Libya

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
war

Why Coalition Airstrikes Became So Much Deadlier for Civilians in 2017

There was a 42 percent increase in civilian deaths from 2016.
Bruno Bayley
1.11.18
war

Death from Above: How Aerial Bombing Changed the World

Viewing history from the skies.
Yohann Koshy
2.3.17
News

How David Cameron Fucked Up Libya and Got Away With It

David Cameron's just an ordinary guy now, accountable to nobody.
Sam Kriss
9.15.16
News

The Hangover News

This weekend, up to 700 people died trying to cross the Mediterranean, Japan put its military on high alert, that Chinese soap company said people were "overreacting", and more.
Mac Hackett
5.31.16
Photo

Michael Christopher Brown Talks About the Demands of Photographing War

In April of 2011, a bombing in Libya killed photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, and injured Brown. This painful experience is an integral part of his new book, <i>Libyan Sugar</i>.
Bruno Bayley, Photos: Michael Christopher Brown/Mag
4.25.16
News

A Myth-Busting Guide to Migration to the UK

Is there really a "swarm" of benefits scroungers trying to get into soft-touch Britain?
Philip Kleinfeld
8.17.15
Travel

I Spent a Fearful and Lonely Night on the 'Immigration Train'

The story of a migrant's journey from the floors of Milan Central Station to the streets of Paris.
Henry C. Krempels
7.20.15
News

We Spoke to Canada’s Immigration Minister About Refugees, Niqabs and Terrorists

Chris Alexander tells VICE that Canada's immigration system is better than ever.
Justin Ling
6.12.15
News

The Hangover News

This weekend, anti-Tory protesters in London demonstrated outside Downing Street, and an anti-Tory protester in Plymouth smeared shit all over the office windows of his local Conservative MP.
Mac Hackett
5.11.15
Stuff

We Asked An Expert What Would Happen if the EU Opened Its Borders to Everyone

Economist Michael Clemens is pretty sure that the continent won't collapse.
Matern Boeselager
4.29.15
News

Libya's Migrant Problem Gets Worse And Worse

So far this year, over 1700 migrants have died in the process of crossing the Mediterranean into Europe. That number is likely to spike as traffic increases in the summer months.
Mark Hay
4.23.15
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