The World Bank has warned that a scarcity of clean water poses a serious threat to Pakistan's stability. In the second of her two part series, The World's Laura Lynch reports from the Indus River Delta in southern Pakistan.
Feudal traditions in Pakistan may be an obstacle to democracy there. The World's Laura Lynch reports on how wealthy Pakistani landowners with strong political connections still wield a great deal of power over the rural people.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Mark Dummett in Islamabad about fighting in Pakistan's Buner district. The Pakistani army says it has re-taken control of the district's main town from Taliban militants in the area.
The Pakistani army continues its assault today on Taliban militants in the Swat Valley. Pakistan's prime minister vowed today to "eliminate the terrorists." But as The World's Katy Clark reports, many in Pakistan see the Taliban in a different light.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Julian Barnes, Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, about talks between the Washington and Islamabad over control of U.S. military drones carrying out attacks in Pakistan.