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    • 1.5.15

      Bird-Watching in a War Zone (Extra Scene from 'The War Next Door')

      In this extra scene, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky encounters a group of bird-watchers, seemingly unfazed by the conflict occurring nearby.

    • 12.24.14

      The War Next Door (Full Length)

      VICE News travels to Israel’s “quiet border” in the Golan Heights, where members of al Nusra Front are now a visible threat.

    • 12.23.14

      The War Next Door (Part 5)

      In the final part of our series, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky gets a perspective on the looming threat of the al Nusra Front from a special unit of the IDF — Bedouin trackers who specialize in protecting the border.

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    • 12.22.14

      The War Next Door (Part 4)

      In part four of a five-part series, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky meets the group caught in the middle of the conflict across the border — the Druze of the Majdal Shams village.

    • 12.19.14

      The War Next Door (Part 3)

      In part three of a five-part series, VICE News visits the top tourist destination in Israeli-controlled Golan Heights, where tourists and UN observers enjoy the views of volcanic hills, sprawling vineyards, and Syria's civil war.

    • 12.18.14

      The War Next Door (Part 2)

      In part two of a five-part series, VICE News visits the Ziv Medical Center, a hospital that is unique due to its proximity to the international borders with Lebanon and Syria.

    • 12.17.14

      The War Next Door (Part 1)

      In part one of a five-part series, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky gets exclusive access to an IDF special operation, highlighting an unusual relationship they have with their Syrian enemies across the border.

    • 12.12.14

      The War Next Door (Trailer)

      Coming soon: VICE News travels to Israel’s “quiet border” with Syria in the Golan Heights, where members of the al Qaeda-affiliate, al Nusra Front, are now a visible threat.

    • 11.8.14

      Inside the 1,000-Year-Old Gardens of Egypt

      In a remote part of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, ancient gardens once tended by Bedouin tribes have fallen into disrepair. But after the 2011 revolution tanked the tourist economy, the tribesmen here have begun to return, providing a glimpse of a more...