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CNN International Europe/Middle East/Africa

CNN International Europe/Middle East/Africa is the European, Middle East and African version of CNN's "CNN International" satellite and cable television network. It features many locally produced shows, most of them focused on business news.

Between 1996 to 2003, to differentiate it from the other feeds, the network logo on the lower-right hand of the screen had a static globe with the continents Europe and Africa facing the audiences.

In the earlier days of CNN International, the program line-up was exactly the same in every region CNN International was broadcast in. However in the late-1990s, the line-up started varying among regions with some programs exclusively broadcasting to the Europe, Middle East and Africa only such as CNN This Morning (European edition) and World Business This Morning. Today, the line-up is almost exactly the same in every region once again with differences limited to advertising and weather updates during the breaks.

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