Helen Nianias is Deputy Editor of VICE World News for EMEA.
NEOM, a futuristic city that's the brainchild of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, is slated to host the 2029 event.
Vladimir Putin is desperate for more soldiers, but even Kremlin loyalists argue that Ukraine is no country for old men.
The Queen’s life spanned dozens of Prime Ministers, Presidents, the start and end of wars and colossal cultural shifts.
Prince Charles has travelled to Balmoral Castle, where the Queen, 96, is being treated by her doctors.
Liz Truss entered the public’s consciousness after giving an unusual speech about cheese and apples. Now she is replacing Boris Johnson as Prime Minister.
After a drought and heatwave, a massive hailstorm broke over Girona, killing one and causing dozens of injuries.
North Korea has declared a very unlikely “shining victory” over COVID, but Kim Jong Un’s own sister admitted that the supreme leader had come down with a fever.
The silos collapsed as people were due to commemorate victims on the two-year anniversary of the blast.
“This, of course, is bad,” said the president of Moscow’s chess federation.
The Ukrainian president is cracking down on supposed collaborators by dismissing the country’s chief prosecutor as well as a childhood friend.
North Korean state media blamed leaflets sent via balloons by activists from the South for spreading COVID across the country. South Korea says there’s “no possibility” this is true.