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

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Peruvian government evacuates Amazonian villages following raid by indigenous tribe, UN transports food aid to South Sudanese civilians by the Nile River, dozens of rare seals mysteriously die off UK beaches, and displaced Afghan families face a harsh winter in makeshift camps.

PERU
Tribal Attack Forces Evacuation of Amazonian Communities
Around 200 men of the Mashco-Piro tribe raided a village for food and tools last week.

SOUTH SUDAN
UN Begins Aid Delivery Using Nile Route
Sudan’s border had been closed since South Sudan declared independence in 2011, forcing shipments to be delivered by air.

UNITED KINGDOM
Mysterious Seal Deaths Worry Conservationists
Wildlife experts have not yet determined why more than 40 rare gray seals have died off Cornish beaches over the last two months.

AFGHANISTAN
Difficult Winter Ahead for Displaced Families in Makeshift Camps
‚ÄčThousands have fled their homes as the Taliban retake areas previously cleared by foreign forces.‚Äč

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