PBS NewsHour

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

06/28/2011 | 54m 42s

Tonight on the program, rioting escalates in Greece as a strike against new austerity measures brings the country to a standstill. Also, as the IMF gets a new chief, we look at the implications for the global economy and our science team reports on how bionic technologies are helping improve lives. Finally, Margaret Warner examines the latest violence gripping the African nation of Sudan.

Aired: 06/28/11

Expired: 07/28/11

Rating: NR

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