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PBS NewsHour full episode, April 27, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Russia shuts off the supply of natural gas to Poland and Bulgaria, escalating the standoff between Russia and the West. Then, volunteer humanitarians risk their safety to provide food, supplies and shelter to fellow Ukrainians trapped on the frontlines. Also, the Biden administration defends the federal government’s border policies in hearings on Capitol Hill.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Russia cuts off natural gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria

As war in Ukraine rages on, U.S. and Russia swap prisoners

News Wrap: House GOP chief criticized far-right after Jan. 6

Biden administration defends government’s border policies

Volunteers risk it all to bring aid to trapped Ukrainians

How Syrians in Idlib view the war in Ukraine

Harvard details its ties to slavery and promises a reckoning

Painter ties environmental conditions to our literary past

Hundreds gather to celebrate the life of Madeleine Albright

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00:00 – Introduction
03:03 – Russian Invasion
08:24 – Freed
14:22 – News Wrap
20:17 – On the Border
28:57 – Volunteers risk it all to bring aid to trapped Ukrainians
34:54 – Putin’s Other War
39:35 – Legacy of Slavery
45:53 – Climate Change in Art
51:06 – Remembering Madeleine Albright