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.
We asked two experts how many "boots on the ground" it would take to defeat ISIS.
Abu Amar operates a one-man call centre for refugees trying to get to Europe from his hospital bed in Germany.
This weekend, a man with a knife attacked people at Leytonstone tube station, thousands of British homes were flooded during storm "Desmond", and more.
Hearing the opinions of people who have already had to flee bloodshed.
Apparently it's largely symbolic.
Everyone's gushing about the shadow Foreign Secretary's speech for war, but it was startlingly bad.
We met up with the best-selling French-Syrian artist in New York to talk over beer and olives about his internationally celebrated book.
"Surely we have learned by now from our experience in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya that, when you take the lid off one of these regimes you unleash the fires of hell."
But it's hard to make a rational argument against something so completely unconcerned with reason.
Saturday's "Don't Bomb Syria" protest struck a slightly fatalistic tone.
With little hope of working with an orchestra, Mouataz Arian is using his computer to create compositions about the refugee crisis while in exile in Turkey.
An interview with Tariq Ramadan, the Oxford professor who has made headlines for his conflicts with the French establishment
This weekend, Brussels was under security lockdown fearing an attack, Crimea declared a state of emergency, and more.