There were political protests, bouts of crying, arm wrestling, a marriage proposal, and a ceremonial knife-giving.
In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
I spoke to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach about anal sex, Israel's controversial nation-state bill, and his former pupil Michael Jackson.
Eman Mohammed has fought her way through abusive colleagues, death threats, and sexual harassment.
Mitt Romney thinks America needs to beef up its military and wrote an op-ed to that effect in the Washington Post. But why should we care what some warmongering failed politician has to say about anything?
The British charity SkatePal just put the finishing touches on a concrete park in Zababdeh.
Protesters in Oakland blocked an Israeli ship from unloading its cargo to protest Israel's war on Gaza.
The recent surge of anti-Semitic violence in Germany has been intense, but it shouldn't really come as a shocker, despite politicians' claim to the contrary.
Why don't human rights groups call Israel's actions "genocide"? We asked and they wouldn't say.
Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT) is the world's single largest Islamist party, active in 45 countries. While its leadership disavows violence, it has been described as a feeder organization for violent extremists.
After another big protest for Gaza, people ran around Oxford Street demanding to boycott Israel. Despite the direct action, we didn't see any police bludgeonings or broken windows.
During last week's ceasefire, many Gaza residents attempted to flee across the Rafah border gate with Egypt, while others returned home to completely devastated neighborhoods.
Munayyer was shouted down on Fox News, leading to an internet spat involving Gaza and Russell Brand.
Israel has been bombing Palestinian cities in Gaza since July 8. Blame aside, when will it end?
Militarism and nationalism have always been part of the Israeli education system—embedded in history books, on maps on the walls, in cartoons of Palestinians on camels—but things seem to have gone further under Netanyahu's watch.
Israel's military offensive, Operation Protective Edge, is now in its fourth week. More than 1,200 Palestinians and 50 Israelis have been killed, and the fighting shows little sign of letting up. VICE News sifts through the rubble in Gaza.
The role of the press in the turbulent conflict playing out in the Gaza Strip is becoming more and more a part of the story.
Whether it's the Gaza Strip or the tragic mess of MH17, July has been a big month for missiles. So how do they work? And how did we get to this point?
Tens of thousands descended on London to show their support for Gaza. A handful of anti-semites and conspiracy theorists joined in, but for the most part everyone was reasonable.
On Sunday, the Israeli military carried out the single deadliest offensive in its nearly three-week assault on Gaza, killing as many as 100 Palestinians in the neighborhood of Shejaiya. VICE News was in Gaza to see the aftermath of the bombing of Shejaiya…
I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed in the grimy bathroom of a bar when the image of an eight-year-old Palestinian boy came into focus.
Jul 22, 2014
Khaled Hamad, a 25-year-old Palestinian journalist and videographer, died Sunday inside an ambulance that was struck by an Israeli rocket as he documented the difficult and increasingly life-threatening work of paramedics in the Gaza Strip.
The mounting death toll and general suffering inflicted on civilians in Gaza is disconcerting. Somewhat lower on the "horrific" scale, but still pretty messed up, is the portrayal of the bloodshed in American media outlets.
For a few years, a young radical group of Israeli settlers in the West Bank known as "pricetaggers" have committed random acts of violence and vandalization against Palestinians and their property to make them pay the price for affronting their way of lif…