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April 13, 2015
First up this Monday on CNN Student News: Kenya moves to fortify one of its borders and reportedly requests a relocation of the world's largest refugee camp. We'll explain why and show you exactly how porous the border is. On the heels of a historic meeting between leaders in Panama, we dive into some information about the Panama Canal. And we take a look into technology that could help police scan individuals' eyes from a distance -- though the equipment has some detractors.
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