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Pope Francis visits Cuba, Chinese President Xi prepares to visit the U.S., and we report on a new study involving a brain disease and some former NFL players.
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U.S. officials voice concern about Russia's role in Syria, Australia gets a new leader, and new students change the demographics of an Iowa university.
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This Friday, September 11, CNN Student News remembers and reflects on a day that changed America. We also update you on events in Japan and South Africa.
Experts and analysts debate the size of the U.S. Navy, Britain's reigning queen sets a record, and "shark attack season" sees a slowdown near its end.
Hundreds of refugees break through a police line in Hungary, and a discovery near Stonehenge changes archaeologists' understanding of the area's history.
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