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Julian Assange finally questioned over rape allegations after 6 years
Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for more than four years, avoiding Swedish authorities who want to question him
Vice News Tonight
France a year after the Paris terrorist attacks
"It was, for us, a defeat of our intelligence services," one politician told VICE News.
France's far right attempts to clean up its image ahead of Presidential elections
German right-wing leader compares migrants to a pile of compost — to hearty applause
"What should we make of the 'Germany is colourful' campaign? A compost heap is colorful too."
Why Gerry Adams thinks his Brexit loss could win him Northern Ireland
The political and economic fallout of the Brexit could boost support for a vote on Irish unification, which would see Northern Ireland leave the United Kingdom.
war and conflict
An alleged victim of British colonial abuse in Kenya testifies in London — six decades later
On Monday, an 81-year-old man became the first witness to testify in London after 40,000 Kenyans sued the British government for alleged torture and mistreatment under colonial rule.
How a photo of a park pissed off the authorities in Europe's last dictatorship
In Belarus, government forces, including the former Soviet bloc's last remaining KGB, regularly crack down on protesters and independent journalists.
In Photos: Tear Gas, Blood, and Molotov Cocktails in Central Paris
On Tuesday, one of France's largest and most hardline trade unions staged a mass demonstration in central Paris, against a labor-reform law. Things turned ugly fast.
How Austria Is Set to Become the First European Country to Elect a Far-Right Leader Since WWII
The far right Freedom Party has worked hard to shed its Nazi legacy and thuggish image. Now, its candidate looks likely to become president of Austria.
Why Record Numbers of Ukrainian Jews Are Fleeing to Israel
Israeli organizations are setting up shop in eastern Ukraine, to help Jewish people displaced by war with Russia-backed rebels. Anyone with Jewish heritage can take one-way flights to Israel.
The Battle Between Oxford University Students and the British Empire
Leaked documents show that Oxford University trustees were concerned about losing around $150 million in donations if they removed a statue of a famed 19th century British Empire-builder.
defense & security
So Are We All at War Against the Islamic State, and Is That Legal?
France is looking for allies in its war against IS, but exactly what war against a"state" that isn't a state means, and who will do what in it, is far from certain.