General Hamid Gul is described in some of the Wikileaks documents as having a direct hand in attacks on US-led forces in Afghanistan. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with General Gul, who says the allegations are pure fiction.
Almost $459 million in initial relief is coming in to help the estimated 20 million victims of damaging floods in Pakistan. But thousands continue to struggle without food or shelter. The BBC's Chris Morris reports from northwest Pakistan.
Pakistan still struggles to cope with its worst natural disaster in living memory. At least eight million people remain dependent on handouts for their survival, which many say are too slow coming. Madiha Tahir gives us an update from Sukkur, Pakistan.
We rarely get a glimpse into real life in Pakistan. One way to do that is through writing. Nadeem Aslam was born in Pakistan and moved with his family to England. He has since written three novels in English.
Red Baraat is a Brooklyn-based 'dhol and brass' band, specializing in an infectious brand of north Indian funk. The World's Alex Gallafent speaks to the founder of Red Baraat who tells him why the band still plays weddings. From PRI's The World.
Pakistani troops have ended a siege by militants who attacked a naval base in the city of Karachi. The Pakistani Taliban says the raid was to avenge Osama Bin Laden's killing by US special forces on May 2. Madiha Tahir reports from Karachi.
Pakistan has shut off the US supply route into Afghanistan after a US airstrike last week killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. As reporter Fahad Desmukh tells us, truckers who ferry supplies for the US military are actually applauding the move.