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Malala Yousufzai sits in her hospital bed as her father, Ziauddin (second from right), accompanied by her two younger brothers, Atal (right) and Khushal, sit by, in this undated photo issued by Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. The 15-year-old Pakistani girl, who was shot in the head Oct. 9 in Pakistan by the Taliban, is recovering at the Birmingham hospital, where she was flown for treatment and protection from Taliban threats. (Associated Press/Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham)
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Malala Yousufzai sits in her hospital bed as her father, Ziauddin (second from right), accompanied by her two younger brothers, Atal (right) and Khushal, sit by, in this undated photo issued by Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. The 15-year-old Pakistani girl, who was shot in the head Oct. 9 in Pakistan by the Taliban, is recovering at the Birmingham hospital, where she was flown for treatment and protection from Taliban threats. (Associated Press/Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham)

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