If you're from Gaza, travelling is a harrowing experience. Trust me, I know.
A recent VICE World News report shed light on the child laborers earning $6 a day to spray poison for one of Indonesia’s biggest paper companies.
“You’re living off a repressed underclass,” Bourdain tells his Singaporean hosts, who talk of not filling their own glasses or doing their own washing.
As the ruling junta gears up for elections next year, those caught supporting its political opponents on social media may face up to 10 years in prison.
“The Taliban regime is truly the dark ages for Afghan LGBTQ people,” a 21-year-old gay artist in Kabul said.
“Death is much better than the life we go through,” said the father, as his family grapples with both grief and the harsh realities of Taliban rule.
“These children are being traumatised as we speak—keeping them in these settings is akin to torture.”
“I'm hopeful that change will happen. What I worry about is how many more lives will it take for it to happen?”
Alexandra Skochilenko’s small act of resistance has made her a symbol of Russian opposition to the war in Ukraine, her supporters tell VICE World News.
Human rights groups say their detention was illegal, and are demanding clarity on why the refugees were held there in the first place.
Their death certificates said they died of heart attacks or strokes, but a postmortem examination found bullet holes in their bones.