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

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: thousands demonstrate against planned Internet tax in Budapest, Tunisia’s Islamists defeated by secular party in parliamentary elections, neo-Nazi protest against Islamic extremism turns violent in German city of Cologne, and California company develops sensor to monitor when police officers use their guns.

Thousands Protest Against Planned Internet Tax
Around 10,000 people swarmed the streets of Budapest on Sunday against a proposal to charge Internet service providers about $0.60 a gigabyte of data served to users.

Islamists Set for Defeat in Parliamentary Vote
The ruling Ennahda Party has urged secular party Nidaa Tounes to form a coalition government ‘in the interest of the country.’

Police Clash With Neo-Nazi Protesters and Soccer Fans in Cologne
Nearly 50 officers were injured during the demonstration, which drew around 4,000 people on Sunday.

Wireless Device Monitors Firearm Usage in Real Time
The technology, like body cameras, helps to keep track of how and when police officers are using their weapons.

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