The news hasn't gone down well in Romania; so far it's sparked fierce protests by Christian nationalists, while it also prompted the children's father to go on a hunger strike for a bit.
"If I didn't know what happened yesterday, I wouldn't be able to guess just from the behaviour of the people around me."
VICE's political correspondent bids farewell to the RNC.
The Romanian Health Minister did not hesitate to accuse the hospital's management of negligence: "This is unacceptable. (...) surely someone could have taken some time out of their lunch break to put up a mosquito net," he said.
Looks like they invested before checking who has the rights to the game. Nice going, guys.
It's been an absurd and frightening few days in Turkey. This is what it felt like to be there.
If this was my last opportunity to turn up in life, then I would happily die unturnt.
VICE's political correspondent scopes the scene on the night of Donald Trump's official nomination.
We asked some people in the street if they're as ruthless as Theresa May.
The demonization of black victims and the lionization of law enforcement have to stop.
Jill Harth says Trump pulled her into a child's bedroom and groped her in 1993—and wants an apology for being called a liar.
Our response when anything bad happens is to just actively make things worse.
In 1979, Ricky Olds watched his friend kill a man, then himself got sentenced to life in prison. More than three decades later, the Supreme Court has given him a shot at freedom.
Gerd Reimann is an emergency psychologist, who counsels survivors of terror attacks like those in Nice and Würzburg.
A massive population of marginalized immigrants and an overwhelmed security apparatus are a recipe for disaster.
We asked an expert on international law about how the failed coup is likely to impact Turkish president Erdogan's hold on power.
Social media, the very form of communication the Turkish president's earned a reputation for suppressing, came to his rescue during Friday night's chaos.
We asked a lawyer about the effects, and possible long-term benefits, of living in France during a time of heightened national security.
Piecing together information in the aftermath of another horrifying attack in France.
Things are looking bleak, but how bad does it have to get before we'll actually take action?
A law professor explains the sometimes tricky rules that govern when a police officer using lethal force is technically justified under the law.
Some of the intelligence used to justify the invasion was taken from a trashy Hollywood movie.
"I don't think it was that bad," said Matthew Maloney after biting the rat, drinking three shots of vodka, and getting a chair broken over his head—all for a Facebook video.
The chief strategist for John McCain's 2008 campaign explains why this year's Republican nominee is coming unhinged.