Pakistani Girl Shot: Malala Yousufzai Travels to England

The 14-year-old activist who was shot in the head will get treatment in the U.K.
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can watch at four military bases. New hope for the brave young girl shot in the head for speaking out against the taliban. The 14-year-old has been sent to england for further treatment. Lama hasan has the latest from england. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, josh. The girl who was fighting with her words to take her country back from the fwanl is now here in britain to receive emergency, life-saving medical care. With a full medical team by her side this morning, malala yousafzai was medevaced to england to get the care she desperately needs. Over the week end, her doctors said she's showing science of improvement, moving her ands and legs. She's still in critical condition. The brave 14-year-old was directly targeted by the taliban last week who stormed her bus and shot her in the head as she came home from school. Her crime? Fighting for the rights of all girls to an education. This is what she told "the new york times." I want to get my education. And I want to become a doctor. Reporter: Since the take on ma louisiana, the outrage has exploded. With massive show of support and an outpouring of grief with vigils all over pakistan. A nation united in helping this young activist who wanted to change the lives of other young girls. She reportedly had offers to go in the u.S., Including one from a former congresswoman gabby giffords's doctors.

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