Childish Gambino – 3005 (Friction Remix)

Shogun Audio boss Friction has gone IN on this remix for Childish Gambino! “3005” has been now certified Gold in the U.S. and the track over 19 Million streams on Spotify!

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – August, 1 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Greek court acquits farmers who shot 28 Bangladeshi workers, plans to boost security along route of train used by migrants to reach U.S., mother of slain Mexican teen sues U.S. border patrol agency, and not everyone in Switzerland is pleased with a new, racy HIV/AIDS awareness campaign.

GREECE
Outrage Sparked by Migrant Worker Shootings Verdict
Two farmers walk free after admitting to shooting 28 Bangladeshi strawberry pickers last year.

MEXICO
Countries to Bolster Security Along Migrant Train Route
Guatemala, Mexico and the U.S. agree to set up checkpoints to prevent migrants from boarding the dangerous freight train known as ‘The Beast’.

U.S.A.
Mother of Slain Teen Sues Border Patrol Agency
16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez was shot at least seven times in the back across the border from Nogales, Arizona in 2012.

SWITZERLAND
Controversial HIV/AIDS Campaign Turns Heads
Nearly 2,000 billboards posted across the country show gay and straight couples posing in sexual positions.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 30 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: U.S. lawmakers scramble to secure emergency funding for Israel’s Iron Dome system, Iran’s supreme leader calls on Muslims to arm Palestinians against Israel, EU-led inquiry cites evidence of organ trafficking during Kosovo War, and study shows damage inflicted by 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill worse than anticipated.

ISRAEL
U.S. Politicians Aim to Secure Iron Dome Funding Before Recess
Congress due to vote to send $225 million in emergency funding to boost the missile defense system.

IRAN
Supreme Leader Calls on Muslims to Arm Palestinians
The country is one of the staunchest supporters of the Islamist group Hamas.

KOSOVO
Evidence of Organ Trafficking During War
EU-led investigators say they believe Kosovo Albanian guerilla members targeted ethnic Serbians for sale of their organs.

U.S.A.
Study Shows Deepwater Horizon Spill Damage Worse Than Expected
Two damaged coral reefs discovered in deep waters several miles away from the site of the disaster.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 29 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: riots kill three in Pakistan over an allegedly ‘blasphemous’ Facebook post, deal struck to reform U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, investigation reveals some migrant workers in Qatar haven’t been paid in a year, and defense team of Blackwater security guards on trial for Iraqi killings accuses U.S. government of concealing evidence.

PAKISTAN
Deadly Riots Over ‘Blasphemous’ Facebook Post
Several houses were lit on fire, killing three members of the same family.

U.S.A.
Congress Reaches Veterans Affairs Agreement
The plan would authorize billions of dollars to fund new facilities and hire new staff, as well as offer veterans alternatives for care.

QATAR
Investigation Reveals Plight of World Cup Workers
Some workers who built offices for World Cup organizers haven’t been paid for a year.

IRAQ
Blackwater Defense Accuses U.S. Government of Hiding Evidence
Lawyers say photos that could help corroborate their clients’ claims were withheld for seven years.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 28 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: U.S. evacuates staff from Libya embassy due to militia clashes, Nigerian officials scramble to stop the spread of ebola after Liberian man’s death, UN says South Sudan suffering the world’s ‘worst’ food crisis, and fast food giants caught in China’s latest food safety scandal.

LIBYA
U.S. Embassy Evacuates Staff as Fighting Continues
Dozens of people have been killed in the most intense violence since the 2011 uprising.

WEST AFRICA
Ebola Outbreak Reaches Nigeria
Aid groups are urging for more funding and manpower as the death toll continues to rise.

SOUTH SUDAN
UN Urges Action Over the World’s ‘Worst’ Food Crisis
More than 50,000 children could die of starvation if pledged aid is not delivered.

CHINA
Fast Food Giants Consider Response to Expired Meat Scandal
Their meat supplier sold more than 5,000 crates of stale product.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 22 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: footage posted of Palestinian civilian reportedly killed by sniper fire in Gaza, Human Rights Watch says U.S. prosecutes Muslims they use for federal sting operations, Chinese meat supplier shut down over safety concerns and South African wildlife reserve may move rhinos because of increased poaching.

