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      By Aris Roussinos Mar 17, 2014

      Syria: The Long War - Part 1

      A VICE News crew—the first western journalists to be in northwest Syria for months—has embedded with Syrian rebels fighting the renegade al Qaeda splinter group ISIS, and is following their rapid advance across Idlib province, which until yesterday was an…

      By Aris Roussinos Mar 17, 2014
      By Aris Roussinos Feb 3, 2014

      Warlords of Tripoli

      With rule of law no longer in effect in Tripoli, warlords like Sunni commander Ziad Allouki are now the city's de facto rulers. VICE News hung out with him and his fighters for a week to discover why they're fighting and if the country really is on the br…

      By Aris Roussinos Feb 3, 2014
      By Aris Roussinos Jan 7, 2014

      Ambushed Four Times in South Sudan

      You could smell the frontline before you saw it. The closer we drove to Bor, the more bodies lay dotted about the verges, bloated and stinking in the fierce sun. The soldiers grimaced as they held their breath against the stench. "It is terrible, these th…

      By Aris Roussinos Jan 7, 2014
      By Aris Roussinos Jul 15, 2013

      Egypt After Morsi

      On June 30, exactly one year after Egyptians voted for Mohammed Morsi to become their first-ever democratically elected president, millions of protesters filled central Cairo and town squares across Egypt demanding his dismissal. Was this another Egyptian…

      By Aris Roussinos Jul 15, 2013