The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Russia will sentence five men for the 2006 murder of a journalist, Human Rights Watch releases report on a Philippines ‘death squad’, riots hit the Macedonian capital over the stabbing death of a teenager, and JPMorgan Chase says it will invest $100 million in Detroit.
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Five Convicted in 2006 Murder of Prominent Journalist
Court begins sentencing for men convicted of killing Anna Politkovskaya.
Human Rights Watch Urges ‘Death Squad’ Probe
Nearly 300 people were allegedly killed over a six-year period on the southern island of Mindanao.
Protests Hit the Capital After Teenager’s Fatal Stabbing
Riots began in Skopje on Monday over the ethnicity of the suspect taken into custody.
JP Morgan Chase to Invest $100 Million in Detroit
The funds will be spent mostly on city revitalization efforts.
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