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Photos: Supporters rally behind Malala

Updated 7:30 AM ET, Fri October 10, 2014
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Pakistani Christians attend a prayer service for the recovery of teen activist Malala Yousufzai in Lahore on Sunday, November 11, 2012. Pakistan celebrated Malala Day on Saturday as part of a global day of support for the teenager shot by the Taliban. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani Christians attend a prayer service in Lahore on Sunday. Malala, 15, went from an intensive care unit in Pakistan, showing no signs of consciousness, to walking, writing, reading and smiling in a hospital in the UK. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani supporters hold photographs of Malala as they stand alongside burning candles during a ceremony to mark Malala Day in Karachi on Saturday, November 10, 2012. The teen activist was shot in the head by the Taliban as she rode home from school in a van last month. She had defied the militant group by insisting on the right of girls to go to school. The attack has stirred outrage in Pakistan and around the world. RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images/File
Pakistani students shout slogans near photographs of Malala in Karachi on Saturday. RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani girl carries a photograph of Malala in Karachi to mark Malala Day. RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani students attend a Malala Day ceremony in Lahore on Saturday. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani student in Lahore writes a message on a placard on Saturday. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
Indian teachers add finishing touches to a "Malala Rangoli" at a high school in Ahmedabad on Saturday. SAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images)
Malala sits up in her hospital bed with her father, Ziauddin, and her two younger brothers, Atal Khan, right, and Khushal Khan on Friday, October 26, 2012, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in Birmingham, England. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham/Getty Images
Pakistani human rights activists light candles during a Sunday, October 21, 2012, vigil for Malala Yousufzai in Lahore. AFP/Getty Images
Students at the Sacred Heart Cathedral School in Lahore attend special prayers on Friday, October 19, 2012, for Malala's recovery. Reuters/Landov
Campaigners gather Friday for a vigil for Malala in Birmingham, England. PA photos/Landov
An activist with the Association for the Advancement of Feminism lights candles during a vigil in Hong Kong on Friday. AFP/Getty Images
Activists light candles during Friday's vigil in Hong Kong. AFP/Getty Images
Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik puts final touches on a sand sculpture in honor of Malala at Puri Beach, India, on Tuesday, October 16. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani demonstrators chant slogans during a protest against the assassination attempt by the Taliban on Tuesday in Islamabad, Pakistan. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani activists of the Islamic Sunni Tehreek party carry flags at a rally in Islamabad on Sunday, October 14, 2012. AFP/Getty Images
Veiled Pakistani women participate in Sunday's rally. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters of a Pakistani political party, Muttahida Quami Movement, gather during a protest procession for Malala in Karachi, Pakistan. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani leaders of the movement sit in front of a poster of Malala at a procession in Karachi. AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani youth places an oil lamp next to a photograph of teen activist Malala Yousufzai on Friday, October 12, 2012, in Karachi, Pakistan. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani school girls pray for the recovery of teen activist Malala Yousufzai at their school in Peshawar. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani hospital workers carry Malala on a stretcher at a hospital following the attack on Tuesday, October 9, 2012. Malala was shot in the head while riding home in a school van in the Taliban-heavy Swat Valley, officials said. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters hold portraits of Malala as they pray for her well-being in Karachi, Pakistan in 2012. Malala gained fame for blogging about how girls should have rights in Pakistan, including the right to learn. EPA/Landov
A Pakistani Muslim prays for Malala during Friday prayers in Karachi. Malala, whose writing earned her Pakistan's first National Peace Prize, also encouraged young people to take a stand against the Taliban -- and to not hide in their bedrooms. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters place candles to pay tribute to Malala in Islamabad on Wednesday. AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani female activist holds a photograph of Malala and prays for her recovery in Islamabad on Saturday. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani students pray for Malala at a school in Mingora on Thursday. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani Muslims bow their heads and pray for Malala during Friday prayers in Karachi. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani school girls pray for the Malala's recovery. Over the weekend, the teen moved her limbs after doctors "reduced sedation to make a clinical assessment," military spokesman Maj. Gen. Asim Bajwa said. AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani female covers her face during prayers in Karachi. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani civil society activists carry banners in Islamabad on Wednesday as they shout ant-Taliban slogans during a protest against the assassination attempt. AFP/Getty Images
Children of Pakistani journalists and civil society activists light candles in Islamabad. EPA/Landov
Pakistani Christians attend a mass prayer for the recovery of Malala at Fatima Church in Islamabad. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani Christians attend a mass praying for the recovery of Malala at a church in Lahore. AFP/Getty Images