MP3: Iran Elects Moderate Candidate Hasan Rowhani to Be Next President

17.06.2013

To download Iran Elects Moderate Candidate Hasan Rowhani to Be Next President mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


Iran Elects Moderate Candidate Hasan Rowhani to Be Next President MP3

A reform-minded, moderate cleric will be Iran's next president. Hasan Rowhani won the recent election by nearly 51 percent of the vote, enough to avoid a run-off and beating out several more conservative candidates. Gwen Ifill profiles the new leader and reports on reaction from the international community. Source: pbs.org

More songs from pbs.org

  • Struggling Farmers in India Find Promise for the Future in Ancient Seeds

    Struggling Farmers in India Find Promise for the Future in Ancient Seeds MP3

    Since a devastating cyclone hit in 2009, farmers in a region of India have struggled with salty soil. With climate change, that problem is likely to worsen. Special correspondent Sam Eaton reports for the NewsHour's ongoing series "Food for 9 Billion," about how some farmers have returned to ancient seeds for better results.

    13.06.2013

    Play

    pbs.org radio podcast pbs.org

    13.06.2013

  • Cicada Mania: The Entomologists' 'Super Bowl'

    Cicada Mania: The Entomologists' 'Super Bowl' MP3

    The life cycle of the cicada is unique in the insect world. They bring a chorus of deafening noise before spending 17 years underground. What's all the buzz about? Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on the swarms of spectators and scientists who emerge in search of the noisy insects.

    19.06.2013

    Play

    pbs.org radio podcast pbs.org

    19.06.2013

  • Fate of Syria, U.S. Aid to Rebels Dominates Attention at G-8 Summit

    Fate of Syria, U.S. Aid to Rebels Dominates Attention at G-8 Summit MP3

    What to do about the bloody war in Syria is overshadowing the usual agenda of trade deals and unemployment at this year's G-8 summit in Ireland. Gwen Ifill reports on conflict playing out during the conference around the United States' decision to send military aid to Syrian rebels.

    17.06.2013

    Play

    pbs.org radio podcast pbs.org

    17.06.2013

  • Shields and Gerson on 2015’s foreign policy issues, Mario Cuomo’s legacy

    Shields and Gerson on 2015’s foreign policy issues, Mario Cuomo’s legacy MP3

    RELATED LINKSShields and Gerson on cyber-attacks after Sony, Obama’s year ahead Shields and Brooks on reconciling with Cuba, Sony censorship Shields and Brooks on the CIA interrogation report, spending bill sticking points HARI SREENIVASAN: And that brings us to the analysis of Shields and Gerson. That’s syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson. So, first, I want to start ou...

    03.01.2015

    Play

    pbs.org radio podcast pbs.org

    03.01.2015

  • In 'Little Green,' an Old, Familiar Character Makes an Easy Comeback

    In 'Little Green,' an Old, Familiar Character Makes an Easy Comeback MP3

    The last time readers heard from detective Easy Rawlins, he was driving off a cliff. But Rawlins, one of the best-known characters in American literature, returns -- alive -- in a new novel called "Little Green." Jeffrey Brown talks to author Walter Mosley about his new book and more.

    13.06.2013

    Play

    pbs.org radio podcast pbs.org

    13.06.2013

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds