The residents of newly desirable areas are being forced out in major cities across the world. But London also has a particular story, and VICE News went to investigate.
VICE News gained exclusive access to Syria's Southern Front, the largest force in the Free Syrian Army. The rebels are struggling and want the West to provide air support — but that looks highly unlikely.
Global Witness claims logging firms paid millions of dollars to militia who carried out mass killing, rape, and kidnap as the Central African Republic spiraled into bloody civil war.
With international media unable to enter Yemen's capital Sanaa, local journalist Yousef Mawry shot footage for VICE News. His images show remnants of a US-made bomb in the rubble of a civilian home.
Members of a new generation of militants coming of age in Egypt are more likely to kill civilians than the country’s traditional jihadists — and they also target KFC restaurants and Vodafone stores.
'England's Most Precious Institution': Election Battle Lines Are Drawn Over the UK's Beloved Health Service
Britain's National Health Service is the most important issue to voters in the country's upcoming election. But one doctor told VICE News that it isn't — or shouldn't be — a party political issue.
The May 7 election takes place in a fractured political landscape as voters dissatisfied with traditional ruling forces turn to smaller parties. VICE News looks at how the first week of campaigning played out.
The air bombardment of Yemen started on Wednesday and rumors of ground invasion have swirled since. But experts say that the attacks might be having an opposite effect to the one intended.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed at least 126 people and injured many more. The bombers hit as the mosques were full of supporters of the Shia Houthi rebel movement attending Friday prayers.
The UK’s Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating allegations that London's Met police suppressed evidence of abuse from the 1970s to the 2000s, because they involved MPs and officers.
The once-glitzy seaside resort of Sharm el Sheikh this weekend became the venue for Egypt's rulers to launch the attempted reinvention of their nation.
The government has been accused of a cover-up after it emerged that officials sought to withhold evidence that Margaret Thatcher knew about allegations relating to a senior politician she awarded a knighthood.