In Islamabad, a self-sustaining organization called Lettucebee Kids is working to help children who have very adult responsibilities.
A new law makes acid attacks a crime, but justice remains elusive for victims like Sidra Yasmeen. She recently won a court case against her attackers.
Education reformers come to the former Taliban-occupied Swat Valley.
Days after the Delhi gang-rape victim died, a 9-year-old in Pakistan was beaten and raped by three men. In Pakistan, however, no one is talking about it.
Education is the answer, says Mukhtar Mai, a Pakistani woman who was gang-raped on orders from a village council in 2002. Mai has since empowered thousands of girls through schools she has founded.
A reporter crosses the treacherous Pakistan-Afghanistan border by truck.
A diarist, an icon, a victim – and above all – still a child.
Reporter William Wheeler talks about water stress from the high Himalayas to Haiti.
The jihadi campaign in Kashmir appears to be on its last legs, but it has left behind the troubling legacy of a rising Salafism that is in conflict with the region's centuries-old Sufi tradition.
Analysts from Pakistan and India weigh in on the tense relationship between the two burgeoning nuclear powers.
Islamabad is making friends - just not with America.
While the U.S. and much of the rest of the world are focused on thwarting Iran's threat to build a nuclear weapon, the real danger may the full-throttle arms nuclear race between Pakistan and India.