A plume of ash roughly 1,000 feet long could be seen spilling out of the half-submerged barge, which was moving the industrial byproduct from Puerto Rico to Georgia after Puerto Ricans refused to accept it.
VICE News journalist Milène Larsson joined 'On The Line' to discuss Europe’s migrant crisis, and her reporting for the “Europe or Die” series.
An in-depth look at the situation playing out in the Mediterranean.
In this extra scene from the 'Europe Or Die' series, Vice News visits a cemetery on the island of Lesbos, where the buried bodies reside of those refugees who take the "death boats" to Europe and befall disaster on the journey.
Concluding the second episode of our series, VICE News correspondent Milène Larsson continues her visit to the border between Greece and Turkey to find out what happens to the many migrants who perish while attempting to cross Greece’s dangerous Evros...
In episode two of our series, VICE News correspondent Milène Larsson travels to the border between Greece and Turkey, where Syrian and Afghan refugees are paying large sums of money to take "death boats" to Greece.
Rescue workers are battling to find survivors amid fears that the boat may have been carrying hundreds more than first reported when it capsized in Lake Tanganyika.
The capsized Sewol ferry has been submerged in the frigid waters off the coast of an island named Jindo in South Korea for six days. In that time, journalists have targeted South Korea's hierarchical culture for the lack of individual action on...