VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – April 1, 2014.

The VICE News Capsule is a daily roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: North and South Korea exchange fire, Indian opposition party shows promise ahead of national elections, dozens are killed by Chadian soldiers in the Central African Republic’s capital and protests over police brutality in the American state of New Mexico.

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North & South Korea Exchange Fire
North Korea fired hundreds of artillery rounds into South Korean waters during a military exercise on Monday. The south responded by firing back into North Korea’s waters.

India: Polls Show Opposition’s Strength Ahead of Elections
One week before India’s national elections begin, a newly released opinion poll shows that Indians are widely dissatisfied with their current government.

Dozens Killed by Chadian Soldiers in Bangui
Local authorities say that Chadian peacekeeping soldiers killed more than 20 people in the Central African Republic’s capital of Bangui.

Protests Over Police Brutality Turn Violent
Protesters clashed with police on the streets of Albuquerque New Mexico over the weekend following the release of a video that depicted police shooting and killing a homeless man.

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