We Spent an Afternoon Learning the Art of Civil Disobedience
I learned how to get past a police cordon and how to tangle my legs together to avoid getting picked up.
Photos of Greek Christians and Conspiracy Theorists Protesting Their New ID Cards
Yiannis Makrogianelis, Words by Diomidis Pitouras
We Saw Pegida UK's Damp and Dull Anti-Islamic March in Birmingham
About 200 people trudged in silence in the rain, held up placards reading 'Trump is right' and heard ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson speak.
Riots Marked the 7th Anniversary of Alexandros Grigoropoulos' Death in Athens Last Night
Since December 2008, annual demonstrations are held in Greece to commemorate the teen's killing and protest police violence. Ironically, the protests often culminate in clashes between demonstrators and police.
Panagiotis Maidis, Thanasis Kamvisis, Words: Pavlos Toub
How Europe Expressed Solidarity in the Wake of the Paris Terror Attacks
France, as well as the rest of the world, is shocked and grieving. But citizens in various cities throughout Europe gathered yesterday to express support and organise solidarity protests.
Burning Police Cars and Clashes with Cops: Photos of London's Million Mask March
Anonymous protesters flooded London last night, setting off smoke bombs and causing mayhem.
Chris Bethell and Daniel Bateman
Why Police Can Whack You with Sticks, But Not Spray You with a Water Cannon
Theresa May won't let the police use water cannons, but are her safety concerns for real? Or Does she just want to annoy Boris Johnson?
The Bahraini Uprising in Photos: Road Blocks, Tear Gas and No Right to Protest
Photography collective Road Bloc have been taking risks to depict the intense political unrest that has been unfolding in Bahrain for years.
How Britain Dealt with the Shit Hitting the Fan in 2014
Some protests are better than others – here's what the nation's angry, poor and disenfranchised learned in the last 12 months.
The Hangover News
This weekend, Shock News: a UKIP candidate said some really offensive stuff.
Demonstrations Turn Violent: Greece's Young Anarchists
VICE News was in Greece for this year's demonstration commemorating the 1973 student uprising, as protestors were met with an unprecedented level of police brutality.
Greek Students Marched for a Better Education Yesterday
They're protesting and occupying their high schools against a new round of educational reforms.
Melpomeni Maragkidou, Photos: Nikos Palaiologos / SOOC