PBS NewsHour

Monday, April 9, 2012

04/09/2012 | 49m 12s

Tonight on the program, we examine Syria's continued string of violence after shootings in both Turkey and Lebanon, days before a ceasefire deadline. Also: how the Trayvon Martin case could affect states' 'Stand Your Ground' laws, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff comes to the U.S., remembering '60 Minutes' Icon Mike Wallace, and 18th Century Japanese Silk Paintings make a rare U.S. appearance.

Aired: 04/09/12

Expired: 05/09/12

Rating: NR

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