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Aired 11-1130 a ET • A new development in what is a car attack in Charlottesville, Virginia; Pressure mounting for President Trump to directly condemn by name, white supremacist.

The CEO of Merck has resigned from the President's American Manufacturing Council as it is known, saying that U. leaders must reject, and I quote, hatred, bigotry, and group supremacy; America's most important general is in South Korea right now, standing side by side with its president in every possible way; Syria getting bloodier and more desperate, the Syrian army says it has dramatically stepped up its fight against ISIS; The color-coded text gives the international games a sense of friendly rivalry. Security Council issues new sanctions on North Korea; Kenyan campaigners turns to fake news; China and North Korea meet at a Southeast Asian security summit in Manila; U. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with his Russian counterpart; Opposition leaders Venezuela imprisoned by government, now back home; Kidnap for ransom on the dark web; Al Jazeera offices in Israel to be closed by the government; Intense heat wave scorching Europe; Legendary sprinter Usain Bolt lost final individual race.

Aired at 11a-12p ET • Raqqa: Liberated or Just Annihilated? Aired 11a-12p ET • ISIS Defeated In A Capital Of So-Called Caliphate; President Xi Jinping Pledges To Build A Modern Socialist Country; Children Forced To Serve As Slaves For ISIS; Aid Group: Humanitarian Crisis Escalating In Syria; Diwali Lights Up Dubai.

Aired 11-12p ET • New York Terror Attack; Effort To Create Mayhem And Terror, Failed; FBI and NYPD giving updates on terror attack; Sources: suspect came to U. from Uzbekistan in 2010; Putin visits Tehran for high-level talks; Trump wants to step up Extreme Vetting.

Aired 11-12p ET • Terror Plan Foiled In Australia; Israeli Upholds Soldier's Manslaughter Conviction; U. Wants Kremlin To Clarify Expulsion Numbers; American Businessman, Putin Is Worth 0 billion; Human Rights Activist Arrested In Turkey; Germany Protest `s Detention Of Its Citizens In Turkey; Movie Stars Set The Stage; Aired 11-12p ET • U. Senate Hears from key Witness in Russia Investigation; Putin:: Regret Worsening Relations with U.

S; Trump Intensifies Attacks on Attorney General; Dozens Injured as Crowds Rush to Al-Aqsa Mosque; Leaks Escalate Rift Inside White House; North and South Korea Mark Armistice Day; Famous Journalist Accused of Terror Links; Children Working in Cambodia Brick Kilns; Death Toll from Protesters Rises to 106; When Iraq Celebrated Being Awesome.

Aired 11-12p ET • Crisis In Venezuela; One Person Killed, 19 Wounded In Car-Ramming; White Supremacist Groups And Opponents Clashed; Witnesses Describe Chaos At Car-Ramming Scene; Trump Slammed For Not Singling Out White Supremacists; North Korea Finalizing Plan Against U. Territory; CNN On The Ground In Seoul And Beijing; South Korea President To Meet Top U. General Monday; China's Xi Urges Restraint In Call With Trump; Maduro Expected To Address Trump's Military Remarks; Guam Prepares For Potential North Korea Missile Attack; Suspect In Car Attack Identified James Fields; Controversy Over Confederate Monuments In Virginia. Aired at 11-12p ET • Man arrested after soldiers rammed by car; Trump: U. nuclear arsenal more powerful than ever; Tillerson dials back rhetoric after Trump`s harsh words; How Hawaii would respond to an attack Aired 11a -12p ET • President Jacob Zuma's fate on a no confidence vote; Kenya's polls close; New low for Trump approval rating; Classified information retweeted by President Trump; America's opioid crisis; Pyongyang's threats on new sanctions; Military strategy in Afghanistan war; Iran's president complete his cabinet; Manhunt on jogger who pushed a woman towards a bus. Aired at 11-12p ET • "Washington Post" released transcripts of Donald Trump phone calls with Mexico and Australia's leaders; Hassan Rouhani to be sworn in for a second term; New sanctions on Kremlin, all-out trade war; Backlash on new immigration plan; Senior policy adviser Stephen Miller face off with CNN's Jim Acosta; NAACP urge extreme caution for colored people going to Missouri; Amnesty International outraged at the execution of Bassel Khartabil; Venezuela's attorney general opening an investigation into allegations of voter fraud; White House chief of staff General John Kelly and national security adviser H. Mc Master are shaking staffing in White House; Kenya's presidential polls; La Liga refused to process transfer of Neymar, Jr.; Haj Ali Darvish Teahouse in Iran.

Aired 11a-12p ET • Threat from North Korea; Aleppo after the war; The brutality of Boko Haram; Kenya's opposition challenges results; Acoustic attacks on U. Aired at 11a-12p ET • Defiant North Korea; Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Russian counterpart; The vote of no confidence in South African president Jacob Zuma; Manhunt for suspects in attack on a military base in Venezuela; President Donald Trump on a working vacation; Israel closing down Al Jazeera office. Aired at 11-12p ET • Sanctions bill signed by Donald Trump; Sanction bill also increases sanctions on North Korea and Iran; President Trump signs RAISE Act; North Korean missile testing pose risk to passenger jets; Dow reached 22,000 for the first time; President Maduro to swear in new constituent assembly, Barcelona striker Neymar bid farewell to his team; Suspected suicide bomber attacked a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan.

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