Nightly News Full Broadcast – April 6

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Devastation revealed in town outside Kyiv after Russian forces withdraw, Minneapolis police officer won’t be charged in deadly Amir Locke shooting, and inside Miami’s effort to become America’s cryptocurrency capital.

00:00 Intro

01:24 New images of Russian atrocities in Ukraine

05:23 Family torn apart by Russian violence

07:26 Secretary of State Blinken on punishing Putin

09:24 New storm threat after deadly tornadoes

11:41 No charges in police shooting of Amir Locke

13:32 Police: At least five gunmen in mass shooting

13:57 Big oil CEOs under fire at Capitol Hill

15:54 Race to become America’s crypto capital

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