VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 4, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: French interior minister visits Calais to tackle illegal migrant issue, thousands flee northeast Nigerian town seized by Boko Haram, Russian company removes Steve Jobs memorial because Apple CEO Tim Cook is gay, and first female candidate will run in Tunisia’s presidential election later this month.

Government to Open Shelter for Migrants in Calais
Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve confirmed plans to convert a former children’s center into a shelter for hundreds of migrants hoping to reach Britain.

Thousands Flee as Boko Haram Seizes Northeastern Town
Five soldiers have reportedly been arrested for abandoning Mubi to militants last week.

Steve Jobs Memorial Torn Down After Apple CEO’s Announcement
Russian company ZEFS says it had to abide by federal law and remove the ‘gay propaganda’ because Tim Cook ‘supports sodomy’.

First Female Presidential Candidate to Stand in November 23 Poll
Judge Kalthoum Kennau will run as an independent candidate without the backing of any political party.

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