VICE News Daily: Russia’s Largest Military Exercise of 2015

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Mozambique is landmine free, U.S. soldier charged with desertion appears in court, enslaved Burmese fishermen are released, and Russia holds massive military drills.

MOZAMBIQUE
Last-Known Landmine Cleared
An estimated 8,000 people lost their limbs to mines.

U.S.A.
Military Says American War Prisoner Deliberately “Snuck Off”
It was Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl’s first court appearance since he was charged with desertion.

MYANMAR
Enslaved Fisherman Return Home
Thousands of workers have been freed since Thai authorities began investigating trafficking allegations.

RUSSIA
Military Holds Largest Exercise This Year
Nearly 100,000 soldiers took part in the drills.

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VICE News Daily: Civilian Toll of Cameroon’s Fight Against Boko Haram

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Indonesia arrests forest fire suspects, Mexico demands Egypt investigate accidental tourist attack, alleged rights abuses in Cameroon’s Boko Haram offensive, and Palestine’s first planned city is ready for residents.

INDONESIA
Authorities Hunt Forest Fire Suspects
Hundreds of troops have been mobilized to fight the blazes.

EGYPT
Mexican Authorities Demand Investigation Into Attack
A group of 22 tourists had just pulled off the road when the army opened fire.

CAMEROON
Conflict With Boko Haram Spreads
Rights group Amnesty International claims the government is responsible for some abuses.

WEST BANK
Families Move Into First Planned City
The town will house 40,000 residents and create around 5,000 jobs.

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VICE News Daily: North Korea Restarts its Main Nuclear Plant

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Peruvian army investigated for alleged weapons trafficking, North Korea restarts its main nuclear plant, Syria’s president blames Europe for the migrant crisis, and an invention that could encourage more veiled Muslim women to hit the gym.

PERU
Army Investigated For Alleged Weapons Trafficking
The probe follows the recent discovery of 53 military-grade grenades in a suburban Lima home.

NORTH KOREA
Main Nuclear Complex ‘Fully Operational’
Recent satellite imagery indicated new activity in two areas of the plant.

SYRIA
Assad Deflects Blame For Migrant Crisis
The president called for a united front to battle insurgents.

UNITED KINGDOM
Athletic Hijab Encourages Muslim Girls to Join Sports
Many veiled women are reluctant to exercise in front of men.

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VICE News Daily: Estonia’s Defense Militia Grows

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Nepal votes to remain a secular state, Afghan prisoners break free, an Estonian militia trains volunteers, and California’s water wells dry up.

NEPAL
Lawmakers Reject Calls to Bring Back Hindu State
More than two-thirds of the constituent assembly voted to keep the secular system in place.

AFGHANISTAN
Hundreds Escape Prison Following Taliban Attack
Six militants disguised in police uniforms stormed the compound early Monday morning.

ESTONIA
Russian Fears Spur Militia Membership
Around 16,000 volunteers have joined since last year.

U.S.A.
California Water Wells Run Dry
One of the worst droughts in the state’s history has hit the central valley the hardest.

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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: Hazardous Smog Blankets Singapore

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: India investigates a Saudi diplomat, Singapore’s air quality drops, Germany exhumes a Soviet statue, and Boston researchers devise a treatment for sepsis.

INDIA
Saudi Diplomat Accused of Raping Maids
Police were tipped off after a domestic helper ran away and approached a nonprofit.

SINGAPORE
Air Pollution Reaches Highest Levels
Smoke from Indonesian forest fires wafts north towards the city-state.

GERMANY
Bust of Vladimir Lenin Unearthed
The statue was originally installed in East Berlin in 1970.

HEALTH
New Device Treats Septic Shock
The system has been shown to be 99% effective in animal trials.

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VICE News Daily: London Protesters Block Major Arms Fair

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Pakistani journalists are gunned down, Myanmar’s President takes part in peace talks, London protesters block a major arms fair, and Germany’s newspapers welcome migrants.

PAKISTAN
Journalists Killed in Twin Attacks
The two murdered had worked for the private station Geo TV.

