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      By Alex Miller Jul 9, 2014

      Israeli Urban Warfare

      The city has become a battlefield. As modern militaries must adapt to a landscape that often gives the upper hand to insurgents, proper training becomes more essential than ever.

      By Alex Miller Jul 9, 2014
      By Alex Miller Jul 2, 2014

      The VICE Guide to Europe 2014

      As ridiculous as it is to try to sum up a city in three to eight thousand words, I think these are pretty good tools for anyone traveling around these places with dreams of being thrown out of nightclubs, staring at landscapes, or getting involved in a ri…

      By Alex Miller Jul 2, 2014
      By Alex Miller Apr 22, 2014

      London's Holy Turf Wars

      Over the last year, a quasi-religious turf war has sprung up on the streets of London. Young, radicalized Muslim patrols are enforcing Sharia law in the capital. In reaction, far-right Christian patrols are also taking the law into their own hands.

      By Alex Miller Apr 22, 2014
      By Alex Miller Apr 16, 2014

      Life as an Illegal Immigrant in Greece

      Greece has always been a gateway for immigrants searching for a better life in Europe. But many of those who crossed illegally into Greece found that they traded one bad situation for another. VICE News' Alex Miller went to Greece to find out what it is l…

      By Alex Miller Apr 16, 2014
      By Alex Miller Jan 23, 2014

      Khat Power

      Khat is a chewable herbal stimulant, popular among the UK's Somali and Yemeni communities. Despite there being little or no evidence that the drug causes harm to its users, the British government is working to outlaw khat. We follow the khat trail from th…

      By Alex Miller Jan 23, 2014
      By Alex Miller Oct 4, 2013

      Slavoj Zizek

      The "most dangerous philosopher in the West" talks about his new film and lectures us on the importance of being on time. If you're curious about that poster of Stalin on his wall, it's "purely to annoy idiots" when they visit.

      By Alex Miller Oct 4, 2013
      By Alex Miller Jul 26, 2013

      Clive Stafford Smith

      Clive Stafford Smith spent years working as a death-row lawyer in the South before becoming the legal director of the UK branch of Reprieve, a non-profit organization that has long campaigned for the rights of death-row prisoners. Since 2002 Reprieve has

      By Alex Miller Jul 26, 2013
      By Alex Miller May 16, 2013

      Austerity's Drug of Choice

      Greece's infamous new drug, sisa, is basically meth and filler ingredients like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. The majority of its users are poor, often homeless, city dwellers reeling from the psychological and physical impacts of a…

      By Alex Miller May 16, 2013
      By Alex Miller May 16, 2013

      Sisa: Cocaine of the Poor

      A new drug called sisa is tearing its way through Athens' poor. The ingredients are basically meth and filler things like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. It acts faster and the effects last longer than coke, and it can be produced in

      By Alex Miller May 16, 2013
      By Alex Miller Apr 18, 2013

      Protesting Thatcher's Funeral

      On the morning of Wednesday April 17, 2013, the Iron Lady was laid to rest. Anti-Thatcher protesters planned on congregating at Ludgate Circus so they could turn their backs on the coffin as it went past. We went along to count the vicious socialists who

      By Alex Miller Apr 18, 2013
      By Alex Miller Dec 10, 2012

      Looking Beneath the Waves

      Adam Curtis is Britain's greatest documentary filmmaker. He's also one of the best artists the country has produced in recent times. Curtis makes polemical, subtle films that question the status quo from within the British Broadcasting Corporation.

      By Alex Miller Dec 10, 2012