VICE News Staff
They were born around the time the U.S. invaded Afghanistan and they are entering their twenties as troops leave.
Women in Afghanistan have fought for decades to be integrated into the country’s security forces, but the process has been slow, and painful.
Ever wondered “How long do we have until the Earth is dead?” So has 10-year-old Sam Berliner.
Yousuf and Zahra were trapped somewhere in Syria. We went there to find them.
North Korea loves an excuse for a good, state-sponsored party.
It's the first step to understanding Costa Rica's black market for the endangered species.
Would you like to spend 30 hours in a coffin? Apparently, a lot of people would jump at the chance.
The statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Indian's first deputy prime minister, is twice the size of the Statue of Liberty.
Sunny beaches and shadowy financial institutions.
The Philippines' bloody drug war is drawing civilians deeper into the fray.
The Gatebox offers Japanese otaku their own fawning holographic girlfriend.
French president François Hollande has called the shooting that left one police officer dead "terrorist in nature."