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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French defense minister announces end to Mali military operations, denial and suspicion hinder efforts to contain ebola virus in Sierra Leone, Afghan presidential candidates agree to accept results of recount, and Peru considers old strategy to combat drug trafficking.
France to Widen Military Operations to Sahel Region
Foreign minister says the troops will be redeployed to protect the area from extremists.
Fear Fuels the Spread of Ebola
Health workers say many people refuse to get tested and choose to stay home even if they exhibit symptoms.
Opponents Agree to Accept Recount Results
The United Nations will supervise a full audit of the June 14 presidential run-off.
Government Considers Old Strategy to Fight Drug Trade
The military may soon be allowed to shoot down planes used to smuggle drugs.
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