VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – January 22, 2015

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Anti-government demonstrations grow in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, amateur video appears to show aftermath of Syrian air strikes on village controlled by the Islamic State, U.S. law enforcement agencies are using a radar that can detect if you’re home through the walls, and Crimea’s water shortage has zoo animals parched.

D.R. CONGO
Demonstrations Continue Against Proposed Electoral Law
The powerful Catholic Church has condemned the reform, which the opposition claims would only serve to extend President Joseph Kabila’s rule.

SYRIA
Aftermath of Government Raid on Militant-Controlled Territory
Medics say at least 65 people are dead after an air strike on a cattle market in the northeast village of Khansaa.

U.S.A.
Police Radar Used by 50 Agencies Can ‘See’ Inside Homes
Using radio waves, the Range-R device can detect the slightest of movements. Privacy advocates aren’t pleased.

CRIMEA
Water Shortage Threatens Zoo Animals
Reservoir levels on the peninsula have fallen and have left lions, tigers, and bears are at risk of going thirsty.

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