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Bahrain: An Inconvenient Uprising
VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson traveled to London to speak with Nabeel Rajab, the unofficial leader of Bahrain's uprising, and then headed undercover to Bahrain, where he met activists, protesters, grieving parents, and alleged torture victims.
The Islamic State Versus Lebanon
VICE News traveled to Lebanon to explore the battle being waged by one of the world's fiercest militant groups against one of the Middle East's smallest and most fragile nations.
The High Cost of Cheap Clothes
Cambodian authorities are pushing former sex workers into a trade where conditions and pay are even worse: making clothing for Western brands.
Immigrant America: The Worst Job in New York
Milking cows is a dirty, monotonous job—it's not a job many unemployed Americans are willing to do. But for some reason the government doesn't give dairy farms a way to recruit foreign workers legally, so most feel forced to hire illegal immigrants.
The Sahara's Forgotten War
The bloody, 16-year war in Western Sahara between the native Sahrawi and the Moroccan occupiers who forced more than 100,000 Sahrawis into exile across the border in Algeria is barely noticed worldwide, so VICE News travels to Western Sahara to learn...
Israeli Urban Warfare
The city has become a battlefield. As modern militaries must adapt to a landscape that often gives the upper hand to insurgents, proper training becomes more essential than ever.
The Rise of Sweden's Far-Left Militants
In Sweden, there's been a sharp rise in political violence in the country, with crimes carried out by radical groups making headlines. What's unusual is that one of the most violent extremist organizations in Sweden aligns itself not with Nazism and...
Corruption, Cocaine, and Murder in Trinidad
VICE News visited the slums of Port of Spain and spoke with police, activists, community leaders, and gangsters to understand the country's decade-plus spike in killings.