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In Taiwan, presidential election brings long-simmering tensions with China to the surface
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In Taiwan, presidential election brings long-simmering tensions with China to the surface

JUDY WOODRUFF: Voters in Taiwan elect their next president on Saturday. For decades, the island’s status has been a contentious issue between the United States and mainland China. The communist government in Beijing considers Taiwan a breakaway province that needs

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PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan 9, 2020
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PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan 9, 2020

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: The U.S. now believes an Iranian missile brought down a Ukraine-bound passenger jet, killing all on board. Then: balance of power. As the U.S. and Iran de-escalate tensions, House

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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 24, 2019
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 24, 2019

>>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24: THE LATEST ON THE IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY. MICHAEL BLOOMBERG OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCES HIS BID FOR THE 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION.>>LIBERTY!>>Sreenivasan: AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT, RE-IMAGINING A REBELLION– TWO CENTURIES LATER. NEXT ON “PBS

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After months of protest, Hong Kong’s interest in local elections soars
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After months of protest, Hong Kong’s interest in local elections soars

JUDY WOODRUFF: People in Hong Kong will vote on Sunday for members of the District Council. That’s a body that usually focuses on local community issues. But because this is the first election since the beginning of protests that have

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PBS NewsHour full episode November 26, 2019
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PBS NewsHour full episode November 26, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: a bleak forecast. The United Nations issues a stark warning of the action that must now be taken to mitigate the climate crisis. Then: the limits of power. A

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Hong Kong’s local polls test support for ongoing protests
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Hong Kong’s local polls test support for ongoing protests

>>Sreenivasan: PRO-DEMOCRACY SUPPORT IN HONG KONG WAS TESTED AT THE POLLS TODAY AS RESIDENTS VOTED IN LOCAL DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS. TURNOUT WAS HIGH AND THE VOTE WAS PEACEFUL, IN CONTRAST TO THE VIOLENT ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATIONS THAT HAVE PITTED HONG KONG’S

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Congress Sided with Hong Kong’s Democracy Movement. Trump Is Cozying Up to China’s Autocrats  – Live
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Congress Sided with Hong Kong’s Democracy Movement. Trump Is Cozying Up to China’s Autocrats – Live

 Bipartisanship in Washington is in short supply these days, but there is one roiling issue around which Democrats and Republicans are united: Hong Kong Since demonstrations against China’s authoritarian control of the territory began this summer, top lawmakers from both

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How will Beijing respond to Hong Kong election results and leaked Uighur documents?
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How will Beijing respond to Hong Kong election results and leaked Uighur documents?

JUDY WOODRUFF: After months of protests in Hong Kong, yesterday brought an extraordinary rebuke of Chinese authority by Hong Kong’s voters in local elections, and another startling revelation about Chinese government persecution of Uyghur Muslims. Amna Nawaz takes a look

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