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Chess victories win Pakistan's 'Queens of Karachi' confidence and freedom
by Zofeen Ebrahim
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8 March 2018
On 8 March 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Peering at the chess board from behind her spectacles, 14-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl Maleeha Ali deftly put her opponent's king in checkmate, winning her third victory in a row. With echoes of Uganda's 'Queen of Katwe', the Pakistani teens have defied expectations about girls in their conservative nation ... Like Phiona Mutesi -- whose rise from a Ugandan slum to international chess championships inspired the 2016 Disney film -- Pakistan's chess queens have beaten the odds to succeed.
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