BBC & PRI’s The World | Jul.15.2011 CIA initiated drone strikes into Pakistan have killed some high-value militants, but controversy swirls over their legality.
BBC & PRI’s The World | May 23.2011 The deadly attack on the base was reportedly carried out by just six Taliban fighters sparking questions about the country’s stability.
BBC & PRI’s The World | May 04.2011 The army claims not to have known that most wanted terrorist was living a half mile from Pakistan’s main military academy.
BBC & PRI’s The World | May 02.2011 Many Pakistanis today were reluctant to believe that Bin Laden had been killed. That isn’t because they support him.
America Abroad | Mar 11.2011 There is growing fear that Muslim charities are providing support to Islamic extremists along with succor for the poor.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Feb 15.2011 The US says Raymond Davis should be released on diplomatic immunity grounds, but Pakistan says he is a murder suspect.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Jan 10.2011 Over 50,000 demonstrators rallied in Pakistan’s teeming port city of Karachi to support the blasphemy law.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Jan 05.2011 Pakistan’s two largest secular parties at loggerheads at a moment when the role of religion in politics is being hotly debated.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Oct 05.2010 Ahmadis, a minority group in Pakistan that has been violently attacked for saying they are Muslim. Many consider them heretics.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Sep 06.2010 Pakistan still struggles to cope with its worst natural disaster in living memory. At least eight million people remain dependent on handouts.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Aug 19.2010 In the wake of devastating floods that have left millions displaced, Pakistanis organize grassroots aid efforts.
BBC & PRI’s The World | Aug 18.2010 Pakistan sent famous Sufi musicians to the US to portray a softer side to an audience that often sees Pakistan as a haven for terrorists.