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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: FARC members sentenced to prison for murder by Colombian indigenous court, Boko Haram suspected in suicide bomb attack on Nigerian high school, worrying spike in Sierra Leone’s Ebola cases, and Egyptian tour buses equipped with GPS units to encourage safe driving.
Indigenous Court Convicts FARC Members of Murders
Seven were sentenced over the shootings of two leaders of the Nasa tribe last week.
Suicide Attack on Boys High School in Northeast
Suspected Boko Haram attack killed at least 46 and wounded 80 at a school in the town of Potsikum.
Sharp Rise in New Ebola Cases
Health officials recorded 111 new cases on Sunday, compared to 45 the day before. The UN has warned that the country’s cases are also grossly underreported.
GPS Units Seek to Make Tour Buses Safer
Officials monitor the buses’ movements to ensure drivers are traveling at safe speeds in a country with a notoriously poor road safety record.
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