Europe

tech-science

Europe’s Deadly Heatwave Marked the Hottest June on Record

We can expect more brutal heatwaves to come according to a pair of European climate reports.
Sarah Emerson
7.3.19
Travel

Wow, You Really Need to Start Travelling Internationally By Train

International train travel is so much easier, quicker and greener than you think – just ask travel blogger Mark Smith, AKA "the Man in Seat 61".
Tristan Kennedy
6.21.19
Drugs

The Inside Story of Europe's First Narco-State

A young generation of Albanians are caught between organized crime's politics, rampant unemployment, and the fast cash of Class A drugs.
Monty Reed
6.7.19
Europe

In the Face of a Populist Wave, the EU Is About to Elect a Total Unknown

Europe is set to replace Jean-Claude Juncker with someone you've definitely never heard of.
Gavin Haynes
5.14.19
Europe

Europe Faces a Populist Takeover at the Next EU Election

The Brussels bubble is on a collision course with the part of Europe's electorate that hates it.
Gavin Haynes
4.15.19
Brexit

Wales Is Stockpiling Literal Tonnes of Baked Beans to Prepare for a No-Deal Brexit

Only the essentials then, lads.
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
4.5.19
Drugs

Why Europe Has Dodged America's Fentanyl Crisis

Europe's most lucrative heroin markets seem ripe for a fentanyl takeover. But why the no-show?
Max Daly
2.7.19
alcohol

Wholesalers Are Stockpiling Wine in Fears that Brexit Will Spike Wine Prices

Drowning our sorrows in reasonably-priced French wine might become a thing of the past. Great!
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
1.11.19
politics

How a Professor's Economic Dream Spawned a Hard-Right Monster

The founder of Germany's AfD doesn't like talking about the horror it became.
Gavin Haynes
11.8.18
FRANCE

Burgundy's Last Independent Mustard Factory Will Make Your Eyes Water

The Maison Fallot, in the French city of Beaune, is holding on in the face of food industry giants.
Robin Jafflin
10.8.18
politics

The EU Is Sleepwalking to Disaster

Jean Claude Juncker's final 'State of the Union' address ignored his own legitimacy crisis and the rise of the populist right.
Gavin Haynes
9.17.18
BRITS ABROAD

The Worst Things Brits Have Done Abroad

Following news that Spanish hotels have been forced to pull minibars because of Brits refilling bottles with piss, we asked the important questions.
VICE Staff
9.12.18
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