The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Italian authorities rescue thousands of migrants over the weekend, hundreds of women and girls freed from Boko Haram, dialysis patients in Yemen face setbacks because of ongoing air strikes, and Germany is still a graveyard of unexploded World War II explosives.
Authorities Rescue Thousands of Migrants off Libyan Coast
Human traffickers are taking advantage of calmer seas and increasing the number of boats sent out to sea.
Military Frees Hundreds Taken by Boko Haram
Scores of women and children are now receiving medical treatment and shelter at a government-run camp in the eastern city of Yola.
Dialysis Patients Concerned over Power Shortages
Nearly 700 people at a kidney center in Hodeida face treatment delays, and some are concerned they’ll die if conditions don’t improve.
A Graveyard of Unexploded World War II Bombs
Munitions specialists detonate or defuse more than 2,000 tons of explosives every year.
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