Global National: May 25, 2022 | Agony and anger rise in aftermath of Uvalde, Texas school shooting

Global News published this video item, entitled “Global National: May 25, 2022 | Agony and anger rise in aftermath of Uvalde, Texas school shooting” – below is their description.

The city of Uvalde, Texas is in despair after a gunman shot and killed 19 children and two teachers, in what is now the second deadliest U.S. school shooting. Jackson Proskow reports on who the victims are, the devastating grief overwhelming their families, and the anger politicians are facing once again over another senseless mass shooting.

The school shooting is also forcing many people to revisit America’s past school shootings, especially the December 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. While it and every other mass shooting has spawned calls for tighter gun control in the U.S., Eric Sorensen explains how gun reform has been an uphill battle.

As Ottawa cleans up from a vicious storm, now volunteers are doing what they can to help residents left in the dark. David Akin visits some of the hardest-hit neighbourhoods in the nation’s capital to see how people are coping.

Concerns are growing about the global outbreak of the monkeypox virus, as more cases are confirmed in Canada. Dan Spector looks at where infections are being detected, the push for vaccinations, and how health experts are urging calm.

In the U.K., a critical independent report has been released on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s multiple boozy parties which broke pandemic rules. And as Crystal Goomansingh reports, ‘Teflon Boris’ has earned his nickname as he remains in office.

One year after the revelation of unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indigenous Residential School in British Columbia, the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation is preparing to exhume the hundreds of remains found at the facility. But as Neetu Garcha explains, the plan is causing some controversy.

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