In the first of a series of conversations based on their reporting from Pakistan, senior correspondent Margaret Warner and producer Simon Marks discuss their interviews with deposed premier Nawaz Sharif and information minister Tariq Azim Khan as well as their…
Celebratory events continued this week in honor of the 60th year of independence for India and Pakistan. Independent Television News reports on the occasion.
By PBS NewsHour
Ceremonies this week marked the 60th anniversary of India and Pakistan's independence from British colonial rule, including an exchange of gifts between border guards, fireworks and speeches.
Tribal leaders and the Pakistani government are trying to restore a truce after militants killed at least 73 people in the North Waziristan region over the weekend. A former intelligence official and a scholar explain the situation.
After days of battle, Pakistani forces stormed the Red Mosque in Islamabad Tuesday, killing at least 60 people, including hard-line cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi. A reporter in the region provides an update.
At least 19 people have been killed since Tuesday at a mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan, where clerics and their followers have clashed with security forces. A journalist and a political scientist discuss the developments.
Pakistan has stepped up security after a deadly grenade attack on a Protestant International Church near the U.S. embassy in Islamabad killed five people and injured 45.
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