Full Program: Wednesday, January 22, 2014
6108961090Wednesday, January 22, 2014On our program tonight, we examine the fractious start to the Syrian peace talks in Switzerland. We ask analysts if anything positive can come from the conference. Also: the drought emergency in California, a test that could help close America's skills gap, plus federal corruption charges against a former Virginia governor and his wife.2014-01-22 19:00:00disabled2365161878OGHmaoTxQ188362News Wrap: ISIS claims throat-slit slay of French priestIn our news wrap Tuesday, the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the brutal throat-slit murder of a Catholic priest during morning Mass in France’s Normandy region. The two attackers were later shot dead. Also, in Australia, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has ordered an investigation into alleged abuse at a juvenile detention center after a graphic video emerges.2016-07-26 18:00:00http://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/RTSJS82-320x196.jpg2365811247cExzZzrAq8U188363How Venezuela’s economic ruin became environmental disasterThe economic disaster in Venezuela caused by tumbling petrol prices — oil production is the main industry — is also behind an environmental one. Lake Maracaibo, which sustains the Añu indigenous group, is being contaminated by oil spills and the leaky drilling infrastructure, all made worse by rampant gas smuggling. Special correspondent Nadja Drost and videographer Bruno Federico report.2016-07-26 18:00:00http://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/RTSJQ8D-320x196.jpg2365811249zvZSrxBJx2U188199News Wrap: 15 killed in Tokyo stabbing attackIn our news wrap Monday, a former employee of a disabled living facility just outside Tokyo returned there and went on a stabbing rampage, killing 15 and injuring 45. Also, ISIS has claimed responsibility for Friday’s suicide bombing in Germany that injured 15 and Sunday’s attack at a checkpoint in Iraq that killed at least 14.2016-07-25 18:00:00http://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/RTSJLME-320x196.jpg2365810459ekAK1PrzEmA
On our program tonight, we examine the fractious start to the Syrian peace talks in Switzerland. We ask analysts if anything positive can come from the conference. Also: the drought emergency in California, a test that could help close America's skills gap, plus federal corruption charges against a former Virginia governor and his wife.
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