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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour American rapper taps into the flow of China’s economy

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American rapper taps into the flow of China’s economy

A Fulbright scholar writes and performs bilingual raps about Chinese development.

American rapper taps into the flow of China’s economy

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour ‘An era of defeat’ for the best soldiers in the world?

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‘An era of defeat’ for the best soldiers in the world?

Why the U.S. military hasn't achieved lasting victory in the post-9/11 era.

‘An era of defeat’ for the best soldiers in the world?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Drive the car of the future? No, it drives you

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Drive the car of the future? No, it drives you

A big sensation at the CES this year was a preview of the autonomous driving car.

Drive the car of the future? No, it drives you

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Europe’s porous borders pose problems in hunt for terrorists

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Europe’s porous borders pose problems in hunt for terrorists

Gwen Ifill talks to Lorenzo Vidino of the European Foundation for Democracy.

Europe’s porous borders pose problems in hunt for terrorists

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour In Belgium, terminally ill children have the right to die

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In Belgium, terminally ill children have the right to die

Terminally ill children in Belgium have the right to request euthanasia under it's law.

In Belgium, terminally ill children have the right to die

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Is the U.S. military faced with impossible missions?

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Is the U.S. military faced with impossible missions?

Who is responsible for how America applies its military might?

Is the U.S. military faced with impossible missions?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

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Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

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Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Nigeria's new literature prize boosts African writers

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour #NotTrending: Stashing packages, paying Indonesia’s poor

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#NotTrending: Stashing packages, paying Indonesia’s poor

Carlos Watson, CEO of website Ozy, joins Gwen Ifill to share a few overlooked items.

#NotTrending: Stashing packages, paying Indonesia’s poor

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour The right to die in Belgium: Inside its euthanasia laws

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The right to die in Belgium: Inside its euthanasia laws

Euthanasia in Belgium has been legal since 2002. Despite support, controversy still exists

The right to die in Belgium: Inside its euthanasia laws

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why did Oscar leave out actors of color, female filmmakers?

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Why did Oscar leave out actors of color, female filmmakers?

The 2015 Oscar nominations, and what they say about power and diversity in Hollywood.

Why did Oscar leave out actors of color, female filmmakers?

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