CNN Student News - Season 201111

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  • CNN Student News - December 1, 2011
    11/30/11
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    Today, we report on a plan to support the global economy, public sector strikes in the U.K., and a recap of the 2011 hurricane season.
  • CNN Student News - November 30, 2011
    11/29/11
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    Today, we examine Pakistan's tense relationships with Afghanistan and the U.S., a study on the impact of soccer headers, and NASA's mission to Mars.
  • CNN Student News - November 29, 2011
    11/28/11
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    Two African nations hold national elections, Afghanistan plans for some transitions, and a unique idea aims to bring ice back to the Peruvian Andes.
  • CNN Student News - November 28, 2011
    11/27/11
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    The Arab League votes to sanction Syria, NBA players and owners strike a tentative deal, and a first-of-its-kind plane plans to fly without fuel.
  • CNN Student News - November 22, 2011
    11/21/11
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    Officials arrest a terrorism suspect in New York, a jobs bill aims to help unemployed U.S. veterans, and we explore some unusual Thanksgiving traditions.
  • CNN Student News - November 21, 2011
    11/20/11
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    Today, we report on the deadline facing Congress' "super committee," new protests in Egypt, and the capture of one of Moammar Gadhafi's sons.
  • CNN Student News - November 18, 2011
    11/17/11
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    Protesters hold a "day of action" in New York, Black Friday scheduling spurs mixed reactions, and young people in Azerbaijan champion the game of chess.
  • CNN Student News - November 17, 2011
    11/16/11
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    Today, we report on NATO's role in Afghanistan, a deadline for a congressional super committee, and a South African factory that produces power and sugar.
  • CNN Student News - November 16, 2011
    11/15/11
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    The U.S. considers sending more troops to Australia, protesters are forced out of a New York park, and an African volcano puts on a fireworks show.
  • CNN Student News - November 15, 2011
    11/14/11
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    The U.S. health care reform law heads to the Supreme Court, an airline faces fines for tarmac delays, and South Africa wages war on rhino poachers.
  • CNN Student News - November 14, 2011
    11/13/11
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    Today, we report on an economic conference in Hawaii, a crackdown on drug trafficking in Brazil, and signs of life beneath the Dead Sea.
  • CNN Student News - November 11, 2011
    11/10/11
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    After a view of international headlines, today's edition of CNN Student News pays tribute to everyone who's served in America's Armed Forces.
  • CNN Student News - November 10, 2011
    11/9/11
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    A coaching legend announces his retirement amid scandal, a major winter storm strikes Alaska, and young Egyptians learn and apply business knowledge.
  • CNN Student News - November 9, 2011
    11/8/11
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    Leadership changes loom for Italy and Greece, a new report examines Iran's controversial nuclear program, and FEMA plans a nationwide readiness test.
  • CNN Student News - November 8, 2011
    11/7/11
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    Today's show features reports about presidential campaign strategy, Italy's mountain of debt, and a CNN Hero who's cooking up relief for hungry kids.
  • CNN Student News - November 7, 2011
    11/6/11
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    Today, we report on political upheaval in Greece, an earthquake in Oklahoma, the Islamic ritual of Hajj, and the end of a simulated mission to Mars.
  • CNN Student News - November 4, 2011
    11/3/11
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    The ramifications of Greece's debt crisis, a milestone for China's space program, and the origins of Daylight Saving Time all headline today's program.
  • CNN Student News - November 3, 2011
    11/2/11
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    Today, we explore a global financial summit in France, the economic struggles of the U.S. Postal Service, and efforts to map creativity in musicians' brains.
  • CNN Student News - November 2, 2011
    11/1/11
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    Today, we report on a surprising announcement from Greece's prime minister, efforts to clean up a nuclear meltdown, and the threat of cyber warfare.