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China May Be Using the Belt and Road Initiative to Covertly Develop Military Infrastructure Abroad

In the last few decades, China's Navy has gone from practically nonexistent to one of the largest navies in the world.
VICE News
2.28.19
video

Cape Town Cops Are Punishing People for Using Too Much Water

Cape Town has deployed police to fine anyone using more than their share of water.
Sarah Sax
Jika Gonzalez
Jackson Fager
2.6.19
china

Chinese Ambassador Just Accused Canada of 'White Supremacy' Over Arrest of Huawei Executive

“The reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy.”
David Gilbert
1.11.19
video

This Guy Collects Artwork From Serial Killers

William Harder shows us his "murderbilia".
VICE Staff
12.21.18
asia & pacific

Is the United Nations Failing the Rohingya?

In the final part of our three-part series, VICE News correspondent Danny Gold reveals leaked internal UN documents that suggest an effort to keep concerns about the Rohingya quiet.
VICE News
10.31.18
video

Facing Violence and Discrimination as Myanmar's Muslim Minority

In part one of our three-part series, VICE News correspondent Danny Gold travels to Myanmar to investigate the violence and discrimination faced by the country's Muslim minority.
VICE News
10.27.18
Facebook

The Facebook Hack Is Way Worse Than Previously Thought

Facebook revealed Friday that the biggest security breach in the company’s history is much worse than they first thought.
David Gilbert
10.16.18
VICE News

Chinese Movie Star Fan Bingbing Reappears After Sudden Disappearance in July

The X-Men star has topped Forbes’ list of highest-paid celebrities in China for four consecutive years
Rex Santus
10.5.18
russia

Putin’s Ex-Bodyguard Just Challenged a Top Kremlin Critic to a Duel on YouTube

“I simply challenge you to a duel — in the ring, on the judo mat, wherever.”
Greg Walters
9.13.18
Thailand

Thai PM Leaves Cardboard Cutout to Take Questions from the Press

Prayuth Chan-ocha will do anything to avoid questions from journalists.
David Gilbert
1.10.18
cryptocurrencies

China Plans to Kill Most of The World’s Bitcoin Mining Operations

China has been a central player in the development of bitcoin in recent years.
David Gilbert
1.9.18
Apple

Some of Apple’s Investors Are Worried About Kids’ Smartphone Addictions

Two of Apple’s biggest shareholders have asked the Silicon Valley giant to do something about smartphone addiction.
Noah Kulwin
1.9.18
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