Fairytale War? China to unveil its own ‘Disneyland’

Set to open next month, China’s brand new entertainment complex cost significantly less to build than Disneyland. But its owner, who heads the large Wanda property group, says he has the secret to success.

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North Korea’s Nuclear Threat: VICE News Interviews Victor Cha

Victor Cha was President George W. Bush’s top advisor on North Korea and participated in the Six-Party Talks, in which the US, Russia, China, Japan and South Korea tried to negotiate with the regime of late leader Kim Jong-il to halt North Korea’s nuclear program. The talks were unsuccessful, and North Korea’s nuclear capabilities have never been greater.

In January, North Korea conducted a nuclear test for the fourth time since 2009, successfully detonating what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb. A month later, North Korea launched a satellite into orbit, violating an international ban on ballistic missile testing. The UN Security Council recently voted to enact harsh new sanctions, which prompted young leader Kim Jong-un to publicly order his military to ready their nukes for use at any time.

VICE News sat down with Cha, now a senior adviser and the Korea Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, to talk about North Korea’s nuclear threats, Pyongyang’s uneasy alliance with China, and the state of the Kim regime.

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VICE News Daily: Haiti’s Supreme Voodoo Leader Passes Away

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Chile marks Pinochet coup anniversary, China launches a satellite, Haiti’s top voodoo leader dies, and healing pains with Egypt’s desert sands.

CHILE
Protests Mark Anniversary of 1973 Coup
Demonstrations are held every year in Santiago and often result in clashes.

CHINA
Successful Launch of First Experimental Satellite
It will be used to test frequencies for high-speed broadband internet.

HAITI
Supreme Voodoo Leader Dies at 79
Max Beauvoir played an important role in improving voodoo’s image around the world.

EGYPT
Sand Therapy Treats Joint Pain
Healers say the heat acts as a vacuum to suck toxins out of the body.

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VICE News Daily: Deadly Sandstorm Blankets Lebanon

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Powerful sandstorm hits Lebanon, China marks an important anniversary in Tibet, a new Egyptian taxi service and Colombia’s border dispute with Venezuela grows.

LEBANON
Deadly Sandstorm Sweeps Middle East
Clouds of dust forced planes to divert and engulfed Israel, Jordan and Cyprus.

CHINA
Officials Mark Tibet Anniversary
More than 20,000 people from all over the region attended the ceremony.

EGYPT
Women-Only Taxi Service Launches
A new law issued last year punishes sexual harassment with at least six months in jail.

COLOMBIA
Diplomatic Spat With Venezuela Grows
Rights groups say more than 1,000 Colombians have been deported.

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VICE News Daily: English Lessons For Iraq’s Yazidi Children

The VICE News Capsule is a daily news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Record heat and smog in the Ukrainian capital, displaced Yazidi children learn English in Iraq, riot police and soccer in China, and what’s making the wheels on the bus go round across America.

UKRAINE
Record-Breaking Heat Grips Kiev
The city is experiencing scorching temperatures and air pollution is 18 times higher than average in some neighborhoods.

IRAQ
Yazidi Children Learn English Through Song
A former dean of the University of Hawaii is managing a school for hundreds of kids displaced by Islamic State attacks.

CHINA
Riot Police Monitor World Cup Qualifying Match Against Hong Kong
More than a thousand officers were deployed over fears residual tension from last year’s Umbrella protests would flare.

U.S.A.
Iconic Yellow School Buses Are Going Green
A growing number of them are using propane, natural gas, or electricity.

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VICE News Daily: Child Malnutrition Increases in Yemen

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Conflict starves Yemen’s children, Egypt clamps down on smuggling tunnels, America’s second-largest police force gets body cameras, and China’s first domestically produced commercial plane.

YEMEN
Children Increasingly Suffer From Malnutrition
Around half of all kids under five are too short for their age.

U.S.A.
LAPD Rolls Out First Body Cameras For Police
The department spent two years fundraising to buy more than 7,000 devices.

EGYPT
Military Destroys Smuggling Tunnels to Gaza
The underground network was a lifeline to the Islamist group Hamas, which collected millions in taxes from banned goods.

