The Engineer Using Science to Build a Better World After Coronavirus
Dr. Pinar Keskinocak is using her eclectic expertise and positions of leadership to fix crucial flaws in global operations, all while elevating the next generation of scientists.
Coronavirus Just Hit One of the Most Vulnerable Parts of War-Torn Syria
“It’s impossible to know how far the virus has already spread.”
This Photographer Captures the People Caught Between Violence and Politics in Kashmir
“Kashmir is misinterpreted and misunderstood so much, and there's this narrative that Kashmir is 'ours.' The conflict has been nationalised to such an extent that it's not about the individuals themselves who’re from the region.”
José Andrés Fed 3 Million People in Puerto Rico, But Wishes It Had Been More
"I think leadership is 51 percent empathy. With empathy, you can gain the hearts of anybody, if you mean business."
UN Security Council Reminds the World: Don't Bomb Hospitals or Kill Doctors
As medical centers in conflict areas continue to be assaulted, the UN adopted a resolution demanding that countries comply with their obligations under international law to protect healthcare personnel and facilities.
Wet, Sick, and Stuck: Thousands of Children Are Facing Deteriorating Conditions on Europe's Borders
VICE News is at the Idomeni camp in Greece, where one-third of the 13,000 migrants and refugees trapped there are thought to be children — and the humanitarian crisis is rapidly getting worse.
Arab Winter: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley
VICE News returns to a refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese city of Al Marj, where refugees are struggling to meet their own basic needs.
Arab Winter: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley (Trailer)
Coming soon: VICE News returns to a refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese city of Al Marj, where refugees are struggling to meet their own basic needs.
The Tech Evangelists Trying to Solve the Refugee Crisis
An international movement called Techfugees aims to get the tech industry involved in aiding the nearly 60 million displaced individuals around the globe.
Large-scale Projections Light Up 70 Years of Humanitarian Aid
Tonight, President Hollande and world leaders descend on UNESCO’s Paris headquarters in a call for peace.
The WFP Wants to End Global Hunger in 15 Years
The World Food Programme believes that if people can’t feed themselves, there will never be peace. In the next 15 years, it hopes to achieve what it calls Zero Hunger—but it has some significant hurdles to jump.