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The Taliban, Boko Haram and antivaxxers have this one thing in common.
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VICE News returns to Calais, where asylum seekers sew their lips together in protest over the French authorities' decision to dismantle large parts of the "Jungle" migrant camp.
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VICE News was there for the election of Haiti's new interim president, witnessing Jocelerme Privert's transition from senator to interim president in a matter of 48 hours.
Simon Ostrovsky reports from Haiti's capital to see who is in charge of the country, after President Michel Martelly stepped down without a clear successor.
The Super Bowl is over, and with it Super Bowl City's brief, branded invasion of San Francisco. Things will be back to normal soon enough, but that's not the end.
With its four-figure average ticket prices, Super Bowl 50 is unmistakably and even proudly a luxury event. Life outside the walls of Super Bowl City is different.