Despite limited resources Kampala’s East Coast Boxing Club has produced a conveyor belt of talented athletes that go on to feature at the Olympics. But COVID has left the gym reeling, putting sporting success and livelihoods on the brink.
The people of war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh have been through hell. But when they returned home after weeks of brutal clashes, a lethal new threat was lurking all around them.
Chinko, in the Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden to be lost. We are in the process of bringing Eden back."
VICE News embedded with the Ukrainian army as they marked two years since war took over the east of their country, to document how they are surviving a conflict mostly forgotten by the outside world.
Helicopter pilot Nadiya Savchenko has become a cause celèbre in Ukraine during her trial for the murder of two Russian journalists, which Kiev and the West have called a sham.
VICE News went undercover to investigate how smugglers are profiting from the war in eastern Ukraine as a blockade of separatist territories spawns a black market trade in fuel, food, and medicine.
In exclusive interviews with commanders, VICE News reveals the extrajudicial killings and atmosphere of Soviet-style paranoia that have subsumed the rebel-held areas in Ukraine.
A Kuwaiti news report claims the Islamic State has been shopping for anti-aircraft missiles in Ukraine, but there are many holes in an otherwise terrifying story.
VICE News spent seven days in the trenches and bunkers of Ukraine's frontline, getting to know a platoon whose soldiers — and pets — have found flashes of luxury amid a ramshackle existence.
Ukrainian nationalists are suspected of detonating explosives on two major electricity pylons, cutting off power to nearly 2 million people.