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Friday, June 10, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 1610 | 54m 41s

Tonight on the program, we get latest on the deadly uprising in Syria and the affect it could have on the rest of the Arab world. Also, a rare look at dissent in Iran as female prisoners detail torture and abuse, and we get the weekly analysis of columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks. Finally, Ray Suarez reports on a plea bargain that had been billed as a major national security leak case.

Aired: 06/09/11 | Expires: 07/10/11
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