Murder of British teacher fuels demands for action over femicide in UK

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In the United Kingdom, the recent murder of 28-year-old Sabina Nessa in London is fuelling calls for action on femicide.

A new report estimates one woman is killed by a man in the U.K every three days. London Mayor Sadiq Khan says femicide should be treated like domestic terrorism.

As Crystal Goomansingh reports, a vigil for Nessa was full of grief and outrage.

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