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This morning, the US government is suing Ferguson for failing to adopt police reforms, 50,000 people have been displaced after fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo, Paul McCartney loves emojis, and more.
Three years into Syria's bloody civil war, rebel-held areas of Aleppo are still subjected to constant bombardment from the government's air force in an aerial campaign that seems directed more at the last remaining civilians than rebel fighters on the fro…
VICE filmmaker Medyan Dairieh followed the volunteers of Aleppo's Civil Defense, a civilian rescue organization, who risk their lives daily as the first responders to government airstrikes in a city seemingly abandoned by the outside world.
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. This week we investigate Pakistani families' risky measures to vaccinate their children against polio, American fast food workers' plan to strike across 150 cities, and other stories…
Canada is facing direct threats from Syrian extremists for the first time in relation to the ongoing war. We asked a former CSIS senior official and current counterterrorism expert how concerned our neighbor up north should be.
The "Geneva II" talks got off to a bad start, as participants immediately accused one another of being illegitimate and committing horrible crimes. And even if the two sides could come together, they'd have to figure out how to deal with the jihadist extr…
It started with a Facebook post in February 2011. "Together for a Day of Rage in Syria to end the state of emergency in Syria and end corruption." One revolution, two bloody years, and 11 dark months later, came more Facebook posts—this time calling for:
Journalists who are justifiably worried about being kidnapped by the rebels or the regime are being forced to reconsider the way they cover the ongoing civil war, even as they feel a duty to continue reporting on it.
The makeshift army fighting Bashar al-Assad's troops may be armed with plenty of ancient Kalashnikovs, a steady stream of young men ready to fight and die, and an unshakeable belief that Allah is on their side. But they lack heavy weapons and ammunition,