With very little information available regarding the deteriorating health of South Africa's former-President Nelson Mandela, foreign media is waiting outside the hospital for him to either die or dramatically improve. Their vigil is angering some South Africans, including parts of the Mandela family.
In Islamabad, a Christian girl accused of desecrating a holy book was recognized by authorities to be a minor, and suffering from some mental impairment.
Marco Werman talks with New York Times reporter Declan Walsh about the case of Dr. Shakil Afridi, who has been detained by Pakistani intelligence since last year for allegedly working for the CIA.
Marco Werman talks to Declan Walsh, New York Times Pakistan correspondent, about the news that Pakistan plans to deport Osama Bin Laden's three wives and two adult daughters to their home countries, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Matthew Barrett says he was in the wrong place at the wrong time, but some say he is a spy.
The United States was not going to win any popularity contests in Pakistan, even before May 2nd. Then the operation heightened tensions between Washington and Islamabad. Marco Werman talks with The Guardian's correspondent Declan Walsh.
Sohaib Athar, a resident of Abbottabad, Pakistan, live-tweeted the raid on Osama bin Laden compound. His reaction to bin Laden's death was "there goes the neighborhood." The World's Marco Werman explores the various possible meanings of that phrase.