Panama President Juan Carlos Varela and spouse Lorena Castillo host a farewell ceremony at the airport for Pope Francis after five days of World Youth Day festivities. IMAGES
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Panama’s new leader urges gangs to turn a new leaf, Pakistan’s new anti-terror law criticized as draconian, young Somalis fight piracy with education, and NASA launches rocket to measure carbon dioxide from space.
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New President Offers Gangs One-Month Amnesty
Juan Carlos Varela urges the country’s 200 criminal gangs to join civilian life.
New Anti-Terror Law Criticized as Too Harsh
The legislation allows police to shoot and kill alleged terrorists, and detain suspects for up to 60 days without charge.
Youth Fight Piracy With Education
Group hopes to convince young people there are alternatives to earn a decent living.
NASA Rocket to Study Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere
The mission will tell scientists more about how greenhouse gases influence climate change.
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