Knife crime victim Aodh Breathnach was stabbed four times. His new film “Scars: Surviving a Stabbing” examines the aftermath.
Researchers tell VICE World News that murders of young people in London are rarely drug-related, despite what the government and police say.
Ava White was stabbed to death in Liverpool last November in a case that reflects rising lethal violence among young people in the UK.
Ava White died after an argument with a group of boys in Liverpool city centre, in what is the latest violent death of a young person to hit the UK.
Hazrat Wali was killed in a sports field in front of children aged 12 and 13 playing rugby. He’s the 26th teenager to be killed in London this year.
VICE World News sheds light on how a spike in street murders – where teenagers are the victims and perpetrators – has been driven by state negligence, tit-for-tat shaming and social media.
Knife-A-Month is no longer selling knives to UK customers following a VICE World News investigation showing that the weapons, some of which are illegal in Britain, could be obtained without ID.
Due to a loophole in UK law, I didn't even have to provide any ID. Knife crime charities say they're horrified at the how easy it is for people to buy such weapons online.
The proposed Serious Violence Reduction Orders would allow police in England and Wales to search individuals previously convicted of a knife crime offence.
Stories like Ali’s can’t just be throwaway headlines in newspapers, they need to be lessons for us.
Boredom and postcode rivals busting into each other's House Party chats are creating lethal beefs amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The story of Yousef Makki's death, aged 17, is one of knife crime impacting a family outside London and faced with the class divide.