From shutting paan shops to caging street dogs to building a wall nobody asked for, this is how India is preparing to welcome the US President.
Slum tourism might have sparked a global debate, but it looks like it’s winning the travel game.
A rugby team of correction house inmates, former beggars, school dropouts and slum dwellers has found its place in a sport few care about in India.
The statue thought to be nearly 3,000 years old.
VICE Japan visits Manila's infamous Navotas Cemetery—where more than 6,000 people live amid the graves and human remains.
Temporary two-week accommodation has been set up for the slum's former residents — but many have no idea where they will go when those two weeks are up.
Families in the slum are facing an uncertain future, after local authorities warned residents the settlement could be torn down any day.
We visited Kibera, Kenya's largest slum, where girls grow up with harrowing experiences, but where some are now seeing Kenya for the first time and forming a very strong visions of the future.
The teen is the 11th person to have died near the tunnel entrance since June.
Local authorities had recently warned residents that the slum could be torn down any day, justifying the decision by highlighting the health and safety fears associated with living there.