Pakistani girl shot by Taliban remains target Positive Update #6
14 years old. Incredibly brave. And other girls will keep up what she has done if she doesn't pull through. All kinds of prayers that she does.
The Taliban will keep trying to kill the 14-year-old schoolgirl activist they shot in Pakistanís Swat Valley, the girlís cousin has told the CBCís As It Happens radio program. Malala Yousafzai was critically wounded by a gunman who stopped the van that was taking her home from school on Tuesday. The Taliban said she was targeted for promoting the education of girls and for opposing the militants.
Young Pakistan activist now able to stand with help: Doctors
LONDON -- Doctors treating 15-year-old Pakistani shooting victim Malala Yousufzai said Friday that she is able to stand with help and to write, though she still shows signs of infection. Malala is "well enough that she's agreed that she's happy, in fact keen, for us to share more clinical detail," said Dr. Dave Rosser, medical director at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham,
"She is also keen that I thank people for their support and their interest because she is obviously aware of the amount of interest and support this has generated around the world."