CHINA
First Domestically Developed Jet Cleared For Service
More than 5,000 new planes are needed to meet demand.

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Noisia Radio S01E09

This week it’s Thijs and Nik as Martijn is on the road playing shows in Germany and Switzerland. We’ve got music from China and Japan, some weird game music, a Dirty Man, and lots of new drum&bass!

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VICE News Daily: Residents Displaced in Chinese Industrial Explosion

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: U.S. warplanes take off from inside Turkey, a huge explosion displaces residents in China, Peru incinerates its drug problem, and scientists make a big find in PTSD research.

TURKEY
U.S. Launches Strikes Against IS From Incirlik Air Base
The location of the base drastically cuts the distance American warplanes have to fly.

CHINA
Residents Displaced Following Warehouse Explosions
More than 5,000 people are staying in temporary shelters.

PERU
Lima Police Incinerate Seized Drugs
Authorities have burned more than 35,000 pounds of narcotics so far in 2015.

SCIENCE
PTSD ‘Signature’ Found in Veterans’ Brains
A distinct pattern of broken nerve fibers was observed in soldiers who had survived bomb blasts.

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VICE News Daily: The Saudi King’s Lavish French Riviera Vacation

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Rescuers work to free trapped miners in China, Obama’s controversial remarks in Kenya, Colombia’s surprise decision on the FARC rebels, and why so many local French are angry at the Saudi king.

CHINA
Trapped Miners Show Signs of Life
A tunnel caved-in on 11 workers in China’s southwestern Yunnan province.

KENYA
Christians Reject Obama’s Push for Gay Rights
Homosexuality is illegal in Kenya and discriminating laws often have broad public support.

COLOMBIA
Government Halts Air Raids on FARC Rebels
The decision came days after the militant group imposed its own unilateral ceasefire.

FRANCE
Saudi King’s Visit Forces Beach Closure
Residents are angry that a public beach near the monarch’s villa has been forced to close for security reasons.

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VICE News Daily: Worsening Conditions for Migrants in Greece

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: ​The Greek islands are no paradise for newly arrived migrants, British volunteers ​test ​a new Ebola vaccine, Mexico opens its oil fields to foreign investment​,​ and smugglers are bringing US meat products into China.

GREECE
Migrants Live in Squalid Conditions
The country’s financial crisis has ​worsened sanitation and safety for people seeking asylum.

UNITED KINGDOM
Volunteers Test Ebola Vaccine
Researchers hope to find out if the new drug creates more antibodies to fight the virus.

MEXICO
Auction Held to Open Up Oil Sector
It’s the first test of reforms passed last year to increase foreign investment in the industry.

CHINA
Smugglers Bring US Meat From Hong Kong
Authorities seized 100,000 tons of smuggled frozen meat last month​, some of which was decades old​.

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VICE News Daily: Tibetan Monk Dies in Chinese Prison

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Hungary begins building a fence to keep out migrants, a prominent political prisoner dies in China, India’s first female bus driver takes to the road, and Uruguay’s marijuana industry is struggling.

HUNGARY
Work Begins on Border Fence
More than 80,000 migrants have entered the country this year.

CHINA
High-Profile Tibetan Monk Dies in Prison
Tenzin Delek was serving a 20-year sentence for charges related to a 2002 park bombing.

INDIA
Bus Company Hires First Female Driver
It’s part of an effort to make women feel safer on buses after a high-profile gang rape in 2012.

URUGUAY
Marijuana Business Slow to Grow
Police continue to harass growers and pharmacies have not yet begun to carry the plant.

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VICE News Daily: Al Shabaab Attacks Diplomatic Convoy in Mogadishu

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Residents of a Shanghai suburb don’t want petrochemicals in their neighborhood, Al-Shabaab targets a vehicle carrying Emirati diplomats in Mogadishu, Russia’s retaliation for extended sanctions, and how drought is affecting animals in northern Chile.

CHINA
Thousands Protest Petrochemical Plant
Residents of Jinshan are concerned over reports a plant that produces paraxylene will be relocated to their district.

SOMALIA
Car Bomb Targets Military Trainers from the United Arab Emirates
At least 12 people were killed, but the diplomats survived the attack.

