Doctors say the next three or four days will be critical in saving the life of a 14-year-old child rights activist targeted by the Pakistani Taliban.
The Taliban shot the girl on her school bus to avenge her campaigns for the right to an education in the Swat region.
Many in Pakistan reacted with shock and revulsion to the shooting of 14-year-old Malala, who was flown to intensive care in the northwestern city of Peshawar where doctors are struggling to save her life.
Police said two other girls were also wounded in the attack on Malala’s school bus, which the Taliban claimed, saying anyone who spoke out against them would suffer a similar fate.
(Copywright 9 News Australia)