On hands and knees, he painstakingly sweeps every inch of the street with an old shoe brush. But he and his young son Asad aren't collecting trash. They're looking for gold dust that blows out of the jewellery shops around them.
Nawaz Sharif, the man most likely to become Pakistan's next prime minister has set two priorities: Boosting his country's economy, and peace for Pakistan. Journalist Beenish Ahmed tells host Marco Werman that Sharif has some worrisome comments for the US.
Hundreds of French police surrounded the home of a 24-year-old man in France suspected of being behind the shooting at a Jewish school on Monday, as well as the killing of three French soldiers last week. They spent hours in an stand-off with him Wednesday morning
Turkey has a long history as a secular state, for mostly Islamic people. Perhaps, then, it should come as no surprise that a TV program is promoting Creationism. But what may be surprising is the women, or at least how they're dressed, spreading that message.
It’s hard enough getting aid to survivors in an earthquake, but in a conflict zone, it becomes even harder. That has been the case in Pakistan, where according to a spokesman for Balochistan regional government, attacks by separatists have hampered rescue efforts.
Along India's remote northern border, a writer finds that country borders — and even nationality — make little difference to people day by day. Yet the India-Pakistan partition is still very much a powerful memory.
The White House has pledged the CIA will stop using vaccination programs as a cover from spying. Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow Laurie Garrett's says the pledge is long overdue and that distrust of health workers is already widespread in many countries.