VICE News Capsule
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, August 6
Russia enforces its ban on Western food imports, California firefighters struggle to control blaze, Japan's elderly are at risk from a record heat wave, and Nigeria's new alternative to firewood and kerosene.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, July 30
El Salvador's bus drivers brace for violence, Zimbabwe goes after two alleged poachers, foreigners seeking surrogates can no longer find them in Thailand, and sinkholes are popping up in Israel.
Baghdad Party Goers Are Bringing Back the City's Nightlife
Baghdad's party scene is organizing through Instagram, Macedonian migrants have been granted three days of legal passage, the army has seized control of public hospitals in Honduras, and more on today's VICE News Capsule.
China Busts Baby Trafficking Gang
Yemen digs out of the rubble after Saudi airstrikes, China rescues 64 babies from human trafficking gangs, and more in today's VICE News Capsule.
VICE News Capsule
VICE News Capsule - Monday, April 13
Al Shabaab fears led to a stampede at a Kenyan university killing one, a massive wildfire destroys hundreds of homes in Siberia, protesters seek the ouster of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, and more.
The Journey to Lab-Grown Chicken
Thousands of Nigerians flee to Cameroon to escape Boko Haram, Gaza exports first produce shipment to Israel since 2007, and more on today's VICE News Capsule.
Myanmar Backtracks on Rohingya Voting Rights
Myanmar is backtracking on minority voting rights, watchdogs are growing concerned about press freedom in Bulgaria, Taliban militants have been arrested in connection to the Peshawar school massacre, and more.
asia & pacific
VICE News Capsule - Friday, February 13
Taliban militants arrested in connection to Peshawar massacre, Myanmar heeds calls to withdraw Rohingya voting rights, concerns over Bulgaria's press freedom, and nearly 500 million people travel to China for New Year festivities.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, February 12
Serbia bolsters border patrols to stem flow of migrants, Sudanese troops accused of mass rape in Darfur, Tehran's drop-in centers for the homeless and drug-addicted, and a Cambodian minister wants to re-educate teenagers about Valentine's Day.
VICE News Capsule - December 26, 2014
Dominican border security tightened to keep out fleeing Haitians, sick Indian villagers sue company that abandoned asbestos mine, and hundreds of world heritage sites are being damaged in ongoing war.
VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines - December 25, 2014
Five protesters are dead in northeast India after a clash with police, four people are dead as storms pummel, and LA's mayor will outfit cops with body cameras.
VICE News Capsule - Wednesday, December 24
Santa-clad protesters clash with police in Bethlehem, heightened security in France after attacks, and more.