VICE World News meets people stuck in freezing conditions on the Bosnia and Herzegovina-Croatia border, where they say police are kicking them around ‘like a football.’
An Amnesty International report released today alleges civilian killings by these mercenaries as part of the growing war in Mozambique.
“They Started Burning the Homes”: Ethiopians Say Their Towns Are Being Razed in Ethnic Cleansing Campaign
Survivor testimony and satellite imagery in Ethiopia’s Tigray region provide evidence of wide-ranging destruction by Eritrean soldiers.
Blast walls in Baghdad are getting a fresh lick of paint as Iraqis prepare to welcome Pope Francis for his first overseas trip of the COVID-era.
The AfD, the largest opposition party in Germany, has been designated a right-wing extremist entity, allowing the country’s domestic security service to place it under surveillance.
The German military is fighting a hidden battle against secret extremist soldiers.
Strangely enough, everyone can still remember who the brutal dictator was.
The U.S President just promised to maintain the status quo on the regime of President Nicolás Maduro.
Bolivia has returned “irregular” credit to the institution, and Argentina has launched a criminal investigation into a massive 2018 loan.
The prediction that Trump would take office again on March 4 didn’t come true. “True believers” supposedly knew it was false anyway.
Conservationists have advocated a ban to prevent future pandemics and protect biodiversity. A new study suggests it might do the exact opposite.
The Arhuaco tribe fears that a new leader, wrongly elected, could be an enabler for mining projects on its lands.
The region has long been a critical migration route for species like ocelots and black bears, as well as a focus of binational efforts to restore endangered jaguars, Mexican wolves, and bison.
Five more apps, including Qibla Compass, which has over 5 million downloads, had a relationship with X-Mode according to technical tests.
Salaat First has more than ten million downloads and sold location data to Predicio, which is linked to a U.S. contractor which works with ICE.
A group of hackers created the handheld device and its adorable dolphin resident to make hacking more accessible to the masses.
A dispute between the owners of The Scotch of St. James has exposed the shady world behind London’s A-list nightspots.
The numbers indicate a growing movement of people unwilling to wait for LSD and psilocybin to be legalised.
And other findings from the Global Drug Survey's latest study.
An Albertan pastor has been in police custody for over two weeks because he won't accept bail conditions that would require him to preach to a limited crowd, and churches are leaping to his defence.
People without British citizenship have been hit the hardest by job losses during the pandemic, and they often do not have any option of state support.
Many desperate for tanks to keep loved ones suffering from COVID-19 at home alive are turning to the black market to buy oxygen, where it is overpriced and risky to buy.
China is taking aim at the last vestiges of Hong Kong’s democracy.
Facing lengthy prison time, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activists struck a defiant tone.
As Southeast Asian countries sink further into authoritarianism, young people are fighting back with coded language.
Black Lives Matter
Facial recognition cameras commit minimal errors in recognizing the faces of white men, but they misidentified black women up to nearly 35 percent of the time, according to a recent study.
A filmed police encounter ignited a conversation about racism in Japan. And then nothing happened.
The ruling could have important implications for other racial discrimination cases over hairstyles in Afro-Caribbean nations across the region.