15.10.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - MalalaYousafzai airlifted to Britain for treatment (+video). MalalaYousafzai, a 14-year-old activist shot by the Taliban, has been flown from Pakistan to the United Kingdom for specialized medical care. By Sebastian Abbot, Associated Press / October
23.10.2012 [Metro] - The threats follow the shooting of 15-year-old MalalaYousafzai, who is being treated in Britain after being shot in the head by the Taliban as she travelled from school in north-west Pakistan. Hina, from Islamabad, said: 'I am more worried now because
19.10.2012 [The Guardian] - MalalaYousafzai, the teenage girl flown to Britain for treatment after being shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in Pakistan, has the potential to make "pretty much a full recovery", her doctors have said. She is able to stand with help and is writing
17.10.2012 [The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.] - MalalaYousafzai, the girl at the center of a loud nationwide debate in Pakistan, is silent. At least for now she is recovering from gunshot injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham in Britain. She was attacked on Oct. 9, when masked gunmen
15.10.2012 [New York Times] - The spokesman said in a statement that the girl, MalalaYousafzai, 14, whose shooting has drawn condemnation abroad and at home, will require prolonged care to fully recover physically and psychologically. The spokesman said an air ambulance
22.10.2012 MalalaYousafzai is making a gradual recovery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Britain, where she is under treatment for a brain injury that she sustained after the Taliban shot her in the head for many reasons, all of which are ...
23.10.2012 [Democracy Now] - Doctors for the Pakistani teenage activist MalalaYousafzai say she has been able to stand and write for the first time since being shot and seriously wounded earlier this month. The 15-year-old Yousafzai is undergoing medical treatment in Britain
19.10.2012 [HispanicBusiness.com] - Pakistani girl MalalaYousafzai, who is being treated in Britain after being shot in the head by the Taliban, could make "pretty much a full recovery" after standing up with help for the first time, doctors said Friday. Dave Rosser, the medical
20.10.2012 Taliban bullet grazed Pakistani girl's brain but doctors say she is writing, has memory and has expressed gratitude for support. By Caroline Davies, The Guardian. MalalaYousafzai, the teenage girl flown to Britain for treatment ...