Today's Woman discusses women and sports; Tennis player Maria Sharapova's charity work is detailed.
News & Views: Our Washington Report will feature President Bush’s comments on the situation in Pakistan as well as more details on Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte's just announced trip to to the country. State department spokesman David Foley joins us. Iran apparently has met a key demand of the U.N. nuclear agency, handing over long-sought blueprints showing how to mold uranium metal into the shape of warheads, diplomats said Tuesday. The mayor of Tehran, a powerful Iranian conservative, has sharply criticized the confrontational foreign policy of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, calling for more "maturity and intelligence". The Chinese foreign minister’s arrival in Tehran to urge Iran to comply with the international demands to halt its uranium-enrichment program, in advance of two reports on the country’s nuclear program. A human rights report from Amnesty International's Drewery Dyke.
Roundtable examines the upcoming IAEA report and a preview of next week's meeting in Vienna with the American-Iranian Council's Hooshang Amirahmadi and Middle East analyst Farhad Mansourian.
Late Edition reports on the rise of the Taliban in Afghanistan and the tribal areas on the Pakistani border.
NewsTalk discusses Iran and the region with contributors Mohsen Sarzgara and Alireza Nourizadeh.