PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 6, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, rescue workers desperately search for trapped survivors after thousands are killed by a major earthquake that shook Turkey and Syria. What China is trying to accomplish with repeated incursions into U.S. airspace. Plus, while women in Afghanistan face intensifying oppression from the Taliban, many still find ways to make their voices heard.

Thousands dead in Turkey, Syria after powerful earthquake

News Wrap: Russian forces pressure eastern Ukraine

What China is trying to accomplish in U.S. airspace

Calls for paid leave grow 30 years after passage of FMLA

Women in Afghanistan find ways to make their voices heard

Hundreds of migrant children remain separated from families

Grammy Awards showcase music world and offer up surprises

Talk with father pulls Oregon man out of conspiracy theories

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00:00 – Introduction
02:02 – Devastating Quake
10:36 – News Wrap
13:22 – Chinese Balloon
20:48 – Taking Leave
27:16 – Crackdown on Women
38:10 – Family Separation
43:56 – The Grammys
49:56 – Moments of Truth

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