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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Amid Europe's refugee crisis, fears of anti-Semitism rise

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Amid Europe's refugee crisis, fears of anti-Semitism rise

Deadly attacks on Jews by Islamic extremists in France and Denmark leave Jews vulnerable.

Amid Europe's refugee crisis, fears of anti-Semitism rise

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PBS NewsHour

Chef Daniel Boulud on the lasting impression of dessert

Dessert -- it’s one of the sweetest things in life.

Chef Daniel Boulud on the lasting impression of dessert

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How schools with the slowest Internet could get re-wired

Across the U.S., many schools have taken full advantage of online learning opportunities.

How schools with the slowest Internet could get re-wired

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The ‘Jon Stewart’ of Egypt on the liberation of satire

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The ‘Jon Stewart’ of Egypt on the liberation of satire

Jeffrey Brown talks to Bassem Youssef, who some call “the Jon Stewart of Egypt”.

The ‘Jon Stewart’ of Egypt on the liberation of satire

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Why revisiting the Black Panther revolution resonates today

A new documentary on Independent Lens traces the influence of the Black Panthers.

Why revisiting the Black Panther revolution resonates today

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PBS NewsHour

Will shoppers on food stamps pick up fresher foods?

The U.S. government wants Americans who receive food stamps to choose healthier foods.

Will shoppers on food stamps pick up fresher foods?

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