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PBS NewsHour full episode, April 4, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, international outrage grows over atrocities apparently committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. Then, a UN panel on climate change calls for a drastic shift away from fossil fuels to avoid a catastrophic global temperature increase. Also, prehistoric human tracks in New Mexico have the potential to upend conventional wisdom about how long humans have inhabited North America.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Russian retreat exposes atrocities on Ukrainian civilians

Kharkiv fire brigades battles blazes amid relentless attacks

What international crimes are Russia committing in Ukraine?

News Wrap: China’s health care workers battle COVID outbreak

UN report warns governments falling short on climate change

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on COVID funding, Sarah Palin

Ancient footprints shed light on humans in North America

Gamecocks emerge as powerhouse in women’s basketball

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00:00 – Full Episode
02:52 – Russian retreat exposes atrocities on Ukrainian civilians
08:32 – Kharkiv fire brigades battles blazes amid relentless attacks
14:32 – What international crimes are Russia committing in Ukraine?
21:16 – News Wrap
26:47 – Tipping Point
34:17 – Politics Monday
43:05 – Prehistoric Pathways
49:32 – March Madness