VICE News Daily: Drama in Okinawa Over Relocation of U.S. Base

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Archaeologists may have discovered a Nazi hideout in the Argentinian jungle, schools in southern Malawi remain closed after a flooding disaster in January, a delay in the relocation of a U.S. air base in Okinawa, and how the world’s oldest and deepest freshwater lake is shrinking.

ARGENTINA
Archaeologists Study Site of Possible Nazi Jungle Hideout
Legend has it a close aide of Adolf Hitler lived there.

MALAWI
Schools Remain Shut Months After Heavy Flooding
Many were swept away and others remain badly damaged.

JAPAN
Okinawa Governor Delays Relocation of U.S. Air Base
The dispute could create a diplomatic headache for Tokyo.

RUSSIA
Water Level of Lake Baikal Reaches 30-Year Low
​Experts blame a combination of climate change and the increased use of hydropower.​

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