Meet the Electrician Who Sells the Best Olive Oil in England
Among the fuses and fluorescent lights, Embassy Electrical Supplies in London stocks the country's finest olive oil—according to New York Magazine.
Found J.R.R. Tolkien Map Reveals Middle-Earth's Earthly Inspirations
An annotated map of Middle-Earth was found in an illustrator’s old copy of 'Lord of the Rings.'
The Ecstasy and the Agony: The Brief History of Cyprus Rugby
The arrival of international rugby on Cyprus was a happy by-product of an unhappy history. But despite embarking on a record-breaking winning streak, their dreams of qualifying for the World Cup were dashed by off-pitch bureaucracy.
This Is Why British Soldiers Are Finding it Harder to Come Back to the UK
We talked to some soldiers overseas about the difficulties they face in travelling back to the UK now that their overseas wage subsidies have been slashed.
Exploring Nicosia, the Last Divided Capital City In the World
Is the animosity between Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots still too great for any chance of reconciliation?
The Politics of Food: Cypriot Songbird Massacre
We travel to Cyprus to learn more about why the largest massacre of songbirds anywhere in the world is happening on British sovereign territory – and why poachers won't stop.
The Outta My Way, I’m Walking Here Issue
A Sneak Peek at Some Upcoming VICE Documentaries
Featuring songbirds, cocaine, female Chinese bodyguards and the Chileans in charge of slaughtering beavers.
I Went to the Cypriot Golden Dawn's Fifth Birthday Party
ELAM are selling their own brand of ultra-nationalism.
Faisal Islam Has Spent Five Years Watching Europe Collapse
We interviewed Channel 4's economics editor about the financial crisis.
The Refugee Family Living in a Military Tin Hut Next to Ayia Napa
Mustafa and his family are stuck in an asylum hinterland on a British military base.
Hannah Lucinda Smith
Will Cypriots Have to Pay to Clear Up the Bankers' Mess?
They're pissed off and so are the Russians.
The Hangover News
The UK's big three parties regulated the press this week, but you were probably too drunk to notice.