Americans Are Getting Their Voluntourism Fix on a New Carnival Cruise
Fathom is the world's first-ever cruise line for vacationers who don't just want to do beaches, spas, and shopping. It's for people who want to "travel with purpose."
Friday on VICE on HBO: Leaving China in Pursuit of the African Dream
China is now by far the biggest trading nation in Africa. People are benefiting — and ambivalent about their new partner. VICE on HBO went to check it out.
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The Brutal Consequences of Uganda's Infamous Anti-Gay Law
Uganda's infamous anti-gay law forced hundreds of LGBT people to flee to Kenya, a country nearly as inhospitable as their home. What can the UN do to protect them?
Jacob Kushner; Photos by Jake Naughton
Following Outcry, the Red Cross Is Shifting Its Priorities in Haiti
The Red Cross says it is adopting a better approach to help Haitians recover from the 2010 earthquake — but past mistakes might plague its future.
Obama Heads to a Kenya in Turmoil on His First Visit to the Country as President
As the US president prepares to travel to his father’s homeland, human rights advocates worry that Obama risks legitimizing Kenya’s unscrupulous war on terror.