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Deadly Mosque blast in Afghanistan leaves at least 100 dead

Afghanistan saw a suicide bomb attack on a Shia mosque in the northeastern city of Kunduz, killing seven people. Although there are conflicting reports about the number of casualties, the Taliban says at least 100 are dead or wounded from the attack. Earlier this week, at least five civilians were killed in a bomb blast outside a mosque in Kabul, suspicions falling on ISIS-K. Former UK MP George Galloway and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof weigh in. (1:27) More than 100,000 American children lost primary caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, but now new research is suggesting that number may be even higher than previously estimated among minorities. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the details. (12:53) Many school boards across the country are seeing angry parents chanting and heckling during meetings revolved around the same two topics, face mask requirement and claims that schools are teaching critical race theory. But as of late, things have been taken to the next level. There’s a major spike in harassment and violent threats against school board members and teachers, so now the Justice Department is stepping in. Host of Watching the Hawks Tyrel Ventura joins In Question to discuss. (14:46)