15.10.2012 [People Magazine] - MalalaYousafzai, the 15-year-old Pakistani girl shot in the head by Taliban gunmen last Tuesday, has flown from a military hospital in Rawalpindi to the U.K. for medical treatment, say reports. The teen remains in serious condition after the attack
24.10.2012 [PakTribune.com] - BIRMINGHAM: The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has released its daily health update regarding MalalaYousafzai. According to the update, Malala remains in stable condition and continues to make good progress. According to Media Reports. Malala is under
23.10.2012 [Sky News] - MalalaYousafzai, 15, is being treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham after being attacked by a gunman in Pakistan, and has since received thousands of goodwill messages. The hospital said she continues to make steady progress and is in
22.10.2012 [Birmingham Mail] - MalalaYousafzai was admitted to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham after being injured in Pakistan, and has since received thousands of good will messages. A statement from the hospital said: "Malala continues to make steady progress and is in
22.10.2012 [BBC News] - A schoolgirl who was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman is making "steady progress" after a week at a Birmingham hospital, say medics. MalalaYousafzai, 15, who is widely known as a campaigner for girls' education in Pakistan, is being treated at
22.10.2012 [Hollywood Life] - Doctors say Pakistani activist MalalaYousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban on Oct. 9 for her outspoken views on education, is in stable condition at a U.K. hospital — but will need to rest for a long period of time before undergoing any further
24.10.2012 [FrontPage Magazine] - That sympathy card is best reserved for the true victim in this gruesome saga, MalalaYousafzai, who currently lies recuperating from her gunshot wounds in a British hospital. Hers is an all-too tragic and true story, one even the barbaric Taliban can
19.10.2012 [Atlanta Black Star] - There was great news coming out of a hospital in the UK as 14-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl MalalaYousafzai stood up for the first time after being shot in the head last week by the Taliban. Though she can't talk because she has a tracheotomy tube in
21.10.2012 [Sunday Mercury] - MalalaYousafzai, 15, was flown to the city's Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday after she was attacked by a gunman on board a bus as she made her way home from her lessons in Mingora in the Swat Valley. The moving vigil, which was held in the city's
18.10.2012 [BBC Mundo] - MalalaYousafzai, la niña a quien combatientes del Talibán en Pakistán le dispararon en la cabeza, sigue recibiendo permanente atención de enfermería, las 24 horas del día, por parte del personal del hospital Queen Elizabeth de Birmingham, Reino Unido
19.10.2012 [El Mercurio Digital] - Con esas palabras, Irina Bokova elogió el coraje de MalalaYousafzai, una niña paquistaní de 14 años que recibió un disparo en la cabeza el pasado 9 de octubre delante de su escuela. La joven activista está siendo tratada en un hospital de Londres.
27.10.2012 MalalaYousafzai, 15, was reuinted with her family on Oct. 25 in the U.K. hospital where she is currently receiving treatment. The Taliban shooting victim was flown to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham on Oct. 15 from ...
26.10.2012 London, Oct 26 (TruthDive): The entire family of the Pakistani school girl MalalaYousafzai paid a visit to the UK hospital to see their girl child, who is receiving treatment in UK hospital after being shot in her head by Taliban, ...
MalalaYousafzai is a schoolgirl who was shot in the head by the Taliban on October 9, 2012, for campaigning about education and women’s rights in the Swat District of Pakistan. A gunman targeted the 15-year-old as she travelled home on the school bus and she was flown to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Malala has featured in a New York Times documentary, won Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize and has been nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize.
13.10.2012 People in Pakistan observed a day of prayer on Friday for the recovery of a 14-year-old girl shot in the head by Taliban gunmen. MalalaYousafzai was transferred to a military hospital in Rawalpindi.
26.10.2012 The peace activist, who shot by Taliban militants, is receiving medical treatment at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham in central England, which has a trauma center specializing in treating severe gunshot wounds, major ...