Today's Women discusses home health care for senior citizens.
News & Views: Washington Report will cover last night’s announcement that the Middle East Peace talks in Annapolis are on for next week. We will have the announcement from Assistant Sec for Mid East Affairs David Welch, as well as statements from the White House. We interview live on camera State Dept spokesman David Foley who will give us the conference details: attendees, schedules, working sessions, and who has accepted the invitations so far. Bijan Farhoodi has been covering the IAEA meetings in Vienna and has sent a background package on the meeting, as well as the latest from the discussions. Included in the report are interviews with two Iranian experts and one Arab journalist covering the meetings. We will interview Thomas Jordan, a USC earthquake specialist who recently returned from a scientific exchange trip to Iran. A live UN report from New York on the UN General Assembly committee passing a Canadian-sponsored draft resolution Tuesday expressing "deep concern" at human rights violations in Iran.
Roundtable discusses recent student activism and arrests in Iran with Ali Tabarzadi, son of imprisoned H. Tabarzadi who was set to Evin Prison following an interview with VOA Roundtable and Hamid Alizadeh, a former student leader and now a human rights activist.
Late Edition reports on the world's largest oil and gas project near completion in Russia.
NewsTalk hosts contributors Mohsen Sazgara and Alireza Nourizadeh to discuss the latest news on Iran and the region including Lebanese presidential elections. Turkish stringer Ali Javanmardi discusses the Turkish-Iranian energy deal.