epa03434272 A police officer stands guard at the entrance of Emergency Department of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where 14-year-old Malala Yusufza, who was attacked by the Taliban for advocating women's education rights, arrived for treatment on her injuries in Birmingham, central England, 15 October 2012. Reports state that she was travelling from Islamabad with her parents and medical staff, after being shot in the head and neck in a Taliban attack. The British government confirmed that Malala will be cared for at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, which has a specialist trauma unit and is a key centre for treating soldiers injured in conflict. EPA/ANDREW FOX
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