VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – December 17, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Colombian hitman and drug smuggler arrested, 66 journalists killed in 2014, Brazilians protest alleged corruption in a state-run oil company and a bar in Buenos Aires wants you to smash TVs.

SPAIN
Spain Arrested Suspected Drug Dealer and Hitman
Spanish police arrested a Colombian man suspected of operating a network of hitmen in Europe and coordinating large shipments of cocaine worldwide.

JOURNALISTS
Installation Brings Attention to 66 Reporters Killed in 2014
The NGO Reporters Without Borders installed a giant container in front of the Eiffel Tower to bring attention to the 66 journalists killed this year while in the field.

BRAZIL
Protesters Denounce Corruption in State-Run Oil Company
Protesters performed a symbolic clean-up of Petrobras — a state-run oil company that’s been involved a series of corruption scandals worth billions of dollars.

ARGENTINA
Local Bar Allows People to Break Items to Alleviate Stress
A bar in Buenos Aires allows people to release their frustrations in a healthy way — by breaking a bunch of shit for less than 15 dollars.

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