Islamic militants attacked a Pakistani airbase early today. The base is believed to house nuclear weapons. Anchor Marco Werman gets details and analysis from Blake Hounshell, managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine.
Despite living in a country named "The most dangerous in the world for journalists," Pakistani students at four universities are embracing journalism education. They hope to improve journalism education and provide an alternative to the Mullah Radio stations broadcasting from across the border in Afghanistan.
Osama bin Laden was found and killed last May in a raid that also ensnared several of his wives. Now, one of those wives has agreed to talk to authorities and so new details are beginning to emerge about how bin Laden and his family lives from the time of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan until bin Laden's killing last year.
Two years ago, Hillary Clinton and Pakistani diplomats were heralding the start of "mango diplomacy": getting Pakistani mangoes onto American tables. But as Odette Yousef reports, mango diplomacy is getting tied up in red tape.
U.S. officials in Afghanistan are on the defensive on a number of fronts. They have a U.S. soldier accused of massacring 16 civillians, a controversy over the burning of Korans and now the Taliban has suspended peace talks with the U.S. — an effort that's been years in the making.
About a year ago, the only Christian in the Pakistani government was assassinated — a symbol of the discrimination he fought hard to change. As Christians mark the one-year anniversary of that event, they're trying to move forward.
Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden has been killed by US forces in Pakistan, in a ground operation based on US intelligence, the first lead for which emerged last August. Host Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Haroon Rashid in Islamabad.
Questions about the covert U.S. mission in Abbottabad, Pakistan are leading to new found frustrations in the already rocky relationship between the two countries. We talk with Hassan Abbas, professor at Columbia and former Pakistani government official.
Sohaib Athar, a resident of Abbottabad, Pakistan, live-tweeted the raid on Osama bin Laden compound. His reaction to bin Laden's death was "there goes the neighborhood." The World's Marco Werman explores the various possible meanings of that phrase.
Speculation that Pakistan's intelligence service was in cahoots with al-Qaeda has only intensified after the killing of Osama Bin Laden. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Shoaib Hasan in Islamabad.
The United States was not going to win any popularity contests in Pakistan, even before May 2nd. Then the operation heightened tensions between Washington and Islamabad. Marco Werman talks with The Guardian's correspondent Declan Walsh.
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.