Tim Geyer ist Deputy Editor-in-Chief bei VICE Deutschland und schreibt über Drogenpolitik, Kriminalität und Gesellschaftsthemen.
Hundreds of thousands of people from around the world are said to have invested in JuicyFields, a firm that pledged to connect online investors with cannabis farms. But now there are suspicions that it was a Ponzi scheme.
"The prevailing ethical and moral code of Afghanistan has nothing to do with my view of humanity," says German businessman Werner Zimmermann.
In the bare-knuckle boxing world, Diego Garijo is known as the ferocious Dos Pistolas. In drag, he's just called Lola.
Twins have been acquitted of everything from dangerous driving to a Hollywood-style heist, and they continue to cause havoc in courtrooms.
We Asked Every German Bundesliga Club What They Would Do If a Player Walked Off After Being Racially Abused
The Germans are more prepared than the Premier League.
But they weren't even after the free nuggets.
For years Vietnamese gangs have dominated the black market for cigarettes, which is more profitable than drug trafficking. Now, Syrian gangs are pushing their way onto the scene.
Albrecht Becker's artistic life began with a failed experiment on his penis.
We spoke to the men about their 20-minute trial and why they were hit with such a huge sentence.
Joe Bayer has spent thousands cultivating his four acres of hemp. Now he wants people to take as much as they like.
Though her mother threatened to kill herself if she didn't marry at 13, Meghla managed to get out of it. Now, she helps to prevent other child marriages from happening.