The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French forces break suspected militant recruitment ring in country's south, rain hampers aid efforts in flood-stricken Malawi, stalled donor funding forces UN to stop payments for Gaza reconstruction, and the burden of childcare is making it hard for many South Korean women to work.
Police Bust Militant Ring in Southern Town
Five men suspected of links to radical groups were arrested in Lunel on Tuesday, three weeks after attacks killed 17 people in Paris.
Rain Deepens Misery for Flood-Stricken Communities
Delivery of aid has been hampered by additional rain. Agencies say the prevention of waterborne diseases, such as cholera and malaria, is a priority.
GAZA (Rockets and Revenge)
UN Runs Out of Money to Help Palestinians Repair Homes
Stalled international funding has forced the UN's main agency in the Palestinian enclave to halt payments for reconstruction efforts.
Childcare Concerns Contribute To a Dwindling Female Workforce
A shortage of dependable options makes it burdensome for women to take jobs after having kids. The world's fastest-aging developed nation has a culture of idealizing stay-at-home moms, and women earn around 65 cents on the dollar to men.
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