André Liohn became famous for his images of conflict in Somalia, Syria, and Libya, but now he's using the same techniques to capture the strangeness and brutality of his home country, Brazil.
Because most Palestinian farmland in the West Bank is in areas that are controlled by the Israeli army, farmers are routinely prevented from accessing their own land because of "security reasons."
The Israeli government insists that it wants peace more than anything, but its actions can seem deliberately provocative.
Ahead of this year's memorial event, we visited the town where Bosnian Serb forces killed 8,000 Muslim men and boys in 1995.
The Magnum photographer on fatalism and determinism.
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
How do you manage your fear in these life-threatening situations? "Curiosity. That's the best solution. That's what overwhelms everything else."
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new training mission as Kiev keeps asking for real guns.
And a 50-year-old Welsh man named Terry who just loves Ukraine and doesn't think the UK is doing enough to help.
How the Skateistan school uses skateboarding as a tool for empowerment in a country worn down by 30 years of conflict and dislocation.
In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
The Iowa resident called the police on his wife and said she assaulted him, but they ended up arresting him instead. On the police report, the tool or weapon used was listed as "mc Chicken."
I spoke to Tate Modern curator Simon Baker about Conflict, Time, Photography, a new exhibition featuring the work of Don McCullin, Simon Norfolk, and Chloe Dewe Mathews.
Over the last 15-odd years, the Gibraltar government's bet on attracting online gambling companies with low tax rates and other incentives has paid off spectacularly.
Judith Prat is a Spanish photojournalist who has been capturing the harsh realities facing miners of coltan in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Coltan is a mineral essential for the manufacture of the tiny capacitors that make smart phones, computers, we…
Johnny Ryan's semi-popular comic book saga Prison Pit is an animated movie now. He's been doing comics for VICE for the last 34 years, so we are morally obligated to promote any project he has a hand in.
An online peace protest movement apparently started by a sex toy purveyor at the dawn of the Iraq War is helping people make light of the absurdity of violent, protracted conflicts in the Middle East.
Munayyer was shouted down on Fox News, leading to an internet spat involving Gaza and Russell Brand.
VICE News spent a few days in Gaza City surveying the damage and seeing how local residents were coping.
Will events in Ukraine cause another war between Armenia and Azerbaijan?
An hour before he was kidnapped by pro-Russia forces, Simon Ostrovsky interviewed two Russian Cossacks in Kramatorsk. One man showed Simon his Russian passport, which was the first confirmation VICE has seen of Russians working with the separatists in eas…
On March 12, Francisco Huenchumilla—governor of the south-central Araucanía region—apologized to the country's indigenous Mapuche people for "the theft of [their] lands by the state." But the Mapuche people want more than an apology.
As Syria's bloody civil war enters its third year, fighting has reached the country's Kurdish-dominated northeast. In September of 2013, VICE crossed the border into Syria's Kurdish region to document the Kurdish Party YPG's counteroffensive against the j…
Jack Picone is the guy to talk to if you have any questions about catching shrapnel in Armenia, the difference between militia and rebel wars versus traditional wars, and the importance of documentary photography.