The eight-hour siege of a police academy in Lahore, Pakistan has many people -- including government officials -- talking about Pakistan's apparent inability to control the violence within its borders. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
Pakistan is sealing parts of its border with Afghanistan, trying to prevent Taliban militants from escaping a major US military operation. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the latest from the BBC's Mike Wooldridge in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.
A suicide bomber has attacked the UN World Food Program offices in the Pakistani capital Islamabad, killing five people. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with WFP spokesman Amjad Jamal, who was friends with those who lost their lives.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been meeting tribal leaders in north-west Pakistan on the last day of a testing visit to the country. In today's show Matthew Bell takes a look at Clinton's mission in Pakistan.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Tim Gaynor of Reuters News Agency and co-author of an investigative report that reveals evidence of a connection between Colombia's cocaine trade and groups tied to al Qaeda.
The pressure is on Pakistan to rein in militants on its own soil. This week's WikiLeaks release of the secret US military documents has only intensified that. The World's Alex Gallafent examines the United States's strategic options.