Afghanistan's uncertain future presents a challenge to the next U.S. president; we'll hear some views on what the United States should do in Afghanistan once a new American president is sworn in next year.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Thomas Schweich, a former US anti-narcotics official, who says a mixture of Western obstruction and Afghan corruption has allowed the Taliban to secure support and funding from Afghanistan's growing poppy trade.
The World's Katy Clark reports on the future of US-Pakistan relations, and the battle against extremists based in Pakistan's lawless tribal areas, as Pakistan's new Prime Minister was in Washington today for a meeting with President Bush
Listen to the title song of the upcoming Indian movie, "Singh is Kinng," and you'll hear a distinctly American sound ï¿½ rap; that's because American rapper Snoop Dogg has taken his talent into the world of Bollywood musicals.
Pakistani intelligence agents have long been suspected of helping extremist groups, but US officials allege that things are worse than ever now, and Washington's options are limited, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
An increase in attacks by insurgents in Afghanistan has destabilized the efforts of aid workers, as Lisa Mullins speaks to Anja De Beer, Director of the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR).