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Muslim Women in Sri Lanka Are Pissed About the Post-Bombing Burqa Ban
“Some people have been wearing the niqab for over 30 years and it is a very big part of their identity. Are they not citizens of this country? What about their rights?”
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We Ask Sri Lankan Catholic Youth How the Easter Bombings Changed Their Lives
“The fact that all those people died in a church—a place we all thought beyond doubt was one of the safest places to be in—is just not fair.”
What We Know About the Easter Bombings in Sri Lanka
Almost 300 people were killed and hundreds more wounded.
Let’s Unpack the Infowars Claim that Netflix Inspired Austin Bombings
The pro-gun movement is trying to put an astoundingly stupid spin on a much-needed conversation, and we shouldn’t play along.
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Trump Unleashed 40 Airstrikes Over Five Days in Yemen
Here's what's happening on the ground.
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election
A Former Weather Underground Member Explains Why Anti-Trump Violence Won't Work
Mark Rudd, a member of the infamous Weather Underground who later came to regret the group's bombings, told us that "anyone advocating political violence is either very stupid or a cop (or both)."
We Asked Experts How France Will Respond to the Paris Terror Attacks
The government has already launched a series of police raids and bombed the Islamic State in Syria, but what's next?
The Challenge of Identifying The Dead In a Disaster
After a large-scale disaster, one of the priorities is to identify the corpses, a task that often falls to a disaster-victim-identification expert.
Rockets and Revenge
Hamas and other militant groups have been raining crude rockets into Israel since Operation Protective Edge launched last week—more than 1,000 at last count. VICE News heads there to get a feel for life under constant attack.
Rockets and Revenge
The death toll in Gaza continues to grow as both the Israeli military and Palestinian militants show no signs of backing down.
Corsicans Are Using Bombs to Protect Their Island Paradise
The island has changed hands a number of times over the centuries, being ruled by the Genoese, the French, the British, and by the Corsicans themselves. Now, the French are in charge, and there aren't many people who are particularly happy about that.
Libya Is Getting Better and Better for Teenage Arms Dealers
Clashes have broken out in Libya between militias as they clamor for power. A metaphor for Libya's infatuation with violence can be found in the changing of the wares for sale on Tripoli's Al Rashid Street. Innocuous fireworks have been replaced by...