The family of the murdered Wall Street Journal reporter called it a “complete travesty of justice” that endangers journalists everywhere.
Yemenis who say their families and lives have been destroyed by seven erroneously-targeted attacks seek to hold the U.S. accountable for its war on terror, and have filed a petition against the government.
In a VICE World News investigation, Rohingya women share their harrowing stories of being sold to men in Kashmir.
It comes as minutes seen by VICE World News reveal NGOs fear hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of starvation unless aid agencies are given access to the region.
Two suicide bombers detonated their suicide belts in a busy market during morning rush hour, in the first such suspected ISIS attack since January 2018.
In the ongoing border dispute between the two nuclear-armed countries, new satellite visuals of yet another Chinese village has triggered concerns of "salami-slicing" all over again.
In his first English-language interview since fleeing Belarus, dissident Kastus Zhukouski tells VICE World News about the cost of opposing Europe's last dictator.
Formerly secret documents show that the recent directive disrupts plans to further entrench the U.S. in Somalia—and civilians will still be in harm's way.
Leaders from all over the world expressed shock and horror at the invasion of the Capitol.
The blasts hit moments after ministers from a new unity government landed and were captured on live TV.
Despite the pandemic, this was a year of activism in Europe.
Refugees tell VICE World News stories of government-aligned militias checking IDs to identify ethnic Tigrayans, as border tensions between Sudan and Ethiopia rise.