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E.U.'s vaccine rollout in crisis with shortages, delays

Europe’s vaccination rollout is in crisis with manufacturing delays causing supply shortages and thousands of appointments cancelled indefinitely. The European Union wants to see 70 percent of its population inoculated by the fall. But frustration is growing amongst its citizens amid the realization those targets could be out of reach. Special Correspondent Lucy Hough reports.

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Thursday on the NewsHour, the proposal for a bipartisan commission to investigate the violent assault on the Capitol by Trump supporters meets Republican opposition.
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Wednesday on the NewsHour, at least eight people were killed at a rail yard in San Jose, California in the latest episode of gun violence.
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Tuesday on the NewsHour, the country reflects on the murder of George Floyd as the city of Minneapolis struggles to reform its police department.
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Monday on the NewsHour, Belarus diverts an international flight to arrest a dissident journalist, prompting accusations of state piracy and terrorism.
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On this edition for Sunday, May 23, it’s been one year since the killing of George Floyd at the hands of police — where does America stand today in regards to policing and racial justice?
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May 22, 2021

On this edition for Saturday, May 22, the fragile ceasefire between Israeli forces and Hamas seems to be holding, and a NYC-based hedge fund is set to take over one of the country’s largest publishing companies.
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May 21, 2021

Friday on the NewsHour, a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas holds, but tensions are high as both sides claim victory.
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April 24, 2021

On this edition for Saturday, April 24, COVID-19 cases in India skyrocket as a devastating second wave overwhelms hospitals.
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April 18, 2021

On this edition for Sunday, April 18, recent shootings and the ongoing Derek Chauvin trial reignite debate over police reform, and a conversation with singer-songwriter and musician Sam Amidon.
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April 17, 2021

On this edition for Saturday, April 17, global COVID-19 death toll crosses 3 million, the latest on the mass shooting in Indianapolis, Prince Philip is laid to rest, and more.
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