Putin hopes the Russian-brokered deal will create "a long-term peace," but bitter arguments over banned cluster munitions and the consequences of the truce in Armenia rumble on.
Exclusive: Widely-banned Russian-made cluster munitions were used during an attack upon residential areas in Barda, Azerbaijan, that killed 21 people.
Italy is releasing some of its most brutal mafiosi from prison. Their families are also seizing on the opportunity to hand out loans, sell fake PPE, and extort money from vulnerable Italians.
Besides public intimidation, the authoritarian regime has also arrested at least 39 people for spreading “fake news” about the coronavirus.
At least half of the country could be infected with the coronavirus, a crushing blow to its' already-depleted healthcare system.
“These guys know how to do it,” said Scott Phimister, who spent a happy few days in March snowboarding and partying in crowded, sweaty mountain bars.
Even the coffee shops that sell weed are still open, although only for to-go orders.
Iraq’s protesters have endured targeted attacks, abductions, and killings. COVID-19 may force their movement off the streets.
Prison guards told VICE that they fear ISIS sleeper cells could target the prisons in order to free the suspects.
“We want both countries out and don’t want Iraq to be in the middle of this war.”
As tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalate, Iraqis find themselves caught in the middle.
Pakistan President Arif Alvi tells VICE News the international community must intervene to prevent war with India.