Latest on Malala Yousufzai

To follow up on earlier posts, NBC reported Tuesday morning that as a precautionary measure British authorities are increasing security for Malala Yousufzai, the 14-years-old advocate for girls' education shot in the head and neck last week in a Taliban assassination attempt near her school in Pakistan and now being treated in England. Otherwise the news on her condition continues to be cautiously encouraging.

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Malala is in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, where doctors have extensive experience in treating soldiers wounded in Afghanistan. The hospital is part of Britain's National Health Service.

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