`Malala continues to make satisfactory progress`
London: Pakistani teenage rights activist Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in her head by the Taliban for advocating girls` education, continues to make satisfactory progress, the doctors have said.
Malala is currently under treatment at a hospital in Birmingham after being shot on October 09.
"Malala continues to make satisfactory progress at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. The medical team supervising her care described her condition as comfortable and stable," the hospital said in a statement on Thursday.
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