Tensions are on the rise between the U.S. and Pakistan because of a man named Raymond Davis. Davis is an American who has admitted to killing two Pakistani men in Lahore. The Pakistani police say it was cold-blooded murder, while Davis pleads it was in self-defense. Davis says two men on a motorcycle tried to car jack him at gunpoint, in which he responded by killing the two men with his own gun. A third person was killed when they were run over by an American consulate vehicle, as they came to Davis's rescue.
Pakistan is under tremendous pressure to put Davis on trial for murder, but the U.S. embassy claims he is a diplomat, and has immunity.
To help us unravel this mystery is Aleem Maqbool, from the BBC.