VICE News Daily: Macedonia’s Migrant Train Station

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Migrants in Macedonia struggle to reach Western Europe, Sudan’s Nile River is dangerously polluted, Georgia’s main independent TV channel faces closure, and spider webs cover the Argentine countryside.

MACEDONIA
Migrants Crowd Trains to Reach Western Europe
The Red Cross estimates 2,000 people are arriving to the train station from Greece daily.

SUDAN
Nile Water Pollution Threatens Public Health
The UN says waterborne diseases make up 80% of reported illnesses in the country.

GEORGIA
Independent TV Channel Faces Shutdown
A Tbilsi court freezes the property assets of the Rustavi 2 network.

ARGENTINA
Spider Webs Blanket Countryside
Rising water levels prompted the arachnids to seek higher ground to build their nests.

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