'I Was Gone from the World and Nobody Noticed': One Woman's Story of Being Trapped by NXIVM
"I remember scratching down my arms and wanting to scream."
This Artist Exposes the Voices of New Zealanders Trapped in Australian Detention Centres
And now VICE can share these heartbreaking messages for the first time outside the exhibition.
A Month After Going Viral, Grime MC Marci Phonix Has More to Say
As a guest on a news segment about the Windrush deportation crisis, he made a Conservative politician look ridiculous. But Marci isn't done.
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Obama Slams Trump's DACA Decision as 'Cruel' and 'Wrong'
"This is about whether we are a people who kick hopeful young strivers out of America, or whether we treat them the way we’d want our own kids to be treated."
Police Brutality and Deportation Won’t Stop the Deadly MS-13 Gang
We talked to local cops and community activists about Trump's favourite target: a murderous gang comprised partly of immigrants he does not understand.
Michael Edison Hayden
The Lawyers Trying to Get Their Clients Sent to Jail
Public defenders in New York City are actually trying to get immigrant clients sent to Rikers to avoid the feds—and deportation.
Trump's Massive Crackdown on Immigrants Has Begun
Even people in the US legally aren't necessarily safe from deportation, some lawyers say.
Welcome to Stewart Detention Center, the Black Hole of America's Immigration System
At Stewart, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
What It Feels Like to Be Deported
One night in 1951, soldiers woke up my grandmother and put her on a train to a barren plain on the other side of her country.
Vlad Marko Tollea
What Happens to Your Stuff When You Get Deported From the US?
Immigrants are regularly deported with only the clothes on their back—no cellphones, no ID, no cash.
Why Does the UK Care About the Australian Family Being Deported from Scotland?
Around 40,000 people are made to leave the UK each year. So what's so special about these guys?
Living in Exile in Your Twenties When You're Wanted by the Taliban
Asylum seekers who make it out of Afghanistan as children are protected by law, but things change once you turn 18.
Sam Bright; Illustrations: Ella Strickland de Sou