Sesame Street marks 50th anniversary

The puppet-filled children's show is celebrating its golden jubilee.

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    Children's show Sesame Street - which airs in 150 countries around the globe and is one of the most popular American brands - is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

    Filled with jingles and positivity, the show also tackles serious issues like death, HIV, homelessness and divorce.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.


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