Intl News: Beyond The Headlines – November 10, 2014 [Video]

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: Protest held in Barcelona against unofficial vote on Catalonia’s independence from Spain, protesters burn door of Mexico’s National Palace over news that dozens of missing university students were killed, coalition air strikes in Iraq may or may not have injured or killed the Islamic State’s top leader, and Syrian children demand to go to school after the Islamic State shut theirs down.

Catalan Referendum Meets Resistance
Far-right protesters burned flags and chanted fascist slogans in Barcelona on Sunday as a million people turned out to participate in the symbolic vote.

Heightened Tensions Following News of Missing Students’ Deaths
A group of angry protesters set fire to the wooden door of the National Palace in Mexico City on Saturday.

Condition of Islamic State Leader Unclear Following Air Strikes
Coalition air strikes near the city of Mosul targeted senior members of the group, but details surrounding the fate of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi are still murky.

Children Demand Their School is Reopened
The Islamic State has reportedly shut down schools to review and amend curriculum to include more religious studies.

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