The PBS NewsHour’s “5 STORIES” serves up five interesting stories from around the world that you may have missed.
On this week’s episode: China announces the giant panda is no longer endangered, the Pacific Northwest’s record-breaking heat wave kills billions of sea animals, how one chocolate company is fighting child labor practices, social distancing goes high-tech with microchip manicures and Judy Garland’s “Wizard of Oz” dress is rediscovered in a university office.
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0:08 Good news for giant pandas
1:02 Heatwave-cooked shellfish
2:09 Fighting child labor in the chocolate industry
3:10 Microchip manicures
4:13 Wizard of Oz dress discovered
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