Malaria

Crisis-ridden Venezuela faces a malaria challenge

Experts calculate that malaria cases could triple this year as the country suffers from a shortage of medication.

Malaria infections spreading in crisis-ridden Venezuela

Pakistan

Will Pakistan amend its blasphemy laws?

Legal experts discuss court ruling recommending a review of the controversial decree to prevent false accusations.

Pakistan court seeks to amend blasphemy law

India-Pakistan Partition

'It was like a slaughterhouse' - Remembering partition

Seventy years after the partition of India and Pakistan, survivors from both sides recount stories of horror.

Remembering partition: 'It was like a slaughterhouse'

India-Pakistan Partition

Haunted by unification: A Bangladeshi view of partition

In Bangladesh, 1947 is a distant memory, erased by the bloody 1971 liberation war against Pakistan.

Haunted by unification: A Bangladeshi view of partition

India-Pakistan Partition

The partition goes on: A Pakistani perspective

Pakistani novelist Mohammed Hanif examines the legacy of partition and the ways in which it continues in slow motion.

The partition goes on: A Pakistani perspective

Iran

Is the time right for Saudi-Iran rapprochement?

A proposal for Iraq-led mediation could benefit both sides politically and economically, analysts say.

Is the time right for Saudi-Iran rapprochement?