Today's Woman interviews Faribeh Davood Mahajer, a women's rights advocate and a sponsor of the Million Signature campaign.

News & Views: Our Washington report will examine the latest from the meeting between Iran's new chief negotiator, Saeed Jalili and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana in London today , just ahead of a key EU report over Iran's nuclear program. A British court ordered an Iranian opposition group (MEK) removed from the government's list of terrorist organizations Friday. The People's Mujahedeen of Iran and its affiliates had appealed to authorities to be taken off the list, which includes such groups as al-Qaida and the Kurdish PKK. Joining us live today in the studio is Richard Wike, Senior Researcher, Pew Global Attitudes Project to discuss that organizations recent report titled: Will Shared Concern about Iran Provide Common Ground for Middle East Negotiators in Annapolis? Today is the 9th anniversary of the deaths of 4 writers and political activists and the hands of Iran’s intelligence services. Family members will hold a ceremony today and we will talk to the son of one of the writers that was killed.

Roundtable examines World AIDS Day (December 1) and global efforts to combat the disease with Dr Kaveh Khoshnoud, a professor of public health at Yale University and Dr. Kamiar Alaei, a SUNY professor and specialist on AIDS in Iran.

Late Edition reports on this week's CNN-Youtube Republican presidential candidates debate.

"Face to Face" speaks to human rights activist and author Monireh Baradaran. Ms. Baradaran was jailed under the Shah, released during the revolution, and then imprisoned for another nine years under the Islamic republic for her political activism.