'People Are Walking With a Noose Around Their Necks': Inside Ukraine's Huge Shadow Economy
A black market money dealer in Kiev wouldn't give his full name to VICE News, not for fear of being arrested, but because he did not want to be robbed.
Dreaming of the Motherland: Crimean Tatars Long to Go Home
VICE News visited Ukraine to meet Crimean Tatars who have fled the peninsula since it was seized by Russia. Persecuted for decades, they're still fighting to keep their culture alive.
Two Years After Ukraine’s Euromaidan, Protesters Say 'Nothing Has Changed'
On the second anniversary of the beginning of the protests that toppled Ukraine’s government, there are still no answers as to who was responsible for the deaths of more than 100 demonstrators.
Crime & Drugs
Could Cannabis Be Decriminalized in the UK?
A UK petition demanding the legalization of cannabis recently gained more than 200,000 signatures, meaning the proposal will be debated in the British parliament.
Psychologists in War-Torn Ukraine Are Fighting a Battle Against PTSD on Two Fronts
Ukrainian psychologists are struggling to work with troops suffering from PTSD who reject therapy in a country that doesn't recognize its value.
Fleeing War in Ukraine's East and Finding Sanctuary in Kiev
Displaced persons now number more than 1 million in Ukraine and volunteer organizations are popping up to help.