An atmosphere of suspicion is leading a growing number of Russians to denounce their friends, neighbours and even relatives to the police for opposing Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.
“She knew you don’t go in there loaded up with drugs,” former President Donald Trump said of 31-year-old WNBA star Brittney Griner.
Pseudonymous researcher Pancak3 is on a crusade to publish the real names and photos of some of the underground's most infamous hacking crews.
The extension provides relief to thousands of displaced people struggling to connect with family and friends in Australia.
In the wake of international tensions over Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the nation has decided to leave its founding role on the station.
A stretch of a tiny European nation has been dubbed “the most dangerous place on Earth”. VICE World News meets the paramilitary members vowing to defend Lithuania.
The makeshift pipeline was being used to transport bootleg alcohol out of Ukraine into neighbouring Moldova.
The Ukrainian president is cracking down on supposed collaborators by dismissing the country’s chief prosecutor as well as a childhood friend.
When Russia invaded, the lives of Ukrainian sex workers changed overnight. Now, activists in neighbouring Poland are fighting to help them access basic healthcare and get their kids into school.
VICE World News obtained rare access in Russia, where state propaganda has convinced people that Vladimir Putin is defending them from an existential threat.
The visit makes Anthony Albanese the first Australian prime minister in history to make it to Ukraine.