Helen Nianias is Deputy Editor of VICE World News for EMEA.
Azerbaijan’s “anti-terrorist operation” in Nagorno-Karabakh has triggered concerns about ethnic cleansing of Armenians.
The authors of a new study charting a deadly “fourth wave” of drug overdoses tell VICE News that media reports attributing the rise to cocaine and meth being cut with synthetic opioids are wrong.
From Alex Jones to Andrew Tate, controversial figures on the right have come out to bat for the comedian in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
This is not the first time this karaoke-style game show has been criticized for using Blackface.
“In a territory where two people are judged under two legal systems, that is an apartheid state,” said Tamir Pardo, who was appointed by Netanyahu in 2011.
Western analysts claim we are seeing the death of democracy in Africa. But the reality is far more complicated than that.
The mercenary group has been designated a terror organisation after Yevgeny Prigozhin died, but experts say it is unlikely to make a big difference.
Hundreds of people have been taking to the streets of Sweida, in Assad-controlled southern Syria, to demand a change in government as hyperinflation takes hold.
After Jordanian border police shot down a drone carrying crystal meth, experts tell VICE News it shows smugglers are no longer just focused on captagon.
The country’s media regulator has also banned the word “gender” as anti-LGBTQ sentiment grows.
Fernando Villavicencio was killed as he left a campaign event, as cartel-related violence explodes in once-peaceful Ecuador.
Western allies are pressuring Nigerian President Bola Tinubu to take a tough stance against the new Niger junta. But lawmakers back home have signalled they are against using Nigerian troops.