Listen to our new Podcast with Niromi Di Soyza, who joined the Tamil Tigers at 15.
Fear, Romance, Fascination: Across Violent Times we’ll speak to underworld kings, child soldiers, and criminals to explore why humans do brutal things.
We caught up with Jacques Audiard, the French auteur behind the Palme d'Or–winning Dheepan, which follows a former Tamil Tiger and his family's struggles to get by.
Un-redacted documents released to VICE show the scale of Britain's clandestine support for the Sri Lanka at the hight of a bloody crackdown.
A report released by the UN's human rights office determined that rebels and government forces both committed atrocities, painting a damning picture of gross human rights violations and impunity.
Sri Lankan soldiers recorded these terrible crimes on their mobile phones and camcorders—and over the past four years, more and more of this footage has emerged.
The decisive result boots from office the country’s president since 2005, who had confidently called a snap election in October with two years left to go in his term.
As the vote has grown too competitive for analysts to call, acts of politically motivated violence have increased, ranging from intimidation to outright assault.
The investigation is expected to focus in large part on alleged war crimes committed in the waning weeks of Sri Lanka’s civil war.
Thomas McFadden's messy life story is going to be a Hollywood movie.
They used iron girders and PVC piping filled with sand and dirt. It hurts like hell, but it doesn't leave marks. That was the first time I've ever been beaten in my entire life.