More than six months after Russia invaded, Ukrainian troops are seeing shortages of essential battlefield medications and supplies.
The idea that the tank is no longer a dominant threat on the battlefield is overblown, wrong, and almost as old as the tank itself.
Reports of a captured or killed American serviceman in Ukraine are false, according to officials.
On Thursday February 24, Russia launched the biggest attack on another European nation since World War Two. Since then, 1 million have fled and Russian nuclear forces are on high alert.
Fighting since 2014 has killed 15,000 people in Ukraine. But people in the country told VICE World News they'll stand firm as Russia moves in.
Up to 190,000 troops are massed on Ukraine's border and Western leaders say an invasion is imminent, but you wouldn't get that sense from watching TV in Russia.
The world is on high alert for a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine. These Ukrainian soldiers say they’re ready – they’ve been fighting for 8 years already.
The problem is, they might not work against the mighty military technology Russia has access to.
Derrick Bales, a Black veteran who runs a popular military lifestyle brand, maintains he did not participate in any fighting and was at the frontlines to conduct interviews for a coffee table book.
Canada has denounced the "disinformation" campaign.
VICE News embedded with the Ukrainian army as they marked two years since war took over the east of their country, to document how they are surviving a conflict mostly forgotten by the outside world.
In this excerpt, VICE News travels to Kaisiadorys, Lithuania, where separatist insurgents backed by the fictional country of Udija have seized a government building — all as part of a country-wide military exercise.