NIGERIA

Indomie

How Indomie Became Insanely Popular in Nigeria

Indomie is literally how you say "noodles" in Nigeria. We asked some locals why they love packet Mi Goreng so much.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
4.26.17
travel-world

Hanging Out With British Tourists Sticking Around in the Gambia's Political Turmoil

Why let a state of emergency get in the way of your holiday?
Lorraine Mallinder
1.26.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Australian Miners Kidnapped in Nigeria Have Been Released

The group was kidnapped last Wednesday when they were ambushed by a 30-strong group of armed militiamen.
Katherine Gillespie
6.27.16
News

Four Australian Mine Workers Have Been Abducted by Nigerian Militants

No ransom demand has been received as yet, nor have the kidnappers made contact with police.
Katherine Gillespie
6.23.16
Vice Blog

VICE Season Four Is Hitting Australian TV Screens This Weekend

Season four will look at the struggling small scale weed growers of California's infamous Emerald Triangle, the women fighting for gender equality in Afghanistan, and the lives of Palestinian teenagers living on the West Bank.
VICE Staff
4.28.16
News

What Does Nigeria's Use of Private Military Companies Against Boko Haram Mean for the World?

The government's recent decision to hire PMCs raised some uncomfortable questions about the future of conflict in the region and on a global scale.
Bruno Bayley
2.17.16
News

What Life Was Like on the Ground During the Ebola Crisis

We spoke with correspondent Danny Gold about the psychological effects of reporting on a deadly epidemic, and if the world will be better prepared for the next one.
Dory Carr-Harris
1.27.16
Photo

Reimagining Nigeria’s Yoruba Folk Tales Through Photos

Cristina de Middel's haunting and beautiful photographic interpretation of 'My Life in the Bush of Ghosts' mixes fiction and photojournalism.
Words by Raf Katigbak, Photos by Christina de Midde
11.6.15
News

A conversation with Virginia Comolli, author of 'Boko Haram: Nigeria's Islamist Insurgency.'

A conversation with Virginia Comolli, author of <i>Boko Haram: Nigeria's Islamist Insurgency</i>.
Sam Tahmassebi
11.3.15
travel

How a Pink and White Bus Is Protecting Sex Workers in Paris

Because of French laws criminalizing sex work, many prostitutes in Paris do their work hidden in the woods. L'Association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes brings the resources directly to them by way of their bus.
Beau Flemister
10.12.15
News

Vulnerable Australians Are Being Tricked into Running Drugs for Syndicates

Email scammers are convincing old, disabled, and mentally ill people to commit crimes.
Wendy Syfret
8.6.15
News

The Plight of Immigrant Offenders Kicked Out of the UK Before They Can Appeal

"Deport first, appeal later" legislation means immigrants who commit minor crimes can only appeal after they've already been removed and, in many cases, left destitute.
Philip Kleinfeld
7.14.15