VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 6, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: Shelling kills several children at a school in a suburb of the Syrian capital, Dutch navy’s largest ship to deliver critical supplies to Ebola-hit nations, German-Lebanese man on trial for joining the Islamic State wants a second chance at a normal life, and a businessman builds his family a replica of the White House in Iraq’s northern Kurdish region.

Mortar Attack Kills Several Children in Damascus Suburb
​A monitoring group says at least 11 were killed in Qalamoun on Wednesday, and activists have blamed government forces.

Ship to Deliver Millions in Aid to Ebola-Hit Nations
​’Karel Doorman’ is due to deliver its first shipment around November 20th for a three-month mission, and has an entire hospital in a container onboard. ​

Man on Trial for Joining the Islamic State in Syria
​The 24-year-old says he wants to return to normal life and is willing to cooperate with German authorities.​

Businessman Brings Washington to Erbil
​The father of five hopes to move into his 3,200-square-foot replica of the White House in a few months.​

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