Why France's Gilets Jaunes Protests Continue to Rage On

We spoke to a Parisian activist and academic about why they started and what they have evolved into.


Inside the Trials of the Paris Rioters

Mistaken identities, angry parents and terrible excuses – here's what happened at this week's emergency hearings for the 400 arrests made during the violent Yellow Vest protests.


Why Are So Many Prison Riots Happening in the UK?

From Birmingham to the Isle of Sheppy, there hasn't been this much unrest among the prison population in a generation


Athens Welcomed Obama With Molotov Bombs and Tear Gas

On Tuesday morning, Barack Obama arrived in Athens for his final foreign trip as President of the United States.


Photos the Brazilian Police Could Not Delete

At a recent demonstration in São Paulo, Vinicius Gomes' camera was run over by a police car. Luckily, another photographer was able to recover the pieces and found that the memory card miraculously still worked.


Documenting Post-Chavez Venezuela

"This work is about inequality," says photographer Natalie Keyssar, "and a level of tension and sometimes danger so powerful in daily life it's almost palpable."


How Likely Are Riots This Summer?

We spoke to an expert to find out.


We Asked People from Unstable European Countries For Advice on How to Deal with Our Political Mess

For most of Europe, political stability seems like a strange, quaint little thing of the past.


I Spent the 90s Fighting Fascists on the Streets of Warsaw

Rupert was a member of an antifascist street patrol team in the 90s. We talked to him about how the new right wing extremism in Poland is different from the kind he used to fight.


Brutal Brawls and Broken Bottles: Unseen Photos from the Golden Age of Greek Hooliganism

Greek hooligans share photos from the most brutal brawls they attended in the 1990s.


Chase & Status and Slaves' New Track is Nowhere Near as Important as They Think It Is

"Control" is as meaningful as the black and white video accompanying it...which is not very.


This Kit Gives Protesters Weapons for Anonymity & Encryption

New York-based designers Xuedi Chen and Pedro Oliveira have created a kit of wearables for civil unrest.