Over 60 percent of Homs has been destroyed, but architect Marwa Al-Sabouni has stayed behind, "trying to rebuild the pieces around me".
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artefacts.
"People won't leave their houses because they are afraid of snipers."
Despite ongoing attacks by ISIS and threats from President Bashar al-Assad, as many as 100,000 Kurdish Syrian civilians have returned to Rojava.
VICE Germany heads to Syria to meet the foreigners who left their homes and families to join the Kurdish ground troops in the fight against the Islamic State.
On Monday, boats full of refugees were sent back to Turkey from Greece.
In conversation with one of the most respected Middle East correspondents in the world.
We spoke to photographer Moises Saman about the work in his new book, Discordia.
The town of Qamishli, in northeast Syria, has been wracked by terrorist attacks and sectarian violence.
Constant bombing attacks, the destruction of hospitals and schools, and the severing of supply chains have left Aleppo and its estimated 320,000 remaining citizens in dire straits.
Does this agreement between the US and Russia mean that the conditions on the ground will change, or that we're any closer to actual peace?
Refugees some times carry with them the objectionable convictions of their home countries, so coming out as a homosexual refugee in Germany is out of the question. Many asylum seekers are still afraid of exactly the same people they feared at home.
We spoke with the director and the late journalist's friends and family about the new documentary and James Foley's legacy.
This weekend, Terry Wogan died, some far-right Swedes stormed a train station and deadly bombs targeted a holy Shia shrine in Syria.
We asked experts if Syria's embattled leader could face prosecution for atrocities committed during the war that's torn his country apart.
Umm Muthanna al-Britannia left the UK for Syria in 2015 and quickly followed the established career path of western female recruits: recruiting and propagandising online.
Majd Abdel Hamid's hand-stitched images of Syrians killed in the conflict are somehow more horrifying and real because they are abstract.
VICE director Rhys James met with Abu Rumaysah, accused of being ISIS' new executioner, a number of times before he fled the UK for Syria.
Kurdo started his 2015 helping out in refugee camps in Syria. By the end of the year he'd made the perilous journey across Europe and applied for asylum in the UK.
Molly Crabapple went to the Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan to record the stories of Syrians forced from their homes by war and suffering.
Mubin Shaikh went from being an Islamic extremist to a Canadian government agent.
Meeting the decorated former soldiers campaigning against war.
To really defeat ISIS we have to question an ideology that has killed over 1.3 million people.