In the last installment in a series of reports from Pakistan, Margaret Warner talks with Pakistanis about their views on the United States and the two countries' political ties.
Pakistani lawyers boycotted court Thursday, demanding that President Pervez Musharraf step down. Musharraf has seen his popularity decline since he tried to dismiss the Supreme Court chief in March. Margaret Warner reports from Pakistan on the political tensions.
Journalists, artists and judicial activists have found voices in new freedoms in Pakistani culture, but clashes also have arisen. Margaret Warner reports from Pakistan on cultural tensions between the traditional and more modern ideologies.
Two suicide bombers killed at least 25 people in Pakistan Tuesday. Margaret Warner reports from Islamabad on the suspected extremist element in the country in the midst of its political uncertainty.
Pakistani officials said government power-sharing talks would resume between President Pervez Musharraf and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto once opponents within the ruling party got on board. Margaret Warner reports from Pakistan on the political turmoil.
As Margaret Warner and producer Simon Marks sat in a traffic jam on their way from Lahore to Islamabad, they discuss the challenges rural Pakistanis face, from unreliable roadways to "ghost teachers."…
The government of Pakistan said Thursday that President Pervez Musharraf has not decided to step down as army chief, contradicting former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Margaret Warner reports from Pakistan on the developments.
As Margaret Warner and producer Simon Marks continued their reporting in Pakistan, in the eastern city of Lahore, they encountered residents none too pleased with the power-sharing agreement unfolding between President Pervez Musharraf and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
In their third report, Margaret Warner and producer Simon Marks witness extreme wealth and poverty -- and a technological boom -- in Pakistan's business capital, Karachi.
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