Though the pandemic has put a strain on university students in France, food organizations and chefs are coming together to fight student hunger.
Women in the Swiss armed forces have performed the same duties as men since 2004, but it turns out they have also been wearing the same underwear.
Five young men have made their first court appearance in Paris in a landmark case, accused of posting tweets that prosecutors say incited violence against Asians in France.
6.5 million people across Europe are trying to live normal lives in countries mostly unrecognised by the rest of the world.
Drone operator Björn Steinbekk told VICE World News his drone survived 12-13 trips over the Fagradalsfjall volcano.
A secretive group of cops turned activists is taking on a regime's brutal security forces. And they believe they can win.
A letter from NHS England states that there will be a “significant reduction” in supply of coronavirus vaccine at the end of the month.
The arrest of Nika Melia amid protests by opposition supporters has deepened a political crisis that has already resulted in the Prime Minister’s resignation.
LGBTQ activist Franek Broda speaks to VICE World News about the discrimination gay people in Poland face, in his first interview with an English-language publication.
Pablo Hasél had taken refuge in a university building to avoid a nine-month sentence on charges of glorifying terrorism and insulting the Spanish royalty in his music and tweets.
Anti-Muslim sentiment was highest in Hungary, a survey of eight European countries commissioned by anti-extremism groups showed, despite Muslims making up just 0.4 per cent of Hungary’s population.
LGBTQ activists warn of a loss of trans rights protections mandated by European courts, as well as a dangerous anti-trans cultural shift.