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Facebook
Facebook

Facebook just took data protections away from 1.5 billion users

Facebook is moving profile data out of its Ireland facility and back to the U.S. to avoid Europe’s strict new privacy law
David Gilbert
4.19.18
Brexit
Brexit

We Asked Young Brexiteers How They Reckon Brexit's Going

"We've made this course of action, and we just have to go with it."
Rob Nowill
3.25.18
housing
housing

Here’s Where You Should Live If You’re Young and Broke

Hint: Not America.
Manisha Krishnan
1.11.18
travel
travel

I Traveled Across Europe and Didn’t Pay for Accommodations Once

House sitting is the best way to free up some adventure capital. Must love weird cats though.
Christine Estima
12.14.17
trauma
trauma

An Armed Robbery Ruined My European Vacation, Then My Life When I Got Home

Sometimes the psychological aftermath is more terrifying than being threatened with murder.
Nick Martinello
12.9.17
travel
travel

I Traveled Across Europe for a Month and Lived off of $25 a Day

Couch-surfing in small towns leads to some seriously weird adventures.
Christine Estima
10.24.17
Far-Right Extremism
Far-Right Extremism

The Extreme Right Is More Global Than Ever

A new study suggests the far right is one step ahead of efforts to counter its message.
Mack Lamoureux
10.23.17
Culture
Culture

We Talked to Students Whose Families Want Them in Arranged Marriages

Sometimes a vacation back home ends up being a blind date with a stranger.
Premila D'Sa
10.14.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Refugee Rescue Boat Tries to Rescue Stranded Anti-Refugee Activists

"To help those who are in distress is the duty of everyone who is at sea—no matter their origins, skin color, religion, or views," the rescue group's chairman said.
Drew Schwartz
8.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Cops Say Thieves Stole $590K of iPhones in Daring Highway Robbery

The gang allegedly pulled up behind a moving truck, broke in, and smuggled the loot through their sunroof—all while whizzing down a highway in the Netherlands.
Calder McHugh
8.2.17
travel
travel

The Strange Tradition Where People Dress Up As Demons and Jump over Babies

The annual tradition is supposed to relinquish the babies' sins and protect them from all kinds of ailments—especially hernias.
Gonzalo Herrera
6.27.17
New Neighbours
New Neighbours

What I Learned Trying to Become a Pro Footballer in the UK

I think you have to be a bit faster and stronger, if you want to play professionally in Europe.
Helal Al Baarini
5.29.17