Shot Pakistani Girl Malala Yousufzai Is Speaking

The 15-year-old who was nearly killed by the Taliban shows no signs of brain damage.
3:00 | 10/26/12

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We have big news about the young pakistani girl who inspired people around the world. 15-year-old malala yusefzai was shot in the head because she wanted to go to school. Nick schifrin is outside the british hospital where malala is being treated. Good morning, nick. Reporter: Good morning. Malala's family is seeing her for the first time. Describing her progress as nothing short of miraculous. The 15-year-old is speaking. And doctors say she has no brain damage. But the family now admits how close she came to death. They had to create funeral plans for her when she was still in pakistan. The father is here. She just gave a press conference. There wasn't a single dry eye in that room after he got finished. He said this, and I quote, my daughter is my companion. I love her. There were tears in her eyes when we first saw her. But they were tears of happiness. And just to show you how much progress and perseverance that this girl has, she asked her father to bring over one thing for her from pakistan, her school textbooks.

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