Remains of UK student who fell from Madagascar plane arrive in capital | AFP

The remains of a British student, who apparently jumped from a plane in Madagascar after opening the aircraft door in mid-air, are transferred to a hospital of the capital Antananarivo. IMAGES

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Football/AFCON-2019: Madagascar fans celebrate in streets | AFP

In the streets of the capital Antananarivo, Madagascar fans were thrilled after their team’s historic qualification for the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations by eliminating the Democratic Republic of Congo on penalties. IMAGES

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Madagascar election 2nd round: Rajoelina casts vote

Malagasy presidential candidate Andry Rajoelina arrives to cast his vote in a polling station in Antananarivo. He is contesting a run-off second round with his old rival Marc Ravalomanana. The two contenders came a close first and second in November’s preliminary vote, far ahead of their competitors.

Madagascar releases home-grown video game ‘Gazkar’

Gazkar is the first racing game to come out of Madagascar — giving players the chance to race through the empty streets of the capital Antananarivo behind the wheel of a modest Renault 4L or a simple 2CV: the game will be offered free of charge, despite the high cost of the internet, frequent power cuts and lack of financial backing.

India Bans Rape Documentary: VICE News Capsule, March 5

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Mexico nabs Zetas drug cartel leader, floods devastate Madagascar’s capital, India bans rape documentary, and New York City public schools will observe two major Muslim holidays.

Zetas Leader Captured in Monterrey Suburb
Security forces arrested Alejandro Trevino Morales, known as ‘Omar’ or ‘Z-42’, on Wednesday.

Heavy Floods Wreak Havoc on Antananarivo
At least 20 people have been killed, and there are concerns more damage and death in the city is imminent.

Documentary on 2012 Delhi Gang Rape Banned
One of the convicts interviewed for the film blamed the victim for the crime, and the government is worried his comments will spark public anger.

New York City Schools to Observe Two Major Muslim Holidays
Beginning this fall, public school students will be given days off on Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha, the two most celebrated holidays in Islam.

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