RUSSIA
President Putin Extends Ban on Western Food Imports
It’s his response to an agreement by the EU to prolong sanctions on the country for its annexation of Crimea and involvement in the Ukraine conflict.

CHILE
Drought Decimates Livestock Population in Northern Region
Thousands have died since conditions began in 2007, and ranchers say they’re losing more animals this year than ever before.

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VICE News Daily: Egypt Demolishes Mubarak Party HQ

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Islamic State destroys Syria’s infamous Tadmur prison near Palmyra, students in Nepal return to classes for the first time since a massive earthquake damaged more than 8,000 schools, Egyptian demolition crews began taking down the burnt-out headquarters of former President Hosni Mubarak’s political party, and China’s new tough smoking ban takes effect.

SYRIA
Islamic State Destroys Infamous Syrian Prison
After taking control of Palmyra, IS militants destroyed Tadmur prison known for holding thousands of political prisoners.

NEPAL
Schools Reopen After Devastating Earthquake
More than 8,000 learning centers were damaged in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck more than a month ago.

EGYPT
Demolition Begins at Mubarak Party Headquarters
The burnt-out NDP building was destroyed during the 2011 uprising and became a symbol of Mubarak’s iron-fisted rule.

CHINA
Beijing Implements Toughest Smoking Ban to Date
An estimated 1.5 million people die of smoking related illnesses in China each year.

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VICE News Daily: Turkey’s War on Press Freedom

The VICE News Capsule is a daily news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: WWII bomb forces evacuation of the German city of Cologne, Chinese police bust tomb-raiders in northern province, Turkish president lambasts media outlets critical of his government, and scientists announce a new human ancestor following fossil discoveries in Ethiopia.

GERMANY
Thousands Evacuated From Cologne Over WWII Bomb
Every year, munitions experts detonate or defuse around 2,000 pounds of unexploded bombs across the country.

CHINA
Police Conduct Tomb-Raiding Bust in Northern Province
Authorities arrested 175 people and recovered nearly 1,200 artifacts following a nine-month investigation.

TURKEY
President Erdogan Slams Critical Media Ahead of Elections
A New York Times editorial had accused him of “brute manipulation of the political process.”

ETHIOPIA
Fossils Shed Light on Previously Unknown Human Ancestors
Scientists believe a newly discovered species lived alongside the famous ‘Lucy’.

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VICE News Daily: Fighting Food Waste in France

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Tensions continue to brew in the South China Sea, French lawmakers approve law aimed at cutting food waste, a new type of human trafficking in Europe, and U.S. tourism to Cuba rises with the thaw in diplomatic relations.

SOUTH CHINA SEA
Beijing Defends Construction Activities
On Tuesday, China held a groundbreaking ceremony for two lighthouses it’s building in the internationally disputed waters.

FRANCE
Lower House Approves Law on Supermarket Waste
Under the bill, managers of large chains could be fined 75,000 euros or jailed for two years if their stores are tossing unsold but edible food.

EUROPE
Traffickers Use Poverty to Orchestrate Fake Marriages
Eastern European women are lured with promises of money and employment. They’re marrying illegal migrants looking to secure legal status, and they’re often left with nothing.

CUBA
U.S. Tourism Surges 36% with Improved Relations
Americans are flocking to the country despite the travel restrictions in place.

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VICE News Daily: Rome’s First Same-Sex Civil Unions

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Guinea copes with an increase in Ebola cases, Rome’s first civil unions, China’s success in reducing carbon emissions, and Brazilian scientists propose saffron to fight dengue fever.

GUINEA
Government Responds to Spike in New Ebola Cases
A public awareness campaign aims to get residents in the country’s west to frequently wash their hands and stop improper burials.

ITALY
Couples Sign Rome’s First Civil Union Registry
They get tax and housing benefits, as well as access to family health and social services.

CHINA
Government Reports Decrease in Carbon Emissions
The country recorded a nearly 5% drop in the first four months of 2015, compared to the same period last year.

BRAZIL
Researchers Say Saffron Could Help Combat Dengue Epidemic
With light exposure, an active compound in the spice produces molecules highly toxic to mosquitos.

