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Persian Primetime lineup 7/16


Today’s womanwill discuss the recent execution of two women in Afghanistan. The remainder of the show will discuss women in sports and the upcoming Olympics with our guest Ms. Solmaz Sharif, founder of the online publication ShirZanan dedicated to Iranian women athletics. Ms. Sharif will join us from New York. A house package on the US women's soccer team will be featured as well as an original package on women's basketball.

News and Viewsreports that a top U.S. diplomat will for the first time join colleagues from other world powers at a meeting with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator. William Burns, America's third highest-ranking diplomat, will attend talks with the Iranian envoy, Saeed Jalili, in Switzerland on Saturday
NaV will also report on the arrest of two prominent student activists, Mohammad Hashemi and Bahareh Hedayet, on July 13, the latest in a series of arrests of members of the Office for Consolidating Unity.
Salameh Nematt, Middle East Expert and Former Washington bureau chief of Dar Al Hayat, will be an in studio to discuss the effect of recentdevelopments in Israel/Palestine and Israel/Syria relations on Iran, from an Arab perspective. Mr. Salameh has just returned from a five week trip to the region.

Roundtablewill discuss human rights developmentswith Ms.Nazanin Afshin Jam

Late Edition
will report on the US presidential candidate’s positions on the war in Iraq. There is also coverage of the student movement in Iran, fashion in Hong Kong, and an auction of singer James Brown’s memorabilia.

Newstalkfeatures political analyst Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio.Topics include the US/Iran meeting in Geneva, the Madrid conference on religions, and the indictment of Sudan’s president on genocide charges.

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