We begin with breaking news about the young girl from pakistan, nearly killed by the taliban because she spoke out for women's right. Doctors in england, where malala yousafzai, is being treated, is... See More
We begin with breaking news about the young girl from pakistan, nearly killed by the taliban because she spoke out for women's right. Doctors in england, where malala yousafzai, is being treated, is giving her details on her condition, after a security scare that led to intense moments overnight. Nick schifrin is there with the latest. Good morning to you, nick. Reporter: Good morning, josh. This was a security scare that turned into a false alarm. Two people tried to get into the hospital last night to see malala. Police turned them away. But somehow the hospital communicated to reporters this morning that those people had been arrested. It goes to show how much tension there is over this girl's security, since the taliban are promising to try to kill her, no matter where she is. And it just goes to show how this fearless 14-year-old has really touched the taliban's nerve. The hospital, though, is very pleased with her progress. She could make a full recovery. And a lot of people will be heartened by that news. This girl has become a symbol of resistance against the taliban. And an elegant advocate for girls' education. Her supporters are saying she will get better. She will go home. And, josh, she will go back to school. That's good news, indeed. Nick schifrin, in london, thank you.
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