Japan’s Beloved Capsule Toy Vending Machines Are Going Cashless
But will it be just as fun?
Charli XCX is Collaborating With Kyary Pamyu Pamyu So Get Ready To Vomit Glitter
Preview their glitchy duet "Crazy Crazy" right now.
French Rail Company Invests in Elon Musk's Near-Supersonic, Levitating Train of the Future
The new system would see passengers in pods hurtling through pressurized tubes.
South Sudan Is Exporting Coffee for the First Time
Nespresso and non-profit organisation TechnoServe are working revive the East African country’s coffee industry after nearly two years of brutal civil war. The first South Sudanese coffee will be exported for sale in France this month.
VICE News Capsule - Friday, September 18
Mozambique is landmine free, U.S. soldier charged with desertion appears in court, enslaved Burmese fishermen are released, and Russia holds massive military drills.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, September 17
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.
VICE News Capsule - Wednesday, September 16
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.
VICE News Capsule - Tuesday, September 15
Nepal votes to remain a secular state, Afghan prisoners break free, an Estonian militia trains volunteers, and California's water wells dry up.
VICE News Capsule - Monday, September 14
Chile marks Pinochet coup anniversary, China launches a satellite, Haiti's top voodoo leader dies, and healing pains with Egypt's desert sands.
VICE News Capsule - Friday, September 11
India investigates a Saudi diplomat, Singapore's air quality drops, Germany exhumes a Soviet statue, and Boston researchers devise a treatment for sepsis.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, September 10
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.
VICE News Capsule - Wednesday, September 9
Powerful sandstorm hits Lebanon, China marks an important anniversary in Tibet, a new Egyptian taxi service and Colombia's border dispute with Venezuela grows.