MYANMAR
President Thein Sein Meets Rebel Negotiators
Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi urged the minorities not to rush the deal.

UNITED KINGDOM
Protesters Disrupt Major Weapons Fair
An estimated 30,000 people will attend the four-day event.

GERMANY
Newspapers Welcome Migrants in Arabic
Berlin’s mayor wants to show his city is open and tolerant.

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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: Colombia Seizes Cocaine Disguised as Printer Toner

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Spain catches migrants from Morocco, Senegal tries a former dictator, Colombia and Mexico make a joint drug bust, and America hosts a major multinational naval exercise.

SPAIN
Migrants Found in Carnival Trucks
More than 60% of refugees enter the country through north African enclaves such as Melilla.

SENEGAL
Chad’s Former Leader Faces Trial For War Crimes
It’s the first time one African country has tried the leader of another.

COLOMBIA
Cocaine Found on Flight to Mexico
Police seized 48 boxes of drugs disguised as printer toner.

U.S.A.
International Force Holds Amphibious Exercises
Operation Dawn Blitz is one of the biggest naval drills in the world.

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VICE News Daily: Moldovans Hold Mass Anti-Government Rally

The VICE News Capsule is a daily news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Airstrikes hit Yemeni capital, Moldovans rally against their government, Thai junta delays return to democracy, and Bolivia’s struggling textile industry.

YEMEN
Airstrikes Target Houthi Rebels in the Capital
They come a day after a militia attack that killed members of the Arab military coalition.

MOLDOVA
Mass Rally Against Billion-Dollar Government Fraud
Protesters are demanding the resignation of the president.

THAILAND
Military Rulers Extend Grip on Power
They rejected a new constitution, further delaying the transition to democracy.

BOLIVIA
Weak Textile Market Drives Workers Abroad
Successful used-clothing imports are forcing factories to lose money and lay off staff.

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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: Congolese Warlord Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ at The Hague

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Indian schoolchildren get food poisoning, Lithuania’s army grows, Greece intercepts an arms shipment, and a Congolese militia leader stands trial.

INDIA
Mass Food Poisoning Hits Primary School
The students ate free lunch as part of a nationwide program to fight malnutrition.

LITHUANIA
First Group of Draftees Receive Training
Mandatory conscription was reinstated over fears of Russian aggression.

GREECE
Coast Guard Seizes Weapons Bound For Libya
Local media reported the shipment was en route to an offshoot of the Islamic State.

WAR CRIMES
Congolese Warlord on Trial at The Hague
Bosco Ntaganda faces 18 charges of crimes against humanity.

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VICE News Daily: Nepal Protests Turn Deadly

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Nepal’s police crack down on protesters, Zambia suffers power shortages, classes resume in rebel-held areas of Ukraine, and Boston scientists develop a method to cure deafness.

NEPAL
Constitutional Protests Turn Deadly
The ethnic Madhesi community is demanding protection under the new charter.

ZAMBIA
Power Shortages Threaten Economic Growth
A severe drought has reduced electrical output at the country’s dams.

UKRAINE
Schools Reopen in Rebel-Held Donetsk
More than 80 schools have been damaged since fighting broke out.

SCIENCE
Deaf Mice Cured With Gene Therapy
Doctors re-engineered a virus to repair the damaged TMC1 gene.

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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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VICE News Daily: Nepal’s LGBT Activists Rally For Constitutional Rights

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Tropical Storm Erika leaves a mess in Dominica, Nepal’s LGBT community rallies, Brazil has a fish problem, and child migrants in Macedonia now have a place to go.

DOMINICA
Tropical Storm Erika Leaves Trail of Destruction
Hundreds of overflowing rivers and lakes have made the flooding worse.

NEPAL
Rally Demands Rights for LGBT Community
Activists want protections enshrined in the country’s new constitution.

BRAZIL
Dead Fish Wash Ashore Near Olympic Park
Experts think they’ve died because of toxins and untreated human waste in the water.

MACEDONIA
Makeshift Day Care Set Up For Migrant Children
Parents are given packages of baby food and hygiene products for the long journey towards Western Europe.

