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A state of emergency is declared in Ethiopia, an oil inferno casts a cloud over an Iraqi town, and researchers tout the potential pros of bacteria-coated crops.
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Samsung recalls a flagship smartphone, Haitians begin rebuilding after a devastating hurricane, and experts discuss the public's appetite for a Mars mission.
Featured today: An apparent attack on a U.S. warship, some historical perspective on Sunni and Shia Muslims, a Character Study, and a secret library in Syria.
Today's show recaps Hurricane Matthew's impact on the U.S. and Haiti and brings you some highlights of last night's U.S. presidential debate.
Hurricane Matthew nears the U.S. Southeast, China poses a potential challenge for the next U.S. leader, and a Colorado facility converts food waste into energy.
Hurricane Matthew barrels toward the Bahamas and the U.S., we bring you clips from the U.S. vice presidential debate, and global tech teams reach for the moon.
Tensions rise between Russia and the US, we introduce two US vice presidential candidates, and we explain why bees are generating so much buzz in the news.
Stories from Japan, Colombia, the Caribbean, Afghanistan, and the disputed region of Kashmir headline this international edition of CNN Student News.
This Monday: a potential peace deal in Colombia, a look at Hurricane Matthew, the political challenges of Iran, a recent "black moon," and a Character Study.
A train crash in New Jersey, China's warning for Japan, a look at tensions between the U.S. and Russia, and a U.S. presidential town hall are featured today.