FILE- This photo made available by Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, England, shows Malala Yousufzai saying goodbye as she is discharged from the hospital to continue her rehabilitation while awaiting further surgery, in this file photo dated Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, after being shot in the head by the Taliban in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. It is announced Wednesday Jan. 30, 2013, that Malala Yousufzai will undergo further surgery over the next few days, using a titanium plate to reconstruct part of her shattered skull. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan, and was evacuated to Birmingham for ongoing medical treatment. (AP Photo/Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, FIle)

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FILE- This photo made available by Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, England, shows Malala Yousufzai saying goodbye as she is discharged from the hospital to continue her rehabilitation while awaiting further surgery, in this file photo dated Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, after being shot in the head by the Taliban in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. It is announced Wednesday Jan. 30, 2013, that Malala Yousufzai will undergo further surgery over the next few days, using a titanium plate to reconstruct part of her shattered skull. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan, and was evacuated to Birmingham for ongoing medical treatment. (AP Photo/Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, FIle)
FILE- This photo made available by Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, England, shows Malala Yousufzai saying goodbye as she is discharged from the hospital to continue her rehabilitation while awaiting further surgery, in this file photo dated Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, after being shot in the head by the Taliban in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. It is announced Wednesday Jan. 30, 2013, that Malala Yousufzai will undergo further surgery over the next few days, using a titanium plate to reconstruct part of her shattered skull. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan, and was evacuated to Birmingham for ongoing medical treatment. (AP Photo/Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, FIle)
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