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
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
14.10.2012 MalalaYousafzai is an inspiration, a ray of hope in our darkening world. Savalan. by Savalan 13-Oct-2012. "She is a Western-minded girl. She always speaks against us. We will target anyone who speaks against the Taliban." LIKE & SHARE ...
(Malālah Yūsafzay, born 12 July 1997) is a Pakistani school student and education activist from the town of Mingora in the Swat District of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. She is known for her education and women's rights activism in the Swat Valley, where the Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school. In early 2009, at the age of 11/12, Yousafzai wrote a blog under a pseudonym for the BBC detailing her life under Taliban rule, their attempts to take control of the valley, and her views on promoting education for girls. The following summer, a New York Times documentary was filmed about her life as the Pakistani military intervened in the region, culminating in the Second Battle of Swat. Yousafzai began to rise in prominence, giving interviews in print and on television and taking a position as chairperson of the District Child Assembly Swat. She has since been nominated for the International Children's Peace Prize by Desmond Tutu and has won Pakistan's first National Youth Peace Prize. A number of prominent individuals, including the Canadian Prime Minister, are supporting a petition to nominate Yousafzai for the Nobel Peace Prize.
17.10.2012 Angelina Jolie's Education Partnership for Children of Conflict is donating $50,000 in the name of MalalaYousafzai -- the 14-year-old shot by the Taliban -- to Tina Brown's Women in the World Foundation. our editor ...
13.10.2012 The Islamic scholars from the Sunni Ittehad Council publicy denounced attempts by the Pakistani Taliban to mount religious justifications for the shooting of MalalaYousafzai and two of her classmates as they sat inside a ...
MalalaYousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban after campaigning for women's rights, was named an Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience at a ceremony in... - 09.20.2013, zoominworldnews
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
23.10.2012 [International Business Times] - Hina fears she may suffer the same fate as MalalaYousafzai, the critic of the Taliban who was shot in the head earlier this month and became a global icon. "I can't go to school, I can't go out of the house, I can't even go to the market since these
19.10.2012 [GlobalPost (blog)] - Chatter: MalalaYousafzai is awake and back on her feet. The Taliban's teenage victim is standing again after a bullet to the head, the UN Security Council gets a controversial new member, and Kim Jong Un's nephew is surprisingly not weird.
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
19.10.2012 [Slate Magazine (blog)] - Photo by Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images. Good news for those following the recovery of teenage Pakistani girls' education activist MalalaYousafzai: She is now awake and was able to stand today for the first time since being shot in the head by the Taliban.
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
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
24.10.2012 [BBC Mundo] - El caso de MalalaYousafzai, la joven paquistaní de 14 años que se atrevió a criticar al Talibán en un blog y que hace varias semanas recibió un tiro en la cabeza, conmocionó a su país y dio la vuelta al mundo. Pero además, pone de relieve los peligros
10.10.2012 [BBC Mundo] - MalalaYousafzai sólo tenía 11 años cuando comenzó a escribir para la BBC su blog sobre la vida en el Valle de Swat, dos años después de que el Talibán llegara al poder y ordenase que las escuelas de niñas cerrasen. En el diario, que publicó en el
21.10.2012 [Los Andes (Argentina)] - El talibán arrojó dos veces cartas de advertencia al hogar de MalalaYousafzai, adolescente paquistaní de 14 años que es una de las promotoras más persuasivas de la educación de las niñas. Le ordenaban que detuviera su activismo. o se atuviera a las
11.10.2012 [El Economista] - Los médicos han extraído una bala alojada cerca de la columna de MalalaYousafzai, la niña paquistaní de 14 años de edad quien fuera baleada en su autobús escolar por los talibanes, anunciaron ayer las autoridades. Las posibilidades de sobrevivir de
09.10.2012 Malala 14 Year Old MalalaYousafzai Shot by Taliban in Pakistan. Sadly, this perfectly epitomizes the battle for Pakistan's soul: A 14-year-old girl, who was awarded Pakistan's first National Peace Prize for her online diary ...