PBS NewsHour full episode, July 7, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, despite risks to civilians, the Biden administration approves giving cluster bombs to Ukraine to fight against Russia’s invasion. Ukrainian children try to settle back into life at home after being abducted by Russian forces. Plus, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart weigh in on the Republican primary race and President Biden’s upcoming trip to Europe.

U.S. decision to give Ukraine cluster bombs sparks concerns

News Wrap: Job growth slows but shows solid gains in June

NATO leaders to discuss revamp of military plans at summit

Rescued Ukrainian children settle back into life at home

Brooks and Capehart on cluster munitions for Ukraine

Pulitzer-winning poet Carl Phillips on the power of his work

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00:00 – Introduction
01:58 – Arming Ukraine
11:25 – News Wraps
15:42 – NATO Meets
23:03 – Children of War
36:21 – Brooks and Capehart
47:11- Pulitzer Poet

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