Pakistani Girl, a Global Heroine After an Attack, Has Critics at Home
By SALMAN MASOOD and DECLAN WALSH, NYTimes
There were mixed feelings in Pakistan as speculation grew that the teenager, who was shot by the Taliban for championing education for girls, might win a Nobel.
By MIKI TANIKAWA, International Herald Tribune
Universities in Japan are pushing to increase female enrollment in science and technology, despite a culture that pushes most women toward the humanities.