Onias Landveld – a descendent of the Ndyuka tribe – describes holding a staff looted from his people as a “loss I can hardly describe”.
Ronnie Brunswijk, who's also the vice president of Suriname, was filmed handing out cash to the other team after the game. Oh, and he has 50 children.
The first solo exhibition of Xavier Robles de Medina touches down at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery on the Lower East Side.
Brazil’s government has declared “war” on the Aedes aegypti mosquito but conditions have changed since the country eliminated the insect in 1958, when it was spreading yellow fever.
The World Health Organization says that the mosquito-borne virus, which has been linked to abnormal births in Brazil, will likely spread to all countries in the continent except Canada and Chile. The US has yet to report a homegrown case of Zika.
VICE Netherlands went to Suriname to investigate corruption in the country's gold industry, look at the public health concerns caused by mining with mercury, and to meet a powerful ex-rebel leader turned gold baron.
'Fluorescencia' documents multimedia artist Rebecca Smith, of the live projection collective Stylus, and graffiti artist Felipe Pantone's experimental mural project in the streets of Paramaribo.
I spoke to my cousin about her time as a drug mule and how lax airport security used to be.
The story of Sumy: superstar child, main leader forever.
Guess what? Conspiracy theorists reckon they did.
Suriname's Krikie Nigi gold camp represents the Platonic ideal of environmental devastation. From our car window, we see mud piles, craters filled with foaming mercury-contaminated water, the occasional scorched tree. Artisanal mining crews move in...