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Persian Primetime lineup 11/17
Today’s Woman, in honor of International Student day, interviews Mahdiyeh Golroo, a student activist would be interviewed. The last segment of the show is focused on health issues, specifically the connection between insomnia, stress and heart disease.
News and Views reports that Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari and U.S. ambassador Ryan Crocker signed a long-awaited accord on Monday requiring Washington to withdraw its forces within three years. We will have domestic and international reactions, including that of Iran, who has given tacit approval to the deal. Middle East expert Salameh Nematt is live on set to analyze.
NaV reports on U.S. President-elect Barack Obama meeting with John McCain today in their first face-to-face talks since Mr. Obama the presidential election.
NaV also covers reports that the Iranian Foreign Ministry urged the Pakistani government to increase its efforts to ensure the release of an Iranian diplomat recently kidnapped in Pakistan. And energy expert, Dr. Taghizadeh, is interviewed to discuss Iranian authorities saying they are urging non-OPEC nations to cut oil production.
Roundtable hosts Dr. Fereydoun Khavand, Professor of Economics will join us from Paris to talk about the outcome of the G20 Summit in Washington, and to explore the implications of the world financial crisis in light of an international attempt to deal with the situation. Dr. Khavand will also examine various ideas that have been presented so far, and comment on their viabilities from a realistic point of view.
Late Edition features a live sports and medical segment, a story about housing in Spain, an opera in Belgium, an auction of Latin art, and a review of the new film Slumdog Millionaire.
Newstalk hosts activist Elahae Hicks to discuss human rights in Iran and around the world.