24.10.2012 [Anchorage Daily News] - I know the brave MalalaYousafzai who challenged the Taliban when they overran Pakistan's northwestern Swat valley in spring 2009. Earlier this month, two Taliban shot Malala, 15, as she headed home in a school van. She now lies in a Birmingham, U.K.
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
23.10.2012 [Oxford Student] - MalalaYousafzai became an internationally-recognised name when she began writing a blog for BBC Urdu at age 11; the Taliban occupation of her home region, Swat, in 2009 prompted her to publicise her account of living under severe repression.
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 [Hollywood Life] - There is finally some good news in the tragic story of MalalaYousafzai, the 14-year-old activist from Swat valley, Pakistan, who was brutally shot in the head and neck by the Taliban for her outspoken views on the violence and suppression of women.
14.10.2012 [The Atlantic] - As MalalaYousafzai clings to life following a gun attack by the Pakistani Taliban, people around the globe are paying homage to the 14-year-old's bravery in defending her and others' right to an education. One is Abdul Hai Kakar, a former BBC Urdu
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
23.10.2012 [EU News] - The shooting of MalalaYousafzai, a 14 year-old Pakistani girl who dared to advocate education for girls, was strongly condemned by EP President Martin Schulz on Monday. Mr Schulz wished her a swift recovery in the UK and hoped her example would
12.10.2012 [The Atlantic] - On October 11, when the newly minted UN day made its debut, global attention was focused on MalalaYousafzai -- the 14-year-old schoolgirl from Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley who was shot this week by the Pakistani Taliban for defending her right