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VICE News Daily: Deported and Desperate for Hope in Guatemala

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Hungary promises to clean up worrying toxic waste at the site of a former chemical plant, Israel returns confiscated fishing boats to Gaza, Guatemalan program gives deported migrant children hope for a better future, and a pair of unlikely environmentalists in northern China.

HUNGARY
Government Vows to Remove Chemical Waste
Authorities will clean up around 1,000 leaky and rusted barrels from the Budapest Chemical Works site after Greenpeace warned of an imminent environmental disaster.

GAZA
Israel Returns Some Fishing Boats, but Blockade Continues
Fifteen vessels were given back, but Palestinians want Israel to widen their authorized fishing zone.

GUATEMALA
Government Training Program for Deported Migrant Children
The students will have a chance to learn English; and can take their pick of tourism, computer, and other classes to gain a variety of skills.

CHINA
Environmentalists Plant Thousands of Trees Despite Challenges
​One man is blind, while the other has no arms. Together, they’ve helped improve the air quality in a heavily polluted area in the country’s north.

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The Worst Internship Ever: Japan’s Labor Pains

Japan is facing a serious labor shortage, a problem that can be traced back to an aging population and a prevailing fear that immigrants will dilute the country’s pure gene pool. In order to keep the world’s third-largest economy afloat, the Japanese government offers an internship program that attracts foreign workers from China, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The program, which allows workers to stay for three years, is advertised as providing laborers with transferrable new skills for when they return home.

VICE News recently traveled to Japan to investigate the internship program. We found that many interns are underpaid, saddled with insurmountable debt, and forced into a form of indentured servitude. Many are illegally placed as oyster shuckers, construction workers, and other unskilled positions. And, despite international condemnation, Japan plans to use thousands of new foreign interns to build the infrastructure for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

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Exploiting Foreign Workers: Japan’s Labor Pains (Trailer)

Japan is facing a serious labor shortage, a problem that can be traced back to an aging population and a prevailing fear that immigrants will dilute the country’s pure gene pool. In order to keep the world’s third-largest economy afloat, the Japanese government offers an internship program that attracts foreign workers from China, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The program, which allows workers to stay for three years, is advertised as providing laborers with transferrable new skills for when they return home.

VICE News recently traveled to Japan to investigate the internship program. We found that many interns are underpaid, saddled with insurmountable debt, and forced into a form of indentured servitude. Many are illegally placed as oyster shuckers, construction workers, and other unskilled positions. And, despite international condemnation, Japan plans to use thousands of new foreign interns to build the infrastructure for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

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VICE News Daily: Yemen Digs Out Following Airstrikes

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Engineering teams in Sanaa removed weapons and unexploded bombs from streets, China rescued 64 babies from human trafficking gangs across the country, Kenya is looking to create more secure money transferring firms, and Romania arrested more than 100 suspected organized crime members.

YEMEN
Sanaa Rebuilds After Weeks Of Airstrikes
Residents started digging out of the rubble after weeks of Saudi-led airstrikes.

CHINA
Police Rescue Trafficked Babies
Authorities busted six baby trafficking gangs across the country.

SOMALIA
Kenya To Reopen Cash Transfers
Money transfer firms were closed in response to the Garissa University attack, cutting off Somalis from much needed funds.

ROMANIA
Organized Crime Ring Dismantled
Police say they busted a highly organized crime ring worth almost 11 million dollars.

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VICE News Daily: Renewed Fighting in Eastern Ukraine Threatens Ceasefire

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: fighting has renewed in Ukraine, Sudanese citizens take to the polls, attacks by Maoist rebels kill police officers in central India, and China is limiting the number of visits that its citizens from Shenzen can make to Hong Kong.

UKRAINE
Renewed Fighting Threatens Ceasefire
Fighting in eastern Ukraine has renewed after relative calm since February.

SUDAN
First Presidential Poll Since South Sudan Seceded
Sudanese citizens take to the polls in the country’s three-day presidential election as opposition parties call for a boycott.

INDIA
Maoist Rebels Carry Out String of Attacks
A string of attacks carried out by Maoist rebels have killed 13 police officers in central India.

