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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 3270 | 54m 08s

Amid lingering unrest, Yemen's president of 33 years agrees to cede power. Also, we get an update from Egypt as protests continued ahead of planned elections and we have a newsmaker interview with GOP presidential hopeful Rep. Michelle Bachmann and we recap last night's Republican presidential debate. Finally, we examine what a new report on abuse and torture could mean for Bahrain.

Aired: 11/22/11 | Expires: 12/23/11
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