VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – May, 29 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French riot police clear makeshift migrant camps to contain a scabies outbreak, Lebanese soldiers use violence to control a crowd of Syrians rushing to vote at their embassy, Congolese children are flown to reunite with their adoptive Italian parents after a months-long political row, and Google rolls out a new driverless car prototype.

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Police Bulldoze Migrant Camps Due to ‘Deplorable Hygiene’
A scabies outbreak forces authorities to clear hundreds of migrants from makeshift camps in the port city of Calais.

Soldiers Violently Confront Syrians Trying to Rush Embassy
Troops used batons and sticks as hordes of Syrians forced their way in to cast their ballots in the presidential vote.

Congolese Children Reunited With Adoptive Families
It took months to convince the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo the children would not be sold into human trafficking rings.

Google Unveils Another Driverless Car
The prototype has no gas or brake pedals and no steering wheel, freeing the two passengers inside from any responsibility.

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