VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 30, 2014

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​The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: More than 20 tons of illegal drugs destroyed in the Afghan capital, Israeli authorities destroy cave home of Palestinian family in East Jerusalem, New York City schools asked to stay on the lookout for bullying related to Ebola outbreak, and Slovakian startup unveils flying car prototype at Vienna technology conference.

Police Destroy 20 Tons of Confiscated Drugs
Authorities continue to seize raw opium around the capital Kabul despite U.S. efforts to halt production.

Authorities Demolish Palestinian Family’s Home…Again
The family moved into a cave after their home was demolished last year, and was forced to move again on Wednesday when it was decided their unusual dwelling would be razed as well.

New York City Schools On Alert Over Ebola Bullying
Two Senegalese-American boys were taunted and beaten on Friday at their school in the Bronx.

Flying Cars Could Be Coming Soon to a Sky Near You
AeroMobil says they’ve developed the world’s most advanced flying car, and that it could go on sale as early as 2017.

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