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Persian Primetime lineup 10/31
Today’s Woman will discuss ways to maintain healthy marriages and relationships with our guest Dr. Homa Mahmoudi, psychologist based in Los Angeles.
News and Views reports on the World Economic Forum in Turkey. Iranian foreign affairs minister Manuchehr Motakki is expected to attend. We also cover Motakki’s comments regarding the health of President Ahmadinejad, the US elections, and US/Iranian relations.
Mr. Babak Yektafar will be on set to will discuss the last week of the presidential campaign in U.S.
We’ll have coverage of The International Committee for Implementation of the Fourth Geneva Convention call on the U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to take immediate action in order to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe facing the Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf, Iraq.
And from inside Iran we’ll have an interview regarding how various ethnic minorities are treated when jailed in Iran.
Late Edition features an update on the US presidential election. There’s also a live interview with Ali Sarshar, sport Journalist to talk about the Iranian Olympic Committee, coverage of Halloween in the US, a preview of three new film releases, and a live medical report.
Rountable hosts Dr. Afsaneh Haddad, an Iranian cardiologist, to discuss heart attack in men and women, their respective response, and why women are less inclined to seek treatment, or seek preventative measures for heart disease.
Newstalk features a roundup and discussion of the most important US election related stories from the past weeks.