News & Views reports on Nicholas Burns, US Undersecretary of State and Israeli Foreign Minister Director-General Aharon Abramovitz signed the unprecedented $30-billion military aid deal at a ceremony in Jerusalem. The State Depts. reacts to the Revolutionary Guard blacklisting. They have neither confirmed or denied the “global terrorist” designation for the Iranian group. Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denounced U.S. missile defense plans as a threat to Asia and said a security group led by Russia and China should counter ``outside interference'' in the region. Senators Levin and Warner travel on a fact finding trip to Iraq, on the lead up to September’s Iraq progress report. Iranian citizens wishing to voice their "problems, complaints and proposals" to the president will be able to do so by dialing 111. The service will be run by aides in the presidential office.
Roundtable hosts Washington Institute for Near East Policy's Patrick Clawson and KRSI radio's Nader Sadighi to discuss State's proposed move to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guards a terrorist unit.
Late Edition reports on the economy of the Gaza strip.
NewsTalk discusses the latest on Iran's regional foreign policy with energy expert Rob Sophani and journalist Elahe Bograt.