education in her memoir, I Am Malala (Oct 8; Little, Brown and Company). International-news vet Christiane Amanpour interviews Yousafzai and her father in what is likely to be the most inspiring talk you'll see this season.