Tensions are boiling in Pakistan over the anti-Islam video that's sparked protests in many Muslim nations. In Pakistan, the government has responded to the protests there by declaring tomorrow a national holiday, called "Day for the Love of the Prophet."
A new study in the journal The Lancet outlines 10 key nutrition interventions that could save almost a million children a year. Host Marco Werman speaks with the lead author, Professor Zulfiqar Bhutta of the Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan.
In a society where women are covered, even small, private acts that express femininity, like girls dancing fully-clothed in the rain, can be seen as sexual. Cell or home videos are being exploited on YouTube as "porn."
A new BBC documentary follows up on the case of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the Taliban. Reporter Nel Hedayat traveled to Pakistan for the BBC to find out what has happened since Malala was shot.
Amnesty International investigated 9 drone strikes in Pakistan over the last 20 months, including some where drones struck a second time, minutes later, and killed those who came in to help the victims. Amnesty says that would be a war crime, if it is intentional.
There is something wrong in Pakistan with daughters. But with Friday prayers at the mosques this week, the tag line "my daughter is a blessing, not a curse," is the official message that Imams across Pakistan have been preaching.
Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter Sheri Fink's new book, "Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital" looks at what happened in a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. But Fink says she's seen the same themes, the same struggles, on her reporting all over the world.
A prominent attorney in Pakistan, Hina Jilani, says Indian street protests have empowered women's rights advocates there, and reminded the Pakistani public to take a more active role, and not leave social action to small groups of activists.