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PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 30, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, we speak to the head of UNICEF about the urgent humanitarian needs of the Israel-Hamas war’s youngest victims and the risks should fighting resume. The latest UN climate conference opens in Dubai amid global tensions and skepticism that the world will move away from fossil fuels. Plus, the controversial former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger dies at 100.

Correction: In our look at the day’s headlines, we mistakenly said the Dow gained one point today. We should have said 1 percent. We regret the error.

UNICEF leader on Israel-Hamas war’s impact on children

News Wrap: Trump again under gag order again in fraud trial

COP28 opens amid skepticism world will move from fossil fuel

A look at the controversial legacy of Henry Kissinger

Musk lashes out at advertisers leaving X over hate speech

Simone Leigh’s art explores misrepresentation of Black women

Why ‘ghost gear’ is being removed from the Gulf of Maine

Students lobby Hawaii schools to provide menstrual products

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00:00 – Introduction
02:29 – Hostage Deal
09:39 – News Wrap
13:41 – Tipping Point
23:42 – Henry Kissinger 1923-2023
32:04 – Musk vs. Advertisers
37:51 – Sculpting Sisterhood
44:04 – Ghost Gear
50:53 – Period Poverty