A report released on Tuesday by Amnesty International claims that migrants and asylum seekers taking the Balkans route are being let down by a flawed EU system.
Two suicide bombings have killed 13 in Maiduguri, and come just two days after Boko Haram killed nearly 100 people in brutal attack on Nigerian town
A ferry carrying 189 passengers capsized in the Philippines. The secretary general of the Philippine National Red Cross told VICE News that the country now needs a review of its maritime safety.
A security expert told VICE News that it's unlikely the prisoners who broke out on Tuesday will be rearrested, as the rule of law has effectively collapsed in Yemen.
Uncertainty prevails in Greece as the country's banks today closed for a week before a $1.8 billion debt repayment is due and Greeks are only allowed to withdraw $66 a day.
VICE News spoke to John Calvin who turned his back on the Hamas leadership, converted to Christianity, accepted he was gay, and fled to Canada. Now he's being sent back for his links to the group.
The march comes ahead of a UK general election in May and international climate talks in Paris at the end of the year.
Nearly 2,000 cases of female genital mutilation were newly identified in England from September to December 2014. But this doesn't come as a surprise to survivors of the procedure.
New instructions to police and prosecutors in England and Wales this week hope to clear up "myths and stereotypes" around issues of consent, but some campaigners they don't go far enough.
'Too Scared to Return': Millions of Displaced Colombians Failed by Land Restitution Efforts, Report Says
Amnesty International says efforts to restore stolen land are falling apart due to violence, threats and ineffective legislation — an issue which could derail Colombia's fragile peace process.
'Europe Is Closing Its Eyes to Human Rights' — Daughter of Jailed Azerbaijan Activist Leyla Yunus Pleads for Help
The Nobel Peace Prize nominee and her husband are languishing in prison while Western countries build business ties with the oil rich nation. VICE News speaks to her daughter Dinara.
Rodrigo Mesa Leon and Rogelio Velez Montoya are among more than 70 smallholders challenging the multinational over environmental damage in one of the largest such cases in UK history. On Monday, they take to the stand.