Richard Holbrooke was the Obama administration's pointman for the civilian side of the Afghanistan war. He died suddenly in December 2010, leaving some successes that are sometimes overlooked, and they have to do with Pakistan.
The ordeal for 19 Americans charged in Egypt with working for illegally-funded NGOs is over. But the political fallout from the case created lingers both in Egypt and abroad. The World's Matthew Bell reports from Cairo.
Ten years into the war in Afghanistan, American publishers continue to put out new books about the conflict and the country. But will those books dry up as the United States proceeds to withdraw its forces from the country?