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As upheaval and violence continue in Egypt and in Syria, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" invites Nick Kristof to share his expertise and perspective on the international current events.
The New York Times columnist is a regular contributor to the program, in the past having offered opinion on everything from the death of Muammar Gaddafi, Barack Obama's debate perfomance, and Japanese culture.
Also this evening, Gordon Brown returns to the program. Fresh off his his new appointment as United Nations Special Envoy on Global Education, the former British prime minister talks with Piers Morgan discusses child labor laws and the recent attack on Malala Yousufzai.
And Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights sits down with the host for an in-depth interview about her family, her work with the foundation, and her unique perspective on American politics.
Tune in this evening at 9, as Piers Morgan welcomes an array of fascinating guests covering today's news both domestic and around the world.
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It looks like you have decided not to air the Susan Boyle i/v and song taped a month ago. (Nov 3, 2012-the day her new album was released in the US)
I guess that is what she gets for preferring Donny Osmond to you, but obviously it was the right choice. Donny was eager to help promote her new album. You don't care. I guess she is not A-list enough for you anymore.That's ok as your audience isn't big enough to matter.
Unfortunately it not Mr Morgans show .... It's the bird brains that find lady Gaga and Trump I enlighten.
Because obviously CNN needs help covering events in Egypt
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