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PBS NewsHour full episode March 24, 2016

Season 2016 Episode 840 | 53m 31s

Thursday on the NewsHour, European officials hold an emergency meeting to discuss enhancing national security in the wake of the Brussels attacks. Also: The UN convicts Radovan Karadzic of genocide, a new North Carolina law restricts protections for LGBT people, how economic divisions foster populist politics, Barney Frank reflects on big banks and why immortality might be in our future.

Aired: 03/23/16 | Expires: 04/23/16
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