Pakistan

Conflict & Justice

Family and friends of Warren Weinstein demand change from the US government as they mourn

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"The key question going forward is how is this going to change how the CIA operates?" asks the Wall Street Journal's Adam Entous. The strike was based on what's called a 'pattern of life' intelligence, which indicated that there was a legitimate target present, without knowing specifically who. "Will that continue down the road," asks Entous. "Or will that be curtailed?"

Politics

Pakistan and the election

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Pakistani journalist Saeed Minhas, about his experience covering the U.S. election. Like many Pakistanis, Minhas is wondering what a new president in the White House will mean for his country.

Politics

Pakistan says no firm evidence on Mumbai

The United States and Britain support India's assertions that the gunmen responsible for the recent attacks in Mumbia, India are part of a militant group based in Pakistan. But Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari maintains there's no solid evidence.

Conflict & Justice

Fighting in Pakistan

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Mark Dummett in Islamabad about fighting in Pakistan's Buner district. The Pakistani army says it has re-taken control of the district's main town from Taliban militants in the area.

Lifestyle & Belief

Attack in Pakistan

The government of Pakistan is blaming Islamic militants for an attack in the city of Lahore today that killed or wounded hundreds. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the details from the BBC's Barbara Plett.

Politics

Another bomb attack in Pakistan

At least 12 people have died in Peshawar, Pakistan after a suicide bomber attacked a police investigation bureau close to a Pakistani army garrison.The World's Katy Clark looks at the strategy of the insurgents.

Politics

US-Pakistani cooperation

The World's Matthew Bell reports that the reported capture of Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Baradar could signal increased cooperation between the United States and Pakistan.