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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 3340 | 54m 44s

Tonight on the program, we take a look into Syria, where the country has been shut off from internet access as rebels continue to put pressure against military forces. Also: Egypt attempts to finalize a constitution, Sen.-elect Jeff Flake talks fiscal cliff, a twin cities dance company showcases diversity, kids reading at the doctor's office, and college sports conferences play 'musical chairs'.

Aired: 11/28/12 | Expires: 12/29/12
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