ring of fire
Part of a resort collapsed, but all is well on the island of the gods.
Many are believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings.
“My son is still traumatized. He asked me, 'Can I sleep with my eyes open? I’m afraid there will be another earthquake.'"
Our photographer was in the disaster-torn city on Saturday, only 24 hours after disaster struck. Here's what he saw.
"People were running toward the open fields in a panic. Some of them broke down crying and began to pray."
We went into the hardest hit part of Indonesia and found search and rescue teams working tirelessly by hand to save people trapped beneath the ruins.
In Indonesia, there's always two tragedies when disaster strikes: the disaster itself and the terribly insensitive way the media covers the story.
VICE News asked about a range of issues, including drinking water, mining royalties, and the over-representation of Indigenous children in foster care.
We threw an amazing party with the British Council and all our friends.
Bali's not alone.
Remember CFCs? Turns out they're sticking around a lot longer than we thought.