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An Air Algerie flight with at least 116 people on board dropped off radar after taking off in Burkina Faso. Officials say the plane crashed in northern Mali. Erin Burnett has more.
April 23rd, 2012
08:11 PM ET

'I lost something that was given from my heart,' says woman who donated kidney to help boss, got fired

A woman who says she volunteered to donate her kidney in an effort to help her boss–who needed one–resulted in her firing. "I lost something that was given from my heart," she said on CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront.


Filed under: News
April 23rd, 2012
08:03 PM ET

OutFront exclusive: Erin Burnett interviews Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu

In an exclusive interview Tuesday night on CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront, Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat down with Erin Burnett to talk about Israel, the United States and the threat of terror around the world. Netanyahu insisted on Monday that Egypt's decision to cancel a natural gas deal with Israel did not indicate any sort of diplomatic tensions between the two countries, but rather a business disagreement between companies. "The termination of the natural gas supply from Egypt is not motivated by political decisions, but is a business dispute between the Israeli and the Egyptian companies," said Netanyahu, according to a report in Haaretz.
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April 23rd, 2012
07:30 PM ET

Could 'reverse engineered' U.S. spy drone be used against us?

National security contributor Fran Townsend said it's not inconceivable that Iran has "reverse engineered" key aspects of a downed American spy drone, and fears collaboration with a country like Russia or China that could result in Iran using U.S. technology against American interests.


Filed under: National Security
April 23rd, 2012
05:43 PM ET

Zimmerman neighbor: websites helped cover bond

Frank Taaffee, a neighbor and friend of George Zimmerman, says two websites devoted to raising funds for Zimmerman's defense raised enough money to cover the bond that allowed Zimmerman to leave jail in Florida. Taaffee, who was in court for Zimmerman's bond hearing last week, told Erin Burnett a website he started took in between $300 and $600 before he turned the site over to a person operating the website created by Zimmerman himself.
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Filed under: Crime
Did Iran really "reverse engineer" the downed American spy drone?
April 23rd, 2012
04:45 PM ET

Did Iran really "reverse engineer" the downed American spy drone?

Iran has claimed to have discovered the secrets of American drone technology by "reverse engineering" a U.S. spy drone that went down in Iran last December. According to the Tehran Times, the government claims it has learned enough to build "a copy of the plane and had acquired information about the classified surveillance drone program."
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Filed under: Iran • National Security
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