Millions of People's Location Data Revealed a 'Universal' Pattern In Study
A team modeled recurring visits to various city locations using billions of mobile phone datapoints across four continents.
A Senegalese Indie Game Developer Turned a Street Kid into a Hero in This Game
Ousseynou Khadim Bèye wants to raise awareness of child begging in Dakar.
Senegal Tries to Prevent Terror Attack by Rounding Up 900 People for Interrogations
After a series of deadly attacks by militants in West Africa, authorities in Senegal reportedly questioned hundreds of people over the weekend.
The Dakar Rally: The Most Dangerous Race in the World
The Dakar Rally is considered by many to be the most difficult and most grueling race on the planet—and for good reason.
Chad’s Former Dictator Threw a Fit During His War Crimes Trial in Senegal
Former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre had to be carried into court and restrained by masked security guards at the re-start of his trial for crimes against humanity.
After 25 Years, Former Chad Dictator Accused of Killing 40,000 Goes on Trial
Former Chad dictator Hissène Habré stands accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and torture committed during his brutal eight-year rule.
VICE News Capsule - Thursday, April 17
Al Qaeda leader threatens the US, doctors in Syria battle a flesh-eating disease, diplomats in Geneva for Ukraine talks, protests in Dakar.