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The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump agrees to meet North Korea's Kim face to face, federal judge offers Trump Twitter advice, Pacific nations flout US with free trade deal, and more.
VICE Staff
3.9.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Hope Hicks set to testify in Congress, aid workers said to exploit Syrian women for sex for years, earthquake in Papua New Guinea kills at least 14, and more.
VICE Staff
2.27.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

White House mulls roughly $29 billion in hurricane relief, Las Vegas shooter reportedly told girlfriend to leave US, Catalan government set to declare independence, and more.
VICE Staff
10.4.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Almost 500 arrested in immigration raids, Trump defends Puerto Rico response (again), ISIS leaks recording of supposedly dead leader, and more.
VICE Staff
9.29.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

North Carolina declares a state of emergency after the second night of protests, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan pledge to cure all diseases by 2100, the cast of 'The West Wing' will campaign for Clinton in Ohio, and more.
VICE Staff
9.22.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, the Trump campaign accepts that Obama is actually a US citizen, labor law protestors clash with police in Paris, and the Fed has recalled one million Samsung Galaxy Note 7s due to explosions.
VICE Staff
9.16.16
News

Crossing Borders with the Austrian Activists Helping Refugees in Hungary

This weekend, Austrian activists organised a convoy to deliver aid to refugees stranded in Hungary.
Christopher Glanzl, Words: Michael Bonvalot
9.7.15
News

The 'Dangerous Delusions' About How to Help the World's Poor

I spoke to one of the people behind a report called "The Poor Are Getting Richer and Other Dangerous Delusions" about how this week's World Economic Forum in Davos will get things wrong.
Oscar Rickett
1.21.15
News

Senegal's Sea Widows Are Well on Their Way to Financial Independence

In the last decade, thousands of young migrants have left Senegal on rickety fishing boats hoping to find work in Europe. Many have died at sea, leaving behind a new class of women: the “sea widows,” as a local newspaper called them.
Maïa de La Baume and Stefania Rousselle
6.15.14
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This Canadian Dental Clinic Offers Free Care to Victims of Domestic Abuse

Women who fall victim to domestic abuse can end up with facial disfigurements and tooth damage. Luckily, there's a free dental clinic in Toronto looking to mend this critical issue.
Jabbari Weekes
10.30.13
Travel

Rural Mexico Has Been Ravaged by a Hurricane and Ignored by the Government

The area surrounding Ciudad Altamirano was hit hard by Hurricane Manuel, but in the immediate aftermath the federal government did little to help.
Eric Nusbaum
9.30.13
News

Burma's Rohingya Ghettos Broke My Heart

Sittwe, the capital of Burma's restive Rakhine state, is a town divided. Or, put more accurately, segregated, thanks to the majority Buddhist Rakhine people developing a passion for beating, raping, and murdering members of the local Muslim Rohingya...
Emanuel Stoakes
4.23.13
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