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Persian Primetime Lineup 1/15
Today's Woman discusses human rights and the death penalty in Iran.
News & Views: Anchor Setareh Derrakshesh reports live from Riyadh. She will have the latest on the President Bush’s Mid East trip. The President said that he would hold Iran responsible if it hit American ships and warned the Islamic Republic not to behave provocatively in Persian Gulf waters."If they hit our ships, we will hold Iran responsible," Bush told a small group of journalists. In addition to our comprehensive coverage of the presidential campaigns and primaries, the newsroom's Jim Malone will be live on set to talk about the US election process. A senior Iranian MP on Tuesday said the Islamic Republic is going to file an official complaint against Turkmenistan in court for cutting gas supplies, the state news agency IRNA reported. From Inside Iran we have an interview with a family member of a student who has been imprisoned for 3 months. The mother of the student was arrested yesterday and we will have a report of the circumstances surrounding this.
Roundtable hosts contributor Alireza Nourizadeh to discuss President Bush's trip to the Middle East.
Late Edition reports on the issue of race relations in the Democratic presidential primary.
NewsTalk examines President Bush's visit to Saudi Arabia and the region, the ongoing energy crisis in Iran and IAEA chief Mohammad Elbaradei's recent trip to Tehran. Participants include contributors Nasser Mohammadi, Rob Sobhani and journalist Iraj Fatemii from Paris.