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VICE News Daily: Nigerians Mark 500 Days Since Schoolgirls Abducted

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French authorities clear out a Roma camp, Nigerians remember their missing schoolgirls, Pakistani women increasingly join the military, and Thailand will send Indonesian orangutans home.

FRANCE
Authorities Evacuate Roma Camp North of Paris
More than 200 people were evicted from the site near La Courneuve.

NIGERIA
‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Campaigners March 500 Days After Abductions
The group staged a youth walk in Abuja to mark the date.

PAKISTAN
Women Join Armed Forces in Greater Numbers
Female enrollment in the air service has tripled in the last seven years.

THAILAND
Orangutans to be Repatriated to Indonesia
The apes were found on the side of the road in Phuket in 2010.

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VICE News Daily: The Residents of Nigeria’s “Dustbin Estate”

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Nigeria’s most populous city has a housing problem, Indian veterans continue their hunger strike, prominent Iranians support the nuclear deal, and dog is man’s newest ally in the fight against cancer.

NIGERIA
Lagos Residents Build Homes in Garbage Dumps
A lack of affordable housing has pushed some people into the landfills.

INDIA
Army Veterans on Hunger Strike Over Pension Plan
Three ex-servicemen protest the government’s delay in starting a new retirement program.

IRAN
Prominent Activists Launch Campaign Supporting Nuclear Deal
More than 40 high-profile Iranians have posted videos on YouTube and Facebook.

UNITED KINGDOM
Cancer-Sniffing Dogs Assist Doctors
Canines have three hundred million sensory receptors compared with five million in humans.

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VICE News Daily: Venezuela Deports Colombians in Border Dispute

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Venezuela cracks down in border dispute, Ethiopians face a food shortage, Egypt restores artifacts for its newest museum, and Poland makes a World War II-era discovery.

VENEZUELA
Security Forces Crack Down on Colombia Border
At least one thousand Colombians living in the country have been deported.

ETHIOPIA
UN Warns 4.5 Million People Need Food Aid
Dry conditions have ruined the country’s crop harvests and killed livestock this year.

EGYPT
New Grand Museum Restores Thousands of Artifacts
The center was supposed to have opened years ago, but only the conservation building has been completed.

POLAND
World War II Plane Discovered in Lake
German artillery shelled the Soviet aircraft causing it to crash into the water.

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VICE News Daily: Lebanon’s Garbage Protests Turn Violent

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Donetsk residents rally in support of pro-Russia rebels, Lebanon’s garbage protests turn violent, Kenya considers fertility treatment for endangered rhinos, and Philadelphia prison inmates are hand-carving a gift for the pope.

UKRAINE
Donetsk Residents Rally Support For Separatists
Dozens came out with flags and banners in favor of the pro-Russia rebels, as Ukraine marks Independence Day.

LEBANON
Demonstrations Continue Over Waste Management Crisis
At least one person died and dozens were wounded in violent clashes with police.

KENYA
Rhino Conservancy Seeks Funding For Fertility Treatments
Three females and one male remain alive in the world, but none are capable of natural reproduction.

U.S.A.
Philadelphia Inmates Build Chair For Pope Francis
The inmates plan to give it as a gift during the pontiff’s two-day visit to the city next month.

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VICE News Daily: Al Qaeda Occupies Major Yemeni Port City

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Al Qaeda enters a major port in Yemen, South Koreans hope for improved relations with the North, Germany’s right wing causes trouble for migrants, and Brazil’s newest tower monitors the Amazon rainforest.

YEMEN
Al Qaeda Seizes Southern Port City
Militants bombed the main intelligence building in Aden’s western district.

SOUTH KOREA
Residents Hopeful Talks Will Ease Tensions
Two soldiers were wounded by North Korean landmines worsening relations.

GERMANY
Right Wing Protesters Clash Over Migrants
More than 30 police officers were hurt in scuffles with about 600 demonstrators.

BRAZIL
Amazon Tower to Monitor Climate Change
The 1,000-foot-tall structure allows scientists to observe the Amazon jungle’s ecosystem.

