Pakistan

Conflict & Justice

Family and friends of Warren Weinstein demand change from the US government as they mourn

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"The key question going forward is how is this going to change how the CIA operates?" asks the Wall Street Journal's Adam Entous. The strike was based on what's called a 'pattern of life' intelligence, which indicated that there was a legitimate target present, without knowing specifically who. "Will that continue down the road," asks Entous. "Or will that be curtailed?"

Politics

Who is Mullah Baradar?

Ron Moreau is South East Asia correspondent for Newsweek magazine. He profiled Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar last summer and managed to communicate with him through emails. Katy Clark talks with Moreau, who is in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.

Politics

Pakistan's flooding catastrophe

Rivers are bursting their banks in Pakistan's Sindh province, as the worst monsoon rains in 80 years continue to hit Pakistan. More than 4 million people have been affected, and whole villages have been washed away. We hear from The BBC's Aleem Maqbool.

Politics

Bombings in Pakistan

Three bomb attacks in Pakistan killed at least 36 people today. Two took place near the Afghan border. The third happened near Peshawar. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Shaoib Hasan in Islamabad.

Politics

The terrorist threat to Europe

The US continues to warn that al-Qaida may be planning to attack targets in Europe. Lisa Mullins gets an assessment from the BBC's defense and security correspondent Nick Childs is in London.