PBS News Weekend full episode, July 3, 2022

Sunday on PBS News Weekend, Russian forces make significant gains in eastern Ukraine and ramp up attacks on civilian targets. Then, nearly a year after the Taliban takeover put their lives in jeopardy, we look at the effort to help female judges escape Afghanistan. Plus, on this Fourth of July weekend, we explore how Americans see their country and identity.

Russia claims control of pivotal city of Lysychansk

News Wrap: Akron police fatally shot unarmed Black man

How people can protect their data after the Roe ruling

Afghan women who used to be judges try to flee the Taliban

How Americans view their country and identify

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00:00 – Full Episode
02:13 – Battle for Ukraine
04:09 – News Wrap
06:32 – Post-Roe Privacy
10:36 – Escaping Injustice
16:56 – Being American

Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3eKXAH7eXQ

This news story originally appeared at United States Archives - Social Gov on 3 August 2022

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