Doctors Impressed by Pakistani Teen's Recovery

14-year-old activist stable after getting shot in the head by Taliban


British doctors overseeing the recovery of a teenage Pakistani activist shot in the head by the Taliban were "impressed" by the girl's condition and said Tuesday that she "could make a good recovery," the hospital announced.

Malala Yousufzai's doctors at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham described her condition as "stable" a day after arriving from a Pakistani military hospital where she had been receiving treatment, according to a hospital statement.

Malala's doctors had been "impressed with her strength and resilience," Medical Director Dave Rosser said.