The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah claims victory despite preliminary results, thousands of Yemenis displaced by fighting north of Sanaa, UN calls for Central American migrants to be treated as refugees, and Peru raids hideouts of the Shining Path guerrilla group.
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Abdullah Abdullah Claims Victory Despite Early Results
Observers are worried a standoff between candidates would plunge the country into chaos as foreign troops leave.
10,000 Families Flee Fighting in Northern City
Houthi tribesmen have fought government forces to secure greater autonomy on and off for the last decade.
UN Urges Treatment of Central American Migrants as Refugees
President Obama has requested nearly $4 billion in emergency funding from Congress to cope with the influx.
Government Forces Crack Down on Shining Path
Troops raided two hideouts and rescued five people the guerrilla group had held hostage.
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