The day after Crimea's referendum, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky tried to figure out what country he's in, and what - if anything
Some people might say that two weeks isn't enough time to prepare for referendum to separating from the country that you've been a part of for the last 70 years. But that's not what a reported 95.5 percent of Crimeans think, according to the official...
Residents of Crimea went to sleep in the Ukraine and woke up in Russia
Russian commandos stormed the Moskva Hotel in Simferopol, and nobody really knows why.
As the world waits to see what impact the referendum has, we spend some time with new recruits of the Crimean Self Defense Army.
Crimea will vote on whether it wants to join Russia on Sunday. Tensions are ratcheting up both on the streets and in diplomatic circles.
Simon is back in the Crimean capital of Simferopol, where both pro and anti-Russia demonstrations are dividing the region.