VICE talked to Buba Aguiar, one of the leading voices of Brazil's youth activism community, about police violence, racism, and how coronavirus has strained favelas already falling apart at the seams.
“How will I get to a hospital if I am sick and cannot walk,” asked one woman, “and with what money will I pay for it?”
As the Western Canadian separatist movement Wexit has appointed a former Conservative as leader, its founder is pushing for Alberta to become the 51st state of the U.S.
Generation Rent says that loopholes in the government’s new housing plans could damage social housing infrastructure.
SMILES crystals, made from star-shaped lattices, are a solution to a 150-year old problem in materials science.
Citizens in Beirut are removing debris, rescuing trapped victims, and counting the corpses while they wait for a government response.
The sentence was announced amid declining Canada-China relations. Tensions started in 2018 when Canada detained Meng Wanzhou of Huawei and have worsened since.
The US government is demonstrating that it is no better than the country it has long criticized for its vast censorship apparatus.
'Hang Up the Nooses': Anger Grows in Lebanon Over Revelations Officials Ignored Chemical Stockpile Warnings
The Lebanese government is accused of failing to heed six warnings to act on the the 2,750 ton stash of ammonium nitrate.
The crocodile's partner, Bonnie, is in mourning.
Song and dance videos have made influencers out of Filipinos in Hong Kong but to them, TikTok’s departure means losing a bridge to loved ones back home.
The Congress members' motive could be more about their ties to lucrative but low-quality private universities.