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A Flight in India Was Delayed by Nearly Two Hours by a Swarm of Stubborn Bees

The Air India aircraft staff tried to remove them with wipers and by spraying water on them, but had to ultimately call the fire brigade to hose them off the cockpit window.
Pallavi Pundir
2 hours ago
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Singaporeans Couldn't Deal When One of the Country’s Biggest Mobile Providers Lost Service

Over 6,500 Starhub users reported network outages.
Meera Navlakha
3 hours ago
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Bull Semen Lab Explosion a 'Blow' to Farmers

100 cryogenic cylinders full of bull semen exploded in a fire on Tuesday at Yarram Herd Services in Australia.
Maddie Bender
7 hours ago
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An Explosion Rocked a Russian Pathogen Lab That Stores Ebola, Smallpox

The incident highlights the risks of researching and storing lethal pathogens.
Matthew Gault
8 hours ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Students in India Got Their College to Lift Its Controversial Dress Code

Put in place in August because “thighs attract boys”, the St. Francis College for Women scrapped its regressive dress code after its students protested against it.
Shamani Joshi
10 hours ago
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Police Have Arrested the Makeup Artist Who Helped a Young Guy Look Old to Escape India

Known as ‘Billu Barber’, the man who helped the 32-year-old caught impersonating an 81-year-old at Delhi Airport, offered the service of altering appearances for a hefty sum.
Shamani Joshi
11 hours ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Canadian Teens Are Pledging Not to Have Children to Fight Climate Change

Young people are thinking twice about bringing kids into “a world that is increasingly unsuitable for life.”
Anne Gaviola
a day ago
Environmental Extremes

We Visited the Mumbai Neighbourhood so Polluted It's Been Declared Unfit for Human Habitation

Mahul poses a dystopian and disturbing picture of what happens when you’re forced to live amidst extreme pollution. It’s a story that can only end in death, unless residents somehow scrape together the resources to leave.
Pallavi Pundir
a day ago
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Where the Hong Kong Protests Stand After 100 Days: Rubber Bullets, Petrol Bombs, and 5 Demands

“All Hong Kongers are afraid, but what more do we have to lose?”
Diana Chan
a day ago
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A Philippine Lawmaker Wants Private Vehicles off the Main Highway During Rush Hour

Metro Manila residents are calling for a 'more realistic’ solution.
Lia Savillo
2 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Indian College Principal Smashes Students’ Phones With a Hammer so They Follow His Mobile Ban

Pissed that students continued to flout the rule and use their phones on campus, Principal RM Bhatt went Hulk-mode batshit on their devices.
Shamani Joshi
2 days ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Malaysia Blames Indonesia for Haze; Indonesia Says Satellite Data Tells Another Story

Whenever the dry season comes around, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia quarrel over haze.
Ikhwan Hastanto
2 days ago
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