Sunday was "Adoption Day," the day the nuclear deal with Iran gets rolling. Iran will begin winding down its nuclear infrastructure and, in return, will receive sanctions relief from the US and the European Union.
We talk to Larry Cohler-Esses, the first journalist from an American Jewish publication to be given an Iranian visa since 1979. Also, the Greek island of Kos is being overwhelmed by refugees, and the political stalemate in Lebanon continues.
We discuss the politics and potential impact of the latest Greek bailout package and the ongoing negotiations on Iran's nuclear program. We also recall the discovery of dinosaur eggs on its 92nd anniversary.
We discuss the ongoing talks with Iran and how the Iranian people are perceiving the process. Milos Stehlik checks in from the Czech Republic to give us a glimpse of a storied but less publicized film festival. And, fiddle sounds heard 'round the world!