Mitchell Reports | October 11, 2012
>>> pakistan, 14-year-old malala yousufzai has now been transferred to a military hospital where she remains in critical condition . these are the latest pictures released by the pakistani army and advocate for education and girl's rights. shot tuesday by the taliban, they said for refusing to remain silent on girls and women's rights. across pakistan, her story has become a rallying point with protesters. now taking to streets. also on social media , expressing outrage about her shooting. and nbc is in kabul, afghanistan, and has been bringing malala's story home to us and around the world through the broadcasts and all of the networks. what is her medical condition and what is her prognosis?
>> reporter: andrea, we're seeing malala today for the first time since that attack, just three days ago in the video provided by the pakistan army . just three days after that attack, there are already encouraging signs. signs of improvement, doctors say. you mentioned today she is stable enough to be airlifted interest the hospital showered to the sister city . doctors decided do that because the other facility has a specialized pediatric care unit. anyone who has seen her speak can be impressed by her bavry and pla tur maturity. the critical care unit with a pediatric focus will be better for her. she's not out of the woods. she's unconscious, purposefully keeping her that way. she's on full ventilator support to continue breathing. however, they say they are comfortable enough to say that her chances of survival, they can say, are now 70%. so encouraging signs just three days after that brutal attack on this young girl .
>> the latest on malala's condition, thank you very much? the last time a republican vice