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VIDEO: Second chance for Mass shooting survivor

VIDEO: Second chance for Mass shooting survivor

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Peshawar school shooting's survivor 'second chance at life'

16 September 2015 Last updated at 07:12 BST

A Pakistani teenager who was told he would never walk again after being critically injured in last year's Peshawar school massacre, has fresh hope of a full life after his successful surgery in the UK.

Muhammad Ibrahim Khan, 13, was shot four times in the Taliban attack which killed 152 people.

Nine months on, he is being discharged from a hospital in London and looking forward to a full recovery.

The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar went to meet him.

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