#WorldNews: Protests Seek Ouster of Brazil President Dilma Rousseff [Video]

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: al Shabaab fears led to a stampede at a Kenyan university killing one and injuring hundreds, a massive wildfire destroys hundreds of homes in Siberia, water treatment plants struggle to cope with pollution in the Tigris river, and protesters seek the ouster of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.

Al Shabaab Fears Ignite Panic
A stampede at a Kenyan university killed one student and injured hundreds after an exploding transformer was mistaken for an al Shabaab attack.

Wildfires Burn Through Siberian Villages
A massive grass fire has ripped through more than 20 villages and destroyed over 100 buildings.

Tigris River Turns Toxic
Water treatment plant workers have developed skin infections from the level of pollution in the river.

Anti-Government Protests Seek To Topple President Rousseff
Demonstrations were also driven by a massive corruption scandal at the state-run oil company, Petrobras.

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