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Persian Primetime lineup 11/16


Today's Woman interviews Gulrokh Jahangiri, a human rights activist visiting from Germany.

News & Views: Our top story in today’s News & Views will be world reaction to the release of the IAEA’s report on Iran’s nuclear program. State Department correspondent Bijan Farhoodi will juxtapose a statement by US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad that based on the U.S.'s review of the report released Thursday to the IAEA's 35-member board, Iran has not fully cooperated and that additional sanctions under chapter 7 of the UN's charter are warranted, with statements by top Iranian negotiator Saeed Jalili that the IAEA report shows that new sanctions against Tehran are not justified and would be an illegal action. Jacqueline Shire, a Senior Analyst at the Institute for Science and International Security will join us from New York for analysis. Former Republican Senator Rick Santorum will join us live on set. Sen. Santorum has written recently about peaceful regime change in Iran. An interview with Stuart Levey, Treasury Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, on the impact of sanctions against Iranian banks. An interview with ret. General Wesley Clark on U.S. policy towards Iran and region, campaign '08.

Roundtable hosts Dr. Reza Moridi, the first Iranian Canadian elected to Ontario’s parliament from the town of Richmond Hill. Dr. Moridi is physicist by training.

Late Edition reports on congressional Democratic demands on Iraq war funding.

NewsTalk features a weekly roundup of news events in U.S.-Iran relations including the new IAEA report and the upcoming Middle East peace conference in Annapolis with congressional correspondent Siamak Deghanpour, contributors Shayan Samaii and Babak Yektafar.

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