Today’s Womanwill discuss the status of women in Afghanistan with our guest with Ms. Shayesteh Saadat, reporter from VOA's Afghan Service. The obstacles women entrepreneurs face in Afghanistan will be addressed and a house package on the role of US military women in Afghanistan will be featured.

News and Views: Condoleezza Rice warned that Iran could face further sanctions. The U.S. secretary of state on Monday accused Iran of not being serious during weekend talks aimed at encouraging the Islamic republic to freeze its nuclear program.
Iran will not "retreat one iota" in its nuclear activities, its president says, in his first reaction to a new call for Tehran to end uranium enrichment. Envoys from the US, EU and UN asked Iran to give an answer within two weeks or face possible new sanctions.
Elahe Hicks—dubuting as Human Rights stringer -- joins to discuss the Human Rights Watch statement on the detention of two AIDS researchers in Iran.

Roundtableis joined by journalist Hossein Mohri to discuss the aftermath of Geneva Conference.

Late Editionreports on the arrest of former Bosnian Serb leader and war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic. There’s also coverage of the new X-Files movie, an interview with the founder of Youth for Human Rights International, and a story about cars in Cuba.

Newstalkfeatures political analyst Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio. Topics include US/Iran/EU nuclear negotiations, today’s arrest of group of Iranian journalists and Iran/Egypt relations.