VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 8, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: police and protesters clash on anniversary of Chile’s military coup, North Korea announces trial for detained American citizen, mobile lab speeds up ebola testing in Sierra Leone, and Egypt’s president urges calm over massive power outages.

CHILE
Violence at Santiago March on 41st Coup Anniversary
​Demonstration held annually honors the thousands killed or disappeared and the tens of thousands imprisoned and tortured during Augusto Pinochet’s brutal reign.

NORTH KOREA
​U.S. Citizen to be Tried for ‘Hostile Act’ Next Week
​Matthew Todd Miller has been held since he allegedly ripped up his tourist visa and demanded asylum in April.

SIERRA LEONE
Mobile Lab Offers Quicker Ebola Testing in Freetown ​
Equipment flown in from South Africa decreases waiting time for diagnoses from days to hours.​

EGYPT
Leader Calls for Calm Over Widespread Power Outages
​President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is urging Egyptian citizens to be patient while the country looks into the situation.

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