Two decades after a mining operation dumped its wastewater into the river that Lower Klity Creek residents depend on for drinking a fishing, villagers are still grappling with the horrific consequences.
For 450 years, people have been jumping off of Mostar's old bridge and flying for three seconds before hitting the water.
The people in Bengkala, Bali communicate in kata kolok, a type of sign language that's unique to the area.
A 55-year-old former British Army Officer has set off on a 75-day trek throughout Antartica – and he's doing it without any assistance.
Daniel Ennett, who has no arms or legs, traveled from Edmonton to Florida to prove he could swim with sharks. Just don't call him an inspiration.
I found alcoholism, gambling, God, and deep conversations about Donald Trump at Vancouver's Kingsgate shopping centre.
Called "pajdo," the drug is cheap and plentiful, but destroys the bodies of users who are already suffering under the crushing weight of poverty and racism.
For trans people, airport confrontations are more than embarrassing, they can also be incredibly physically threatening.
Here, the bullfighting is bloodless. Bulls wear a Velcro patch on their shoulders while men on horseback try to tag them with Velcro-tipped darts.
A growing number of people who can do their jobs from laptops are realising they don't have to be burdened with a permanent "home."
Native Americans in California are outlawing marijuana in order to save the environment—and themselves.
Turns out ghost hunting has a lot in common with listening to a broken radio.
Action Pour Les Enfants was at the forefront of the fight against child sexual exploitation in Cambodia. Then, their former-director was arrested for alleged child sex abuse.
Investigating the mysterious death of a young woman who wandered into one an underground tunnel and never came out—but lives on as an internet rumour.
Scopolamine is extracted from Datura, a bush that can be found all over Bucharest – from abandoned parking lots to people's backyards.
I stayed in a five-star hotel, bought hundreds of beers for under a tenner and paid to fill up the petrol in all my neighbours' cars – all in a country where, to buy toilet paper, you have to queue up for hours.
Because of French laws criminalising sex work, many prostitutes in Paris do their work hidden in the woods. L'Association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes brings the resources directly to them by way of their bus.
Brian Kelly, a.k.a. "the Points Guy," told me what I needed to do to come out ahead in my interactions with credit card companies.
In this excerpt from the VICE documentary about narcos in South America, host Monica Villamizar meets three young hitmen to talk about the murder business.
Eleven years after the show went off the air, you can still relive it by taking a bus ride around Carrie Bradshaw's New York and buying some insanely overpriced cosmos.
I found a momentary home among the "Tumbleweeds" in the store that's given shelter to authors since the days of Joyce.
I love my country, but I don't understand why the world sees it as an "ultra-liberal" paradise.
The Victorian-style village was the playground of an eccentric millionaire. When he died, Johnsonville died with him.