PBS NewsHour full episode, April 4, 2022



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Monday on the NewsHour, international outrage grows over atrocities apparently committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. Then, a UN panel on climate change calls for a drastic shift away from fossil fuels to avoid a catastrophic global temperature increase. Also, prehistoric human tracks in New Mexico have the potential to upend conventional wisdom about how long humans have inhabited North America.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Russian retreat exposes atrocities on Ukrainian civilians
https://youtu.be/RIVLCpLH2iE
Kharkiv fire brigades battles blazes amid relentless attacks
https://youtu.be/4o4IbSxiPQc
What international crimes are Russia committing in Ukraine?
https://youtu.be/gNpgcAHVDHg
News Wrap: China's health care workers battle COVID outbreak
https://youtu.be/UyTZHKr7H2Y
UN report warns governments falling short on climate change
https://youtu.be/WaUw-PoLTgA
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on COVID funding, Sarah Palin
https://youtu.be/O5Hegr_OXt0
Ancient footprints shed light on humans in North America
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFk7o6C2kV8
Gamecocks emerge as powerhouse in women's basketball
https://youtu.be/6NZeZMQL7UA

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00:00 - Full Episode
02:52 - Russian retreat exposes atrocities on Ukrainian civilians
08:32 - Kharkiv fire brigades battles blazes amid relentless attacks
14:32 - What international crimes are Russia committing in Ukraine?
21:16 – News Wrap
26:47 – Tipping Point
34:17 – Politics Monday
43:05 – Prehistoric Pathways
49:32 – March Madness
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