VICE World News uncovers evidence of Kremlin-backed gunmen gang-raping civilians in the Central African Republic and hiring hit squads to take out torture victims so their crimes are not exposed.
In Tanzania doctors have been fighting two enemies during the pandemic: coronavirus, and their own government.
VICE World News speaks to the former Ugandan musician who has faced arrest, torture and assassination attempts in his bid to become Africa's youngest president.
Refugees tell VICE World News stories of government-aligned militias checking IDs to identify ethnic Tigrayans, as border tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia rise.
As the first outside journalists to access the last rebel stronghold in Jebel Marra in five years, we found that millions are still trapped in vast makeshift camps, and the area is awash in guns.
“We know you and we will find you,” the president said in an address to the nation and quarantine escapees on Wednesday.
“When we demonstrate, bullets are shot. We are really tired. We do not know how to claim our rights.”
“They tied my hands behind my back and shot me.”
Over half a million Central Africans are internally displaced, and in the last six months, over 60,000 new refugees have fled across the river that divides CAR and the Democratic Republic of Congo.