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    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why are hospitals targeted in Syria? 'People lose hope'

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    Why are hospitals targeted in Syria? 'People lose hope'

    In Syria, hospitals that were supposed to be treated as "neutral parties" became targets.

    Why are hospitals targeted in Syria? 'People lose hope'

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Tune into these artists for the soundtrack of 2017

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    Tune into these artists for the soundtrack of 2017

    We look back at the year’s best offerings in music.

    Tune into these artists for the soundtrack of 2017

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The practical reasons to welcome poetry into our lives

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    The practical reasons to welcome poetry into our lives

    Stephen Kloepper offers his humble opinion on how poetry elevates our lives.

    The practical reasons to welcome poetry into our lives

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Fact-checking Trump’s tweet about cold weather and climate

    PBS NewsHour

    Fact-checking Trump’s tweet about cold weather and climate

    Fact-checking Trump’s tweet about cold weather and climate change.

    Fact-checking Trump’s tweet about cold weather and climate

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The long history of women not being taken seriously

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    The long history of women not being taken seriously

    Social standing for women has gotten better, says feminist Mary Beard.

    The long history of women not being taken seriously

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    PBS NewsHour

    Shields and Brooks on 2017’s impact on American life

    Mark Shields and David Brooks join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the week in politics.

    Shields and Brooks on 2017’s impact on American life

    Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: 1.5 million still don’t have power in Puerto Rico

    PBS NewsHour

    News Wrap: 1.5 million still don’t have power in Puerto Rico

    Authorities in Puerto Rico say power has been restored to 55% of the island's customers.

    News Wrap: 1.5 million still don’t have power in Puerto Rico

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