Malala Yousufzai will soon be at a hospital to getting the specialized treatment she needs after being shot in the head at point-blank range by the Taliban.
A plane with the schoolgirl and her immediate family has just landed in the UK and they are now making their way by ambulance to a British facility specializing in care for children with severe injuries.
The focus is now on Malala getting that very specific care she needs.
Malala is expected to be in hospital "weeks if not months," according David Rosser, executive medical director of Birmingham University Hospitals, where the teen will get care.
We first learned about the young activist's story, which has captured the attention of people the world over, after she was targeted because of her efforts to defend the right of girls to go to school where she lives, the Taliban-heavy Swat Valley.
We'll make sure to let you know any updates on her condition. For now, you can read a bit about why Yousufzai's story has struck such a chord with us and our readers.FULL STORY