A British student shot in the head while in Pakistan with his family is receiving specialist treatment in Birmingham.
Ummad Farooq was gunned down during a visit to the country's capital Karachi on October 19th.
He was with five members of his family when they were shot at close range by two men on a bike.
It's believed they were targetted because they are members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
After the attack a bullet was lodged in Mr Farooq's skull. He travelled to Birmingham and was treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to get the bullet removed.
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