The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: an abducted Ukrainian journalist is released long enough to give a press conference, one of Myanmar’s leading opposition figures dies, a British fighter in Syria gives an up-close and personal look into his makeshift home, and Venezuelan protesters alter an Easter tradition to show discontent for their president.
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Journalist Held by Pro-Russian Separatists Speaks
Ukrainian journalist and activist Irma Krat makes a brief appearance to speak to the media before she’s whisked back into the hands of masked captors.
Opposition Leader Win Tin Dies
A veteran of Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement and the country’s longest-serving political prisoner passes away at 85.
British Jihadist Gives Video Tour of Living Quarters
Amateur video from Syria appears to show where one British fighter and his comrades eat and sleep.
Protesters Burn Effigies of President in Easter Demonstration
Some Venezuelans use the religious holiday to express their disapproval of leader Nicolas Maduro.
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