VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – April, 28 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: pro-Russia separatists take over a Ukrainian TV station and three state security officers are abducted, Gaddafi son and more than 20 others face charges in the Libyan capital, environmentalist group Greenpeace tracks world’s first shipment of Arctic oil, and President Obama comments on alleged ‘racist’ recorded remarks of LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

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Separatists Seize TV Station, State Security Officers Abducted
Pro-Russia separatists take control of a regional television station, and three Ukrainian state security personnel are taken near Slavyansk.

Gaddafi’s Son Saif, Former Officials Face Charges in Tripoli Court
The former Libyan leader’s son appears alongside 22 others accused of war crimes, corruption, and other offenses.

Greenpeace Tracks World’s First Shipment of Arctic Oil
The environmental group flies overhead as the oil is transported on a Russian tanker to The Netherlands.

Obama Responds to Alleged Remarks By NBA Team Owner
President Obama calls comments reportedly made by LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling ‘ignorant’.

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