cholera

Yemen

Congress opts to keep supporting brutal war in Yemen, but activists say “tide is turning”

Congressional leaders sought to use the Saudi crown prince’s much-touted visit to press the White House and its powerful ally to end the spiraling war.
Alexa Liautaud
Dan Ming
3.21.18
liquor

Fernet-Branca Was Once a ‘Cure’ for Cholera

I was granted a conversation with the Vice President of Fernet-Branca, Niccolò Branca, who offered some rare insight into its composition and surprising history.
Harry Sword
1.7.18
Yemen

Trump finally says something about Saudi Arabia’s blockade on Yemen

Alexa Liautaud
12.6.17
Yemen

Yemeni children are trapped in "worst humanitarian disaster in modern history"

Alexa Liautaud
7.26.17
Saudi Arabia

The Hajj in Saudi Arabia is at risk of cholera

Alexa Liautaud
7.14.17
Yemen

Yemen's “forgotten war” is a catastrophe that's getting worse

Alexa Liautaud
6.8.17
Science Solved It

Doctors Didn’t Know How Cholera Spread Until One Genius Drew a Map

In the midst of a deadly cholera outbreak in London, a local anesthetist figured out how the disease was spreading using data visualization.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.23.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Schumer threatens to block FBI appointment, ransomware attack gaining steam, federal appeals court to hear Trump travel ban case, and more.
VICE Staff
5.15.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

White House wants women to register for draft, Trump picks James "Mad Dog" Mattis as defense secretary, French president François Hollande will not run for second term, and more.
VICE Staff
12.2.16
News

Haiti is bracing for a spike in cholera after Hurricane Matthew

Kayla Ruble
10.10.16
Photo

Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz Traveled the World Looking for Water

To mark the UN's World Water Day I caught up with the photographer to talk about how different cultures perceive water, its exploitation, and the challenges to preserve our planet's most vital resource.
Mustafah Abdulaziz, Words: Grey Hutton
3.22.16
environment

A Million Children in Sub-Saharan Africa Are Starving Amid El Niño Weather Extremes

Multiple humanitarian agencies are ringing alarm bells at the scale of food scarcity and disease outbreaks in eastern and southern Africa — and they say it could take years for the region to recover.
Kayla Ruble
2.17.16
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