Serbia’s Growing Migrant Crisis: VICE News Capsule, February 12

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Serbia bolsters patrol of Hungarian border to stem flow of migrants from Kosovo, Sudanese troops accused of mass rape in Darfur, Tehran’s drop-in centers give the homeless and drug-addicted a safe haven, and a Cambodian minister wants to re-educate teenagers on the meaning of Valentine’s Day.

Border Patrols Increased to Stem Flow of Illegal Migrants
Thousands of Kosovo Albanians fleeing poverty are smuggling themselves across the border into Hungary.

Soldiers Accused of More Than 200 Rapes in Darfur Village Last Year. The Sudanese government has denied the allegations made by Human Rights Watch.

Help for the Homeless and Addicted in Tehran
Drop-in centers cater to hundreds of people hooked on heroin and crystal meth.

Share Love, Not Bodily Fluids, on Valentine’s Day
Education minister urges teachers to ask their teenage students not to give flowers and chocolate to convince girls to give up their virginity.

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