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VICE News Daily: Mexico Deploys Drones to Fight Turtle Poaching

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: The British ambassador is coming back to Tehran, hostages escape an Islamic militant group in the Philippines, Afghanistan promises to eradicate polio, and Mexico defends its turtle eggs.

IRAN
UK to Reopen Embassy in Tehran
Britain downgraded relations in 2011 after protesters stormed the ambassador’s residence.

PHILIPPINES
Hostages Escape Islamic Militants
The radical group Abu Sayyaf took the men along with a village leader in May.

AFGHANISTAN
Polio to Be Eradicated by 2015
More than 70,000 doctors and volunteers carried out prevention work on nearly eight million children this summer.

MEXICO
Drones to Fight Turtle Egg Poaching
A recent surge in stealing the alleged aphrodisiacs occurred on two beaches in Oaxaca.

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VICE News Daily: Macedonia’s Migrant Train Station

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Migrants in Macedonia struggle to reach Western Europe, Sudan’s Nile River is dangerously polluted, Georgia’s main independent TV channel faces closure, and spider webs cover the Argentine countryside.

MACEDONIA
Migrants Crowd Trains to Reach Western Europe
The Red Cross estimates 2,000 people are arriving to the train station from Greece daily.

SUDAN
Nile Water Pollution Threatens Public Health
The UN says waterborne diseases make up 80% of reported illnesses in the country.

GEORGIA
Independent TV Channel Faces Shutdown
A Tbilsi court freezes the property assets of the Rustavi 2 network.

ARGENTINA
Spider Webs Blanket Countryside
Rising water levels prompted the arachnids to seek higher ground to build their nests.

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VICE News Daily: Japan Shows Off Its Military

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: India confiscates smuggled cough syrup, Japan’s military exercises, Syria secures its ancient artifacts, and two American female soldiers make history.

INDIA
Police Seize Banned Cough Syrup Shipment
The contraband medicine was headed for neighboring Bangladesh where it’s outlawed.

WAR GAMES
Japan Holds Military Drill Near Mount Fuji
Hundreds of spectators watched tanks and helicopters fire at targets during the exercises.

SYRIA
Antiquities Safely Moved From Battle Sites
Clashes between rebels and government forces have damaged four of the country’s world heritage sites.

U.S.A.
First Females Pass Army Rangers Course
President Obama recently reversed the military’s ban on women in combat, allowing them to participate in the training program for the first time.

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VICE News Daily: Egypt Approves New Anti-Terrorism Law

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Broad new powers for Egypt’s security forces, Russia’s new tourist destination, Ethiopians flee Yemen, and Bolivia’s unique approach to eradicate coca plants.

EGYPT
President Approves New Anti-Terrorism Law
The new measure sets up fast-track courts and details harsher punishments like the death penalty.

RUSSIA
Putin Encourages Tourism To Crimea
Resorts have booked up this summer despite the road blocks set up by Ukrainian forces.

ETHIOPIA
Workers Return Home From Yemen
About 6,000 migrants have voluntarily left amid threats of kidnapping.

BOLIVIA
Coca Cultivation at Lowest Level in 13 Years
The country provides farmers with wages to prevent replanting instead of using forced eradications.

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VICE News Daily: Brazilians Call For President Rousseff’s Resignation

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Iraq’s former prime minister is indicted, India’s disputed Kashmir border heats up, South Korea marks 70 years since the end of World War Two, and Brazil’s president refuses to resign.

IRAQ
Parliament Indicts Top Officials For Fall of Mosul
Nouri al-Maliki was indicted for his role in the Islamic State’s capture of the country’s second largest city.

INDIA
Renewed Fighting Along Disputed Kashmir Border
Shelling in the highly militarized region has lasted for more than a week.

SOUTH KOREA
Mass Anti-War Rally Held in Seoul
Some protesters also marked the end of Japan’s rule over Korea by burning effigies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

BRAZIL
Protesters Rally Nationwide Against Government
Thousands marched along Copacabana beach calling for the resignation of President Dilma Rousseff.

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