Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Worldview: Chemical weapons in Syria, human rights in Pakistan, and the life of Violeta Parra on film April 25, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "Worldview: Violence in Nigeria, human rights in Pakistan, and the life of Violeta Parra on film" on Storify]Worldview: Violence in Nigeria, human rights in Pakistan, and the life of Violeta Parra on filmKelechi Kalu helps Worldview understand the latest round of violence in Nigeria. Following Jerome's trip to Pakistan, Worldview examines women's rights in the country. Milos Stehlik shares his thoughts on a new film about a Chilean musician.Storified by · Thu, Apr 25 2013 09:33:59Scores killed in Nigeria violencealjazeeraenglishNigeria violence kills at least 185Fighting between Nigeria's military and Islamist extremists killed at least 185 people in a fishing community in the nation's far northea...(Photo) #SecKerry met with #Nigeria’s FM Ashiru @StateDept this morning. http://flic.kr/p/ee2oqtDepartment of StateIn Nigeria, conflict between Islamist extremists and the militaryOn Friday, violence eruptedbetween soldiers and Islamist extremists in the Nigerian community of Baga,reportedly killing over 180 people and destroying almost 2,000 homes. Kelechi Kalu, Ohio State University associate provost for Global Strategies and InternationalAffairs, joins Worldview to discuss what happened and explain how the government plans to deal with thechallenges currently at hand.RT @maxboot: Our failure to follow up in #Libya continues to haunt us--now in #Nigeria. My take: http://bit.ly/ZHqKpqCFRWorldview Update: Venezuela's elections, AP makes another style changeJustin Mitchell fills us in on the latestdevelopments of recent stories. Today, he brings us up to speed on the recent electionsin Venezuela and some new changes to the A.P. Stylebook that reverberate allthe way to Syria.Pakistan Ulema Council in a unanimous decree says use of vote by women in elections is a religious obligation http://radio.gov.pk/newsdetail-43097Radio PakistanWomen outnumber men in #Pakistan's medical schools http://owl.li/keWh8 via @HuffingtonPost cc @unwomenpakistanUN WomenA history of women's rights in PakistanPakistan has a long and complicated history when it comes to women’s rights. In 1988, the country elected Benazir Bhutto as prime minister. She became the first woman elected to head a Muslim country. The country’s constitution bans violent abuse of women, but at times social pressure and honor have proved stronger than the law. We take a look at the history of women’s rights in Pakistan with Zerqa Abid, a Pakistani American and campaign manager for Project Sakinah, which works on issues of domestic violence and gender rights in the Muslim community.Taliban, taboos bar millions of women from Pakistan votePakistani human rights activists in Lahore hold candles during a rally on the eve of International Women's Day. (AFP) Next month's electi...Milos Stehlik on Violeta Went to HeavenVioleta Went to Heaven, the latest film by Andrés Wood, tells the story of the internationally acclaimed Chilean musician Violeta Parra. Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik tells us why it’s a film worth seeing.Violeta Went to Heaven - Official Trailer [HD]moviecliptrailer Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Worldview Environmental quiz and music from The Sultan's Dilemma Next post in Worldview Worldview: Rashid Khalidi on the Mideast and artisan cheese experts View the discussion thread. Featured For the love of television Rob Delaney on Nerdette Botanical brewing with Forbidden Root The feast of the wretched Rabbits: For pets or plates?