Salman Rushdie emerges from intubation and is able to speak
Author Salman Rushdie has recovered from his serious condition and is able to speak. After the stabbing, he was intubated.
Rushdie, 75, was attacked while giving a speech at a literary event in New York.
His agent, Andreë ëylie, updated the news on the writer's health condition, after earlier saying that Rushdie was in danger of losing one of his eyes.
Rushdie has faced threats to his life for years over his novel The Satanic Verses, which some Muslims have deemed blasphemous.
Hadi Matar, 24, is accused of coming on stage and stabbing Rushdie at least 10 times in the face, neck and abdomen.