A protest is held in front of Vale headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, three days after a mine dam owned by the company collapsed, leaving hundreds missing in Brumadinho, in Minas Gerais state. Protesters are demanding for the re-nationalization of the mining company which was run by the state until 1997.
Brazilian families of those still missing after a tsunami of toxic mud broke through a dam at an iron-ore mine owned by Vale near the town of Brumadinho, in Minas Gerais, continue to wait for information three days after the disaster, which killed at least 60 people.
Rescue workers search mud as more than 37 people are confirmed dead and 250 are still missing after a dam collapsed in the state of Minas Gerais. IMAGES
The President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro arrives to Confins, in southeast Brazil, to observe the damage created after a dam collapsed at a mine in Brumaldinho, Minas Gerais, killing at least nine. IMAGES
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Shelling kills dozens of civilians in eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, Tokyo protesters criticize prime minister’s response to hostage situation, journalist who first reported on death of Argentinian state prosecutor flees to Israel, and three densely populated Brazilian states are facing their worst drought since 1930.
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Shelling Leaves Dozens Dead in Mariupol
President Petro Poroshenko says a de-escalation of the conflict is the only way forward.
Tokyo Protesters Criticize Government Response to Hostage Crisis
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe refused to heed to the Islamic State’s demands of $200 million in exchange for the release of two Japanese hostages. One is believed to have been executed after the Friday deadline was not met.
Journalist Who First Reported Nisman Death Flees to Israel
Damian Pachter said he left because he feared for his life. Alberto Nisman was found dead the night before he was due to testify that he suspected the country’s president had conspired to cover up a notorious 1994 bomb attack.
Severe Drought Persists in Densely Populated States
The environment minister says residents in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Minas Gerais must conserve water to cope with the worsening situation.
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