massacre

Christchurch shooting

Australian Muslims Describe How Christchurch Has Changed Their Lives

"People have been looking at me longer than usual, and I wonder: are they looking at me because they feel sorry for me? Or are they looking at me because they agree with what that man did?"
Jennine Khalik
4.1.19
Christchurch shooting

Things I've Learned About Homegrown Terrorism by Following the Alt-Right

In 2015 I started reporting from Reclaim Australia rallies. That movement has now reached a tragic culmination in New Zealand.
Royce Kurmelovs
3.22.19
cults

Visiting Jonestown: Site of the Largest Murder-Suicide in Modern History

The cult compound where 918 people ended their lives is today in ruins.
Julie Fenwick
9.7.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

MGM Resorts Is Suing Victims of the Las Vegas Shooting to Avoid Liability

In a move one lawyer called "outrageous."
Lauren Messman
7.17.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Cops Heard Adam Lanza Wanted to Kill at Sandy Hook Before Shooting, Docs Show

A trove of newly released files also suggests that the FBI and CIA may have interviewed Lanza years before the shooting.
Drew Schwartz
10.28.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Vegas Shooter Wired $100K to Philippines Last Week

He made the transfer to his girlfriend's home country just days before allegedly mounting one of the worst mass shootings in US history.
Drew Schwartz
10.4.17
News

Meeting the Londoners at Last Night's 'Charlie Hebdo' Solidarity Vigil

They stood in silent defiance in Trafalgar Square, pens held aloft.
Rebecca Suner, Photos: Christopher Bethell
1.8.15
Stuff

Europe's Leading Satirists Respond to the 'Charlie Hebdo' Massacre

"The Paris tragedy just confirms the amount of evil and injustice in the world we live in, and it is our duty to continue fighting against them the best way we know how—with satire."
VICE Staff
1.7.15
cambodia

Cambodian Surf Rockers Were Awesome, but the Khmer Rouge Killed Them

Knowing the grim fate of a musician who died young always influences how the music sounds, but among musician death stories, the tragedies of Sin Sisamuth and Ros Sereysothea are unusually brutal.
Daniel Woolfson
9.19.14
Vice Blog

Remembering Srebrenica on the Anniversary of the 1995 Balkans Massacre

In July 1995, more than 8,000 “Bosniaks” (Bosnian Muslims) were systematically killed by Serb soldiers in what is sometimes called the lone act of European genocide since World War II. It was the culmination of three years of ethnic cleansing.
Giles Clarke
7.16.14
Photo

A Funeral for Manuel, 32 Years After the Guatemalan Massacre That Killed Him

On May 14, 1982, during the height of Guatemala's civil war, Carmen Sánchez Chen was bathing in the Chixoy River when the military attacked, taking her three-year-old son, Manuel. Decades later, Manuel's remains were exhumed from a mass grave, allowing...
James Rodríguez
6.11.14
News

The Chaotic Start of Mohamed Morsi's Trial

Yesterday, for the first time in four months, Egypt's deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi appeared in public. Since his ousting on July 3 the interim government and armed forces have gone to great lengths to keep his whereabouts a secret.
Adam Ramsey
11.5.13
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