VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – June, 26 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: A car bomb hits the Nigerian capital, displaced Iraqi civilians face dire conditions in camps, Mali asks the UN to send the remainder of pledged peacekeeping force, and a new device allows an American paraplegic to move his hand.

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Car Bomb Kills Nearly Two Dozen in Abuja
The blast hit a popular shopping complex during the busiest hours of the day.

Food Shortages and Unlivable Conditions at IDP Camps
Thousands of civilians internally displaced by fighting have no electricity and little food and water.

Calls for UN to Deploy Remaining Peacekeeping Forces
A third of the promised 12,000-strong force hasn’t yet deployed to the troubled north.

Device Allows Paralyzed Man to Control Hand With His Mind
An implanted sensor allowed the brain signal to bypass his injured spinal cord to reach the muscles of his hand.

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