HONG KONG
Trade Dispute Affects Visa Policy
China is limiting the number of visits that its citizens from Shenzen can make to Hong Kong in a bid to ease tensions over trade.

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VICE News Daily: Chile’s First Legal Crop of Medical Marijuana Harvested

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Indian police kill 20 sandalwood smugglers, China’s tourism ministry will keep track of bad behavior abroad, Libyan troops secure medical supplies, and Chile’s first legal crop of medical marijuana harvested.

INDIA
Sandalwood Smugglers Killed by Police
Indian police killed 20 smugglers suspected of logging endangered sandalwood.

CHINA
Tourism Ministry Begins Tracking Bad Behavior
Beijing will keep track of its citizens’ bad behavior for up to two years in an effort to curb embarrassing incidents.

LIBYA
Medical Equipment Secured in Benghazi
Troops have secured critical medical supplies after a serious shortage due to fighting in Benghazi.

CHILE
First Medicinal Marijuana Crop Harvested
Cancer patients will benefit from Chile’s first legally harvested crop of medical marijuana.

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VICE News Daily: Vatican Opens its Doors to Rome’s Homeless

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Ghana trains to fight piracy as attacks increase off West Africa, the world’s largest ships will soon be able to travel through the Panama Canal, Pope Francis opens his doors to some of Rome’s most disadvantaged, and a Chinese archaeologist claims to crack a rocky mystery.

GHANA
Military Exercise to Battle Piracy in Gulf of Guinea
The waters off Somalia’s coast used to be the most dangerous, but there’s been an uptick in attacks off West Africa in recent years.

PANAMA
$17 Billion Upgrade to Boost Capacity
Workers are installing 22-story locks that would allow the canal to accommodate the world’s largest ships.

VATICAN CITY
Pope Francis Extends a Special Invitation for a Private Tour
On Thursday, 150 homeless people were granted a rare opportunity to visit the Vatican’s museums and the Sistine Chapel.

CHINA
Stone Circles May Have Been Ancient Worship Sites
An archaeologist says an earlier theory that the more than 200 circles were grave sites is unlikely since the soil is undisturbed.

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VICE News Daily: Tracing Seafood to Slavery

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Nigeria readies for a tight presidential race, Ukraine’s government sends a stern message to corrupt politicians, an AP investigation links modern-day slaves to America’s seafood market, and China’s new rules for public square-dancing.

NIGERIA
Preparations Ahead of Saturday’s Election
The country closes its borders to keep foreigners out and issues a ban on road traffic during polling hours.

UKRAINE
A New Take on Reality Television
The head of the state emergency services and his deputy were detained during a televised cabinet meeting on Wednesday.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Slavery and the U.S. Seafood Market
A year-long investigation by the Associated Press found hundreds of Burmese men are forced to work as fishermen in Indonesia. Some of the seafood caught winds up on American dinner tables.

CHINA
Government Regulates Public Square-Dancing
Some 600 fitness instructors will teach 12 approved routines to millions of Chinese women who dance outdoors to keep fit.

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VICE News Daily: Indigenous and Unprotected in Peru’s Amazon

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Syrian military helicopter crashes in rebel-controlled territory, Russians rally over repayment of foreign-currency mortgages, China’s top weather scientist warns of ‘huge impact’ of climate change, and indigenous communities in Peru’s Amazon say the government needs to do more to protect their lands from illegal logging.

SYRIA
Military Helicopter Crashes in Rebel-Controlled Territory
At least four crew members were taken hostage by rebels, according to activist reports.

RUSSIA
Dozens Detained at Moscow Protest Against Foreign-Currency Mortgages
Thousands took out dollar-denominated loans to secure lower interest rates years ago, but are now paying the ultimate price following the plunge of the ruble.

CHINA
Top Meteorologist Warns of Consequences of Climate Change
Zheng Guogang says drought, storms, and warmer temperatures will affect the country’s crop yields and infrastructure.

PERU
Indigenous Groups Await Protection from Illegal Loggers
Leaders say the government hasn’t made good on its promise to reduce deforestation and protect native communities.

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