Editor-in-Chief, Asia-Pacific, Vice World News
Natashya is the Editor-in-Chief of VICE World News in Asia-Pacific. She is passionate about covering women's issues, politics, democracies and human rights.
36 years since the Philippines ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, his son and namesake is leading the race to become president.
Most of the victims were children.
Videos show protesting Afghan women before they were violently stopped by the Taliban, using their guns and tear gas.
As U.S. troops pack up, many American allies trapped in Afghanistan are losing any hope of escaping and questioning why they’ve been left behind.
Scenes of horror continue to emerge from Kabul airport, while those who witnessed the attacks cope with the trauma and shock of escaping death.
“To give a new leg is relatively easy. To heal the internal wounds is much more difficult.”
Afghans risk their lives through crushing crowds, as the wait outside the airport turns lethal and U.S. evacuation efforts face mounting criticism.
“No one was out, everyone was nervous, and all discussions were about the future and the Taliban.”
Deeply unsettling footage shows the gruesome aftermath of people falling from the sky after their failed attempt to flee Taliban rule.
Young women who have never experienced the Islamic fundamentalist group's regime are especially afraid of what they stand to lose.
The streets of Afghanistan's capital were empty a day after the Taliban took over, as universities, schools and shops remained closed.
Thousands fled as the Taliban entered Kabul, forcing the closure of the passport department and shutting down hopes of those longing to leave.