BBC News reports that two Taliban leaders disagreed about who was responsible for the group’s success in Afghanistan. They also debated how power is divided. A new Haitian chief prosecutor was installed just hours after the predecessor requested that a judge charge Ariel Henry, Prime Minister of the Taliban, in connection to July’s assassination. Nine activists from Hong Kong and ex-legislators were also sentenced for participating in the candlelight vigil to commemorate the Tiananmen Square massacre. French health workers must have at least one shot in COVID to avoid suspension. With these international headlines, CBS News’ Haley Ott is joining CBSN AM in London.