Today's Woman discusses a recent Muslim women's conference and women's dress code in Iran.
News & Views: The United States reiterated Monday that it will seek a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear issue after the New Yorker magazine reported that the Bush administration had shifted emphasis in possible war with Iran. "The president has said that he believes there is a diplomatic solution that we can use to solve the Iranian problem. And that's why we're working with our allies to get there," White House press secretary Dana Perino said. Journalist Khalid Hasan, who covers Washington for the Daily Times and the Friday Times joins us live to discuss Musharaff's announced succession plans. Hundreds of Iranian factory workers have protested for a third day in the western city of Shush demanding that they receive unpaid wages. The workers at the Neyshekar Haftapeh factory, which produces sugar, say they haven't been paid for more than two months. They are also calling for better working conditions. We interview one of the factory workers.
Roundtable hosts Shokoh Mirzadegi, President of National Heritage Foundation, to discuss the effort to preserve and protect the burial grounds of Cyrus the Great.
Late Edition reports the latest on the crisis in Burma.
NewsTalk hosts Nasser Mohammadi and Dr. Said Payvandi to discuss education in Iran.