No single group has been more tragically impacted by El Salvador's gang war than the young. Preyed on at school and in their barrios, many families seek to send them to the United States but this is getting more difficult and dangerous to do.
El Salvador's civil war ended in 1992 and the former leftist guerrillas are now in government leading a crackdown against gangs. Some gang leaders claim that they now occupy the void those guerrillas left behind.
Ketty Nivyabandi was a Burundian citizen, poet, and writer before President Pierre Nkurunziza's decided to run for a controversial, and possibly illegal, third term in office. She led protests against his move, and is now living in exile.
When Sheriff Dart took over the Cook County Jail, he didn’t expect that he would eventually be responsible for administering what has become the largest mental healthcare provider in the country.
A law that requires overnight guests to be registered with Myanmar authorties may be used to crack down on activists and opposition in the fall elections.
A mad dash across the closed Turkish border brought VICE News to the majority Kurdish town of Kobane, where YPG militia have been fighting off the jihadists for more than three months.
VICE News entered the besieged Syrian Kurdish city of Kobane as it was preparing to enter its 100th day of fighting a fierce siege by the Islamic State.
Liberia is woefully unprepared to deal with the logistics necessary to stop the spread of the disease.
The fragile health system is collapsing under the weight of the epidemic, leaving the infected begging for help at clinic gates
We spent several days with two young men in Ferguson who believe Michael Brown's death will alter the status quo. But so much history indicates otherwise.
A computer recovered from an Islamic State fighter after he apparently fled a battle in Syria contained information about biological weapons.