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June 6, 2024 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2024 Episode 159 | 56m 45s

Thursday on the NewsHour, 80 years after the Allied invasion, world leaders converge on the beaches of Normandy to mark the D-Day anniversary. Dozens are killed by an Israeli strike on a United Nations school in Gaza. Plus, Attorney General Merrick Garland fires back against Republican attacks on the Justice Department.

Aired: 06/05/24 | Expires: 07/06/24
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