Tonight on VICELAND, we meet the female guerrilla soldiers of Colombia's FARC movement tonight on WOMAN.
Over 60 percent of Homs has been destroyed, but architect Marwa al-Sabouni has stayed behind, "trying to rebuild the pieces around me."
Despite ongoing attacks by ISIS and threats from President Bashar al-Assad, as many as 100,000 Kurdish Syrian civilians have returned to Rojava.
Photos of the CAR's escalating civil war between the Muslim rebel fighters and the pro-government Christian forces.
Meet the new friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, for about two seconds.
Check out the trailer for this Friday's episode airing March 11 at 11 PM.
In Laurens, South Carolina, there's a view that any racial prejudice tamer than snarling dogs, fire hoses, and "Whites Only" signs isn't really racism, but something ingrained in a lost culture, and therefore is forgivable.
For many refugees, coming out as a homosexual is out of the question, because they are still targets of the same people they feared at home.
About 60 percent of asylum seekers in the US have experienced some form of torture. The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture aims to treat survivors with medical and mental health services.
After an altercation at a birthday party in July, members of a group called "Respect the Flag" have been charged with terrorism and participating in criminal gang activity.
The controversial Libertarian Senate candidate explains his pagan views, and admits he got himself into trouble by sacrificing that goat.
Fighting in Syria and Iraq is illegal, even if you join the Kurds against the Islamic State. Adelaide lawyer and war veteran Ralph Bleechmore offers advice to those who want to go anyway.
Sri Lankan soldiers recorded these terrible crimes on their mobile phones and camcorders—and over the past four years, more and more of this footage has emerged.
After a prolonged debate, the state House of Representatives voted early Thursday to remove the Stars and Bars from the state house grounds.
We talked with members about their thoughts on the legacy of the Confederate flag, the Civil War, and the Charleston shootings.
June 19, 1865, marks the day when news of emancipation and the Civil War's end finally reached the last group of slaves in America. It should be treated with the same respect we give Independence Day.
How do you manage your fear in these life-threatening situations? "Curiosity. That's the best solution. That's what overwhelms everything else."
The Confederados are one of the last remaining enclaves of the children of the unreconstructed South.
A rundown of all the countries you should be scared of this year.
Last February, Finnish photographer Esa Ylijaasko visited the refugees near Istanbul's Süleymaniye Mosque.
VICE News follows the chaotic birth of the DPR as it tries to forge a path to independence and closer ties to Russia.
A flood of selfish little Central American brats are daring to risk their lives in the hope of a better future. Here's how we should stop them.
A recent editorial on TIME.com suggested that white gay men are stealing black culture. What the writer fails to understand is that much of modern black pop culture is stolen from gay people—specifically, everything about Beyonce.
On May 14, 1982, during the height of Guatemala's civil war, Carmen Sánchez Chen was bathing in the Chixoy River when the military attacked, taking her three-year-old son, Manuel. Decades later, Manuel's remains were exhumed from a mass grave, allowing fo…