Afghanistan

climate change

The Glaciers on Earth's 'Third Pole' Are Bursting, Causing Deadly Floods

Climate change is creating yet another dangerous new phenomenon.
August Rick
8.27.18
Photography

Tim Hetherington's Photos Are a Tender Look at Male Sexuality and War

Before he died in 2011, Tim Hetherington showed us intimate moments between soldiers on the front lines.
Miss Rosen
4.23.18
refugees

Indonesia Is Welcoming Refugees With Forced Curfews and Violent Crackdowns

Asylum seekers and refugees living in Indonesia have always had a rough time. Now, in Makassar, things just got a lot worse.
Nadine Freischlad
2.22.18
Gender

The Afghan Cafe Forced to Ban Men May Have to Close

Political pressure forced the nearly three-year-old Bamiyan Women's Café to ban unaccompanied men. The staff is not optimistic about what that means for the cafe's future.
Maija Liuhto
2.5.18
Fitness

This Grandmother Opened a Gym for Women in Afghanistan

A lot of them are required permission from their families, especially their male guardians, to be able to go.
Ruchi Kumar
11.20.17
women's rights

Afghan Women Are Fighting for the Right to Be Called By Their Names

Some Afghan men believe that sharing a woman's birth name dishonors her, using phrases like "my goat" or "my chicken" to refer to them instead. Now, women are fighting back with a social media campaign that asks: Where is my name?
Mitchell Sunderland
8.8.17
Interviews

Broadly Voices: Malala Yousafzai

Broadly's Ariel Wengroff sits down with social advocate Malala Yousafzai at the UN headquarters in New York.
Ariel Wengroff
8.4.17
refugees

'We're Not Living, We're Just Alive': Hazara Teens Struggle With Life on the Streets

Afghan asylum seekers are trapped in a never-ending purgatory as Western nations try to shut them out.
Claire Molloy
8.2.17
terrorism

Meet The Former Mujahideen Behind Indonesia's Fight Against Terrorism

Nasir Abas has been called a radical, a traitor, and a marked man. And he might be Indonesia's best resource in the fight against terrorism.
Adi Renaldi
5.5.17
Insider Outsider

How the Crocodile Hunter Became an Icon in the Middle East

In Middle Eastern folklore, the hero is a "wise fool"—a layman who tackles extraordinary feats with naive inquisitiveness. Steve Irwin fit the bill.
Mahmood Fazal
4.29.17
Motherboard Homepage

The Taliban Want to Go Green

I asked the terrorist organization in Afghanistan about their sudden interest in battling climate change.
Austin Bodetti
4.20.17
ISIS

ISIS Is Suffering Setbacks In Syria And Iraq, But They Are Gaining Ground In Afghanistan

VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson reports in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar Province.
VICE News
1.11.17