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Ebola Outbreak & Chapo Guilty Verdict: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

February 12, 2019, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.
2:17 After nearly three months of drama and intrigue, the epic trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán ended Tuesday when the jury delivered a unanimous guilty verdict on all 10 counts of the Sinaloa cartel leader’s federal indictment.

5:55 The Denver is now the latest home to a teacher strike, but also the first city where a performance incentive program is at the core of the dispute.

12:17 An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is now Africa’s second deadliest. But doctors are saving some patients — and those survivors are now playing an essential role in caring for the sick. VICE News spends time with Wemba Kambale Kikopo – one of the first Ebola survivors in the city of Beni.

16:48 It’s 3rd annual Conservative Theater Festival in Columbus, OH. We cover the plays and the people behind the message.

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26 thoughts on “Ebola Outbreak & Chapo Guilty Verdict: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

  1. 12:17 – An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is now Africa’s second deadliest. But doctors are saving some patients — and those survivors are now playing an essential role in caring for the sick.
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  2. Lmao Teachers in Oklahoma make less than a mcdonalds assistant manager, have to panhandle on the street corner for school supplies and have class sizes in excess of 30 students.

  3. The US doesnt want to give teachers a raise the ones who will make it possible for our children & grandchildren to be successful but yet give all that money for a wall that isnt going to help anything.

  4. Chapo being locked up is going to bring ALOT of hardship on a bunch of people. He helped out alot of poor families now these people are going to struggle alot more without him being able to help them!

  5. I live in Colorado. Born here 32 years ago. What u wanna know is where that marijuana money went that they all said was going to schools? I'm 100% FOR legalized marijuana, I'm just curious

  6. How’s is capturing el chapo a victory?
    The Sinaloa cartel hasn’t and will not slow down as long as their is a demand for drugs. At least that’s the way i see it it

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