A Photographer's Reflections on Capturing the World's Worst Conflict Zones
Japanese photographer Ryo Kameyama lost his sight in his left eye documenting the conflict in Palestine's Gaza Strip.
Why Do War Photographers Lose Interest When People Stop Dying?
We spoke to the founder of the Aftermath Project about a new photo book that explores post-conflict photography.
Masculinity and Mental Health in Post-Genocide Rwanda
The vast majority of perpetrators of the 1994 genocide were men. Now, having served time in prison, they want to heal themselves and their communities, but toxic masculinity remains a barrier.
How Activists Are Trying to Save What They Can of Congo
We talked to documentary filmmaker Paul Freedman about his film 'Merci Congo' in anticipation of its premiere on VICELAND.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, a man was shot and killed by police during a routine traffic stop in Minnesota, Attorney General Loretta Lynch closed the case on Hillary Clinton's private email server, and more.
Photo Essay: The Rise of Basketball in Rwanda
Basketball is rising in popularity in Rwanda, and one nonprofit is using the sport to tackle some of the country's biggest issues.
Watch Suroosh Alvi Go to Rwanda with Bono in This Web-Exclusive Clip from the VICE Doc 'Countdown to Zero'
VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi traveled to Rwanda with U2 lead singer and (RED) co-founder Bono to explore how we have reached "the beginning of the end of AIDS" and what needs to happen next.
Watch Our HBO Special Report on the Fight to Cure AIDS, 'Countdown to Zero'
In it, VICE co-founders Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi talk to the patients, policymakers, activists, clinicians, and researchers leading the international charge for an AIDS-free world.
The Presidential Controversy Threatening to Pull Burundi Apart
Protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza have led to violence clashes between the police and demonstrators—and things don't look to be returning to normal anytime soon in the African nation.
We Spoke to Former Rwandan Genocidaires
Twenty years ago during the three-month long genocide, 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus died. I traveled to a prison in Rwanda to speak to the men and women who were convicted of genocide.
How Sorcery Saved Lives During the Rwandan Genocide
Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide, perpetrators are still being brought to justice, and heroic stories are still emerging. One such story belongs to Zula Karuhimbi, a woman some Rwandans claim saved more than 100 people through “sorcery.”
Twenty Years After Its Genocide, Rwanda Still Has Issues
The feel-good redemption stories I've been reading are way too simplistic.The Tutsi-led RPF are still in power and Rwanda’s current president, Paul Kagame, was their commander in 1994.