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North Korea Reportedly Has Over 300 Public Execution Sites

A human rights group in South Korea found that offences ranging from stealing a cow to watching a South Korean TV show has got citizens killed.
Shamani Joshi
6.13.19
VICE Votes

These Law Students in Northern India Are Fighting For The Constitutional Right Of 4 Lakh Prisoners to Vote

“If one can contest for elections from within the prison, why can’t they vote too?"
Pallavi Pundir
4.8.19
Photography

How the World's Prisons Look From Within

Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
Laura Woods
3.13.19
VICE News Tonight on HBO

This Man Could Be the World's Last Nazi Hunter

Jens Rommel has been at the forefront of the prosecution of remaining Nazi war criminals — but it's a dying industry.
Andrew Potter
8.8.18
Australia Today

One Punch Dickhead Ryan Wells Released on Bail Because Jail Is 'Full'

Outrage grows in Victoria as 32-year-old attacker is allowed to walk free.
Briony Wright
7.31.18
crime

10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Lawyer Who Defends Rapists

"Hearing someone give evidence about how their life has been ruined is emotional for absolutely everyone."
Sam Nichols
5.28.18
New music

Hold Up a Second: Justice Are Releasing a New Album In August

'Woman World Wide' will see the French duo reworking some of their best known tracks. It's due on 24 August.
Lauren O'Neill
5.10.18
Work

The Human Rights You Lose When You Don't Speak English 


Does Australia have enough systems in place to ensure social equity for everyone?
Zoe Holman
11.28.17
JUSTICE

New Zealand High Court Finds National Ripped Off Eminem

Judge charges the political party $600,000 for using 'Lose Yourself' "sound-alike" in their election campaign.
Tess McClure
10.25.17
ufc209

Kiwi UFC Star Mark Hunt Is Back - And He's Bitter

"For the first time ever I've wanted to really hurt someone in the Octagon."
Ben Stanley
3.2.17
thump news

Justice’s First Essential Mix in Nine Years is Finally Here

The duo describe the mix as, "slow, moody and heavy."
Britt Julious
12.19.16
Art

A Traveling Arts Nonprofit Addresses 9/11, the Holocaust, and Anti-Bullying

Have Art: Will Travel! Inc. brings gender-justice and environmental awareness to places they’re needed most.
Taylor Lindsay
12.12.16
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