Museveni is heading into a fourth decade in power and Bobi Wine is under house arrest. But while there have been few celebrations, there are few protests too.
VICE World News spoke with young people in one of Kampala's largest slums to discover what they hope the election will bring.
Dozens of journalists were watching live as police fired shots in the air.
The Médecins Sans Frontières facility in Jordan is providing much needed care to people in the region.
Or, to put it another way, can live-tweeting a trip to England to have a legal abortion become a feasible form of protest?
Distraught relatives applauded as they heard Sir John Chilcot's findings, while hundreds of protestors outside called for Tony Blair to face charges.
Syringes in the Streets, Gang Shootings, and Clockwork Orange: How Ireland Is Tackling a Drug Crisis
VICE News spoke to addiction workers and Ireland's former drugs minister about the challenges the country's new government will face on the issue of drug policy reform.
The abduction of 276 schoolgirls in April 2014 prompted a global campaign, with #BringBackOurGirls being shared millions of times on social media.
VICE News spoke to Tag Bashir, a Sudanese refugee who has been stranded on a British military base since 1998, and his 16-year-old son who has never known anything else.
VICE News attended British Prime Minister David Cameron's anti-corruption summit in London, which saw world leaders come together to discuss transparency and stolen assets.
VICE News visited northeast Nigeria where thousands of children have completely disappeared, with their fates undocumented and their parents uncertain if they'd even accept them back.