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

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Brazilian riot police fire tear gas at striking subway workers in Sao Paulo, Egyptian police arrest seven sex assault suspects in Cairo, Syrian president issues amnesty decree after his re-election, and scientists use cameras to track behavioral changes in Alaska’s polar bears.

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Police Clash With Striking Subway Workers
Sao Paulo authorities fear traffic chaos if strike continues into Thursday’s World Cup opening match.

Police Arrest Men Linked to Sexual Assaults
Video posted online showing a woman’s alleged sexual assault caused outrage after inauguration celebrations in Cairo.

President Assad Grants Amnesty After Re-Election
Opponents say previous amnesty decrees haven’t freed nearly as many as promised.

Cameras Could Track Polar Bear Behavioral Changes
USGS scientists use point-of-view collar cameras to see if polar bears act any differently when their sea ice habitats melt due to climate change.

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27 thoughts on “VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – June, 10 2014

  1. "Oh for fucks sake here we go another corrupt government, Took Egypt long enough for that one, oh fuck me more Syria bullsh-Ohhhhh polar bears!!" Lol My exact reaction to this…

  2. +muslim monasir I think they report the previous day's news on the current day, so I believe the story you were referring to will be shown tomorrow instead. There was a story about the UK a day after it had been aired here, I'm not sure but I think so at least.

  3. Jihad, people dying because of religion that's disgusting,all those brainwashed believers no matter who they are christs,muslims or else stop the madness all crazy.Or continue the killing but then in proper way and solve the over population destroy all the humans,free the planet from this cavemans.

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