VICE News Daily: Jewish Settlers Clash with Israeli Police

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Jewish settlers are evicted from two West Bank settlements, Peruvian soldiers rescue hostages held by Shining Path, the UK will soon require companies to reveal gender wage gaps, and an Indonesian mechanic makes it easier for disabled persons to ride a motorbike.

WEST BANK
Jewish Settlers Clash with Israeli Police
A High Court ruled two settlements illegal and ordered their evacuation.

PERU
Soldiers Rescue 39 People Held Captive by Militants
26 children and 13 women were allegedly used as slaves by members of the Shining Path insurgency.

UNITED KINGDOM
Companies Will Be Forced to Reveal Gender Pay Gaps
New transparency laws will require businesses with more than 250 employees to publish the difference in wages.

INDONESIA
Adapted Motorbikes Help Disabled Riders
A mechanic modifies motorcycles so others with disabilities can mount and ride more easily.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 11, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Philippine president asks congress to accelerate terms of rebel deal, video appears to show Peru’s Shining Path rebel group training child soldiers, Amazonian indigenous tribe chases illegal loggers out of their protected lands in northeastern Brazil, and Bolivian police save two suspected robbers from public hanging.

PHILIPPINES
Proposal Seeks to End Decades-Long Conflict With Muslim Rebels​
President Benigno Aquino has asked congress to quickly pass law to create autonomous Muslim region in the south.

PERU
Video Appears to Show Shining Path Training Child Conscripts
Government authorities fear a resurgence of the Maoist rebel group.

BRAZIL
Indigenous Tribe Expels Illegal Loggers in the Amazon
Ka’apor Indians have sent members out to track intruders and chase them out.

BOLIVIA
Police Rescue Men From Lynching
The two men had allegedly tried to rob a taxi driver in a neighborhood of the city of El Alto.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – August, 21 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Peruvian police and special forces rescue Shining Path hostages, Afghanistan expels ‘New York Times’ correspondent over refusal to reveal his sources, Myanmar’s government shuns use of the word ‘Rohingya’, and scientists in Mexico will search under a renowned ancient Mayan temple.

PERU
Long-Term Hostages of Shining Path Rescued
Some of the nine people rescued were abducted up to 30 years ago.

AFGHANISTAN
‘New York Times’ Reporter Deported
Matthew Rosenberg was asked to leave the country because he refused to reveal his sources for a story the paper published.

MYANMAR
The Word ‘Rohingya’ is Not Welcome
Government is asking aid workers and foreign officials to avoid the term when describing the Muslim minority.

MEXICO
Scientists to Search Below Ancient Mayan Temple
The team will use electrical currents to locate structures under the famous stepped pyramid El Castillo.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 09 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah claims victory despite preliminary results, thousands of Yemenis displaced by fighting north of Sanaa, UN calls for Central American migrants to be treated as refugees, and Peru raids hideouts of the Shining Path guerrilla group.

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AFGHANISTAN
Abdullah Abdullah Claims Victory Despite Early Results
Observers are worried a standoff between candidates would plunge the country into chaos as foreign troops leave.

YEMEN
10,000 Families Flee Fighting in Northern City
Houthi tribesmen have fought government forces to secure greater autonomy on and off for the last decade.

U.S.A.
UN Urges Treatment of Central American Migrants as Refugees
President Obama has requested nearly $4 billion in emergency funding from Congress to cope with the influx.

PERU
Government Forces Crack Down on Shining Path
Troops raided two hideouts and rescued five people the guerrilla group had held hostage.

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