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Friday, December 23, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 3570 | 54m 08s

On tonight's program, we examine the twin bombings that killed 47 people in Syria's capital amid protests against leader Bashar al-Assad. Also, we take a look at Morocco's new constitution and elections, Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week's top political stories, Daniel Yergin talks the growing global search for energy, and a Minnesota church retells a WWII Christmas story.

Aired: 12/22/11 | Expires: 01/22/12
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