Nadiya Savchenko arrived home in Kiev on Wednesday after nearly two years in a Russian jail, part of a prisoner swap for two Russians held in Ukraine.
A black market money dealer in Kiev wouldn't give his full name to VICE News, not for fear of being arrested, but because he did not want to be robbed.
Relatives are angry over the perceived inaction and lassitude of protest leaders and politicians, and the lack of justice for victims gunned down in the demonstrations.
The photographer Guillermo Cervera always looks to portray a hidden side of world conflicts that news outlets won't immediately think to cover. For instance, when he was in Afghanistan a few years back, he took photos of the swimming pools and gyms in...
We sneak into a Ukrainian naval base and meet a commander who hopes the world will unite against Russia.
VICE News went along with thousands of curious Ukrainians to scope out and walk around Yanukovych's house—sort of like a kleptocrat version of Cribs.
As unrest spread throughout Ukraine, President Viktor Yanukovich announced the repeal of the anti-protest laws he passed only weeks ago.