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Las Vegas Shooting

Survivors tell us what should be done about mass shootings

Emma Fidel
Milena Mikael-Debass
10.5.17
Berkeley

Veteran Berkeley protester to antifa: "try to be braver"

VICE News spoke to a veteran Berkeley protester who claims that antifa is doing it all wrong
VICE News
9.27.17
VICE News Guide to the World

The VICE News Guide to the World — Week of September 4

This year’s outbreak was more deadly than almost every previous outbreak combined.
VICE News
9.8.17
After Charlottesville

Lone man in tie-dye defends Charlottesville Confederate monuments

Lone man in tie-dye defends Charlottesville Confederate monuments
Gabriel Connelly
8.24.17
After Charlottesville

Angry Charlottesville residents took over a city council meeting

Charlottesville, Virginia residents rallied against city officials Monday night as they took over a city council meeting.
Emma Fidel
8.22.17
The VICE News Guide to the World

The Vice News Guide to the World - August

The deadly airstrike marks the latest civilian casualties in Yemen’s spiraling civil war, which has claimed over 10,000 lives and sparked an epidemic of cholera that is killing one person every hour, according to the International Committee of the Red...
VICE News
8.4.17
Vice News Tonight

We met 27 people who claim to be the rulers of their own countries

Oliver Noble
8.3.17
Poland

Poland's president stopped a right-wing takeover of the court system

Emma Fidel
7.24.17
ISIS

Iraq declares end of ISIS caliphate, but the war is far from over

VICE News
6.29.17
airlines

United CEO apologizes before Congress as lawmakers threaten rules changes

United CEO Oscar Munoz again apologized for the April 9 incident in which a passenger, Dr. David Dao, was violently dragged off of a plane in Chicago after he refused to give up his seat.
Emma Fidel
5.2.17
immigration

What happens to migrants when the U.S. closes its borders

16,000 Haitians arrived to the Mexico-U.S. border seeking asylum over the past year.
Jika Gonzalez
Brittany Ross
4.26.17
migrants

Hundreds are missing after a fire destroyed a huge migrant camp in France

A migrant camp housing 1,500 people burned down Monday night in northern France, leaving hundreds displaced and others missing.
Emma Fidel
4.11.17
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