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This is the aftermath of Nicaragua's protests against Ortega
“The way we see it, we’re at a stalemate,” said Harley Morales, a 26-year-old sociology student. “A catastrophic, destructive stalemate."
Collapse of Civilizations
Cleopatra's Downfall Was Partly Sparked by Climate Change and Volcanoes
And ours could be too.
Photographing the Ukraine Revolution
A new book by Tommy Sussex documents the 2014 unrest.
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No, the Baltimore Orioles Didn't Lose $7.5 Million Because of the Riots
Asking how much money the Orioles lost as a result of the riots is the wrong question, but if you're going to ask, at least answer it correctly.
Istanbul's Kurdish Riots
VICE News traveled to Istanbul, where a memorial march for two fighters who died in Kobane devolved into a night of chaos.
Europeans Presumed Kidnapped in Libya
Three Europeans working for an Italian construction company in western Libya are missing and presumed kidnapped.
Opinion and Analysis
When the Pentagon Wants to Predict Unrest, It's Time to Be Unpredictable
A multi-million dollar DoD research project assumes civil breakdown and works to contain dissent. It's time to think outside the box.
Not Satisfied With Blocking Twitter and TV, Venezuela Shuts Off the Internet
Amid escalating protests, it will expand a government agency's powers to monitor and censor any online communication it deems a national security threat.
A Hundred Thousand People Marched in São Paulo Monday
What began as a demonstration against the rising cost of public transportation in São Paulo has become a full-on national movement giving voice to anger about how the Brazilian government has been spending its tax money.
Photos by Raphael Tognini