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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Kenyan women demonstrate against sexual violence, former foreign minister of Burkina Faso appointed interim president, Thai police in search of American tourists who tried to ship preserved body parts to Las Vegas, and Polish scientists use 3D technology to treat disabled and autistic children.
Protest Against Sexual Violence Draws Large Crowds in Nairobi
Nearly a thousand women marched in solidarity with a woman who was stripped naked by a group of men almost two weeks ago.
Former Foreign Minister Named Transitional President
Michel Kafando will choose a prime minister to form a government until elections are held late next year.
American Tourists Questioned for Trying to Ship Body Parts
A DHL shipping depot in Bangkok intercepted packages containing a baby’s head and foot, an adult heart, and a sheet of tattooed skin.
3D Technology Seeks to Improve Therapy for Children
Scientists have created an application that they believe helps kids with Down syndrome and autism stay focused for longer periods of time.
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