Is the animosity between Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots still too great for any chance of reconciliation?
I moved to Dresden, Germany, to get away from the UK's right wingers, but found myself surrounded by racist assholes.
The biannual six-day festival includes a lot of drinking, a lot of parades, and a lot of extremely dangerous encounters with bulls.
Although taking people to the giant icy hunk of land at the bottom of the world brings attention and awareness to the area's environmental issues, there are risks involved for the continent's avian inhabitants.
Recently a storm took out a chain link fence separating the two countries at a park bisecting Tijuana and San Diego, letting people jump back and forth between nations.
These workers travel the country, sightseeing and staying overnight in RV parks while laboring in low-wage temp jobs—and at least some of them love the lifestyle.
How do you memorialize the nation's biggest inside joke? As I learned, it takes a whole lot of statues.
I caught up with him after the Charlie Hebdo attacks to see if he was worried about being targeted by al Qaeda.
In the fourth episode of the second season of VICE, Thomas Morton heads to Syria to take a look at the front line of the battle for a Kurdish state, and Vikram Gandhi traces the illicit rhino-horn trade.
A usually quiet city was jarred by sudden violence, and in the aftermath many are wondering what can be done to prevent another tragedy.
Activists from rural Pennsylvania to Washington, DC are monitoring drilling activity, organizing communities, and getting themselves arrested in an effort to stop companies from pulling natural gas out of the ground.
I called their secretary-general, Louis Perrey, to see how seriously Saugets take themselves.
VICE Japan heard about a traditional Korean medicinal drink made from rice wine and fermented human feces. They headed to Seoul to find out about the gag-inducing medicine and see if they could try some themselves.
In the second episode of our show's second season, Shane Smith travels up north to take a look at our world's rising seas. Then VICE goes to Pakistan, where millions of citizens work as bonded laborers in brick kilns.
It's gotten to the point that yesterday a government worker admitted the country has a sorcery refugee problem on its hands.
It's been 25 years since Romanian president Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife, Elena, were executed by their disgruntled citizens.
I wanted to forget the student loans, soul-sucking jobs, and mindless repetition of adulthood and step into the King's fantasy world.
Shane Smith travels to Kabul to follow the trail of American money disappearing into the Afghan reconstruction, and Ben Anderson heads to Rio de Janeiro, where Brazil has taken extreme measures to clean up the city.
"The complete agenda involves going into our communities and educating our people on federal, state, and local gun laws," Darren X, the national field marshal of the New Black Panther Party, said. "We want to stop fratricide, genocide—all the 'cides."
Paul Allen took to Twitter to announce he found the battleship Mushashi.
VICE Greece discovered a beauty pageant focused on celebrating the identity of African women living in Athens. We linked up to talk to them about what its like to deal with racism in modern Greece.
As of midnight last night, same-sex couples could finally tie the knot. I went to the wedding of Joe Schofield and Malx Brown to celebrate.
78-year-old Masafumi Nagasaki is the sole resident of a tropical island located at the southern tip of Okinawa, Japan. We decided to go and find out exactly what kind of lifestyle he's leading, and why he chooses not to wear clothes.
In 2011, two English standup comedians were driving to Bath when they got to talking about an idea: What if there were a church for people who didn't believe in God?