Global National: Oct. 15, 2021 | British MP stabbed to death while meeting constituents

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The United Kingdom is in shock after the fatal stabbing of a long-serving MP. Redmond Shannon reports on the investigation into the death of Sir David Amess, the 25-year-old suspect as well as the possible motive.

Fear persists over the Taliban’s history of oppressing women and girls in Afghanistan. Jeff Semple spoke to some Afghan families who escaped the country in order to protect the future of their daughters.

Canadian Blood Services says it’s taking steps forward to make blood donation more inclusive. Mike Le Couteur explains why the LGBT community says it’s nowhere near enough.

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