Gavin is an award-winning reporter covering drugs, crime and trafficking around the world, with a focus on Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
‘The Truth Will Be Loud’: Thailand’s Former Brothel Baron Is Using His Infamy to Fight Crime
Bangkok's reformed "super pimp" is on a one-man crusade against gangsters, politicians, and police. And he's getting results.
Police Arrest Woman Suspected of Murdering 12 Acquaintances With Cyanide
Investigators think the serial killings were motivated by money.
‘A Powder Keg’: 6 Dead After Attempt to Rescue Kidnapped Pilot Turns Into Bloodbath
The man's captors told VICE World News that further attempts to rescue him could jeopardise his safety.
Australia Bans TikTok On Government Devices Amid ‘Security Concerns’
Fears of data harvesting and foreign interference are prompting a growing number of Western nations to crack down on the Chinese social media app.
Infamous YouTuber ‘Lord Miles’ Among UK Nationals Detained by the Taliban
The self-styled dark tourist has been seen in his videos joining a Taliban parade and firing guns with militants.
‘Only Thing We Can Do Is Run’: 22 Civilians Massacred While Sheltering in a Monastery
The Myanmar military is torturing, mutilating and murdering civilians in a string of violent massacres.
$677 Million Worth of Cocaine Seized in Australia’s Biggest Ever Drug Bust
Australians are some of the world’s biggest cocaine users. This one shipment was equivalent to half their estimated annual consumption.
ISIS-K Is Waging a New War in Afghanistan—This Time Against China
The Afghanistan arm of the Islamic State is targeting Chinese nationals in a bid to “avenge” Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.
Kidnappers Want $1 Million for These Researchers. Police are Considering ‘Lethal Force.’
A university professor and three students were on a field trip when bandits abducted them at gunpoint in Papua New Guinea's highlands.
Thousands Uncontactable As New Zealand Grapples with Its Worst Natural Disaster ‘This Century’
Senior politicians are urging the prime minister to bring in the military to assist police with reports of violence and looting.
China Is Accused of Shooting ‘Military-Grade’ Lasers in Contested Waters
Crew members onboard a Philippine Coast Guard vessel were temporarily blinded after the lasers targeted their ship.
Strongman Ruler Shuts Down News Outlet For ‘Attack’ on His Son
Cambodian leader Hun Sen told the journalists to “find a job elsewhere” for reporting that his son had approved $100,000 in humanitarian aid to Turkey.