GAZA
Cell Phone Video Captures Fatal Shooting of Palestinian Civilian
Activists accompanying the man say they weren’t able to drag him away because of ongoing fire.

U.S.A.
Report: Muslims Targeted and Used for Sting Operations
Human Rights Watch urges congressional oversight of federal investigations to avoid persecution of American Muslims.

CHINA
Meat Supplier Suspended Over Safety Concerns
The company sold expired meat to fast food chains such as McDonalds, KFC and Pizza Hut.

SOUTH AFRICA
Park May Evacuate Rhinos Due to Threat of Poaching
The black market value of rhino horn is significantly higher than cocaine

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 16 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: U.S. completes first expedited deportations of Central American migrants, North Korean leader directs military drills near South Korean border, Cambodian security forces clash with protesters, and Thailand melts thousands of guns into recycled metal.

HONDURAS
U.S. Completes First Fast-Track Deportations
American officials say they’re the first of several expedited proceedings to deal with the cross-border surge.

NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-Un Supervises Military Drills
The country rarely carries out such exercises so close to the South Korean border.

CAMBODIA
Protesters Beat Guards in Phnom Penh’s Freedom Park
Activists are demanding the government re-open the capital’s main protest site.

THAILAND
Police Destroy Thousands of Guns
They melted down 34,000 firearms into nearly 30 tons of recycled metal.

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Mexican Deportees and Outsourced Labor

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Tijuana, Mexico, is a limbo for deportees from the United States. People keep showing up in the city while U.S. immigration policies get tougher. Between 2002 and 2012, deportations to Mexico more than doubled, from 122,058 to 306,870, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Many were deported for non-violent or relatively minor infractions.

In many cases, these deportees are returned to a country where they might have been born but know little about as adults. They might speak little or no Spanish, and are further seen as pariahs for sporting gang tattoos. Opportunities for work in Tijuana remain limited for such deportees, except in a sector that is enjoying a boom period in Mexico, telemarketing.

Call centers offer English-speaking deportees a chance to have a steady income in jobs-strapped Mexico. They also get to put their language skills to use. Telemarketers gain a geographically close work-force of English native-speakers, but at Mexican labor costs. VICE News traveled to Tijuana to meet a few of the thousands of deportees who were raised in the United States and are now forming new lives back in Mexico, thanks to their steady jobs at a U.S. call center.

Why Activists Don’t Trust Mexico’s New Antitrust Telecom Laws: http://bit.ly/1nykGMn

Watch “Deported Veterans of America” – http://bit.ly/1nyjVCL

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – July, 10 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Spain cracks down on members of one of Italy’s biggest mafias, Ukraine’s military says it’s found a secret rebel base after recapturing Sloviansk, Russia launches the first newly designed rocket since the Soviet era, and a U.S. study shows plants can ‘sense’ predators.

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America’s Deported Veterans: La Frontera

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There are soldiers and marines that have served the United States even though they were not born in the country. Some of them entered the US by crossing the border illegally, but after being promised citizenship in exchange for their service, they enlisted. Some of them have risked their lives on the front lines in wars like Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. Today they find themselves deported to Mexico after having committed a crime, like cashing checks without funds, shooting a firearm or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Many suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder after having served the United States on the ground and have, since their deportation, lost the right to receive medical attention.

We went to Tijuana to meet a group of veterans who have been expelled by the U.S. Government. Héctor Barajas, a former paratrooper for the U.S. Army, has seen with his own eyes just how difficult life is for the veterans who have been expelled from their country. After living in Tijuana’s El Bordo river canal, he decided to leave his addictions behind and start a shelter for deported veterans. The Bunker, as the site is known, has the capacity to host up to 5 veterans who have been deported to Tijuana.

Hector and another 20 veterans are in Mexico fighting for the U.S. to acknowledge their service, grant them the citizenship that was promised to them when they decided to serve in the Armed Forces and allow them to return to what they consider to be their country. Every month they station themselves at the San Ysidro international border, to expose both Mexicans and Americans to their story.

They are just some of the 2 million Mexicans who have been deported under the Obama Administration.

America’s Veteran Crisis: Abandoned At Home: http://bit.ly/1qQCsdR

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