'Russia Is Russia’s Worst Enemy in Armenia'
The growing "Electric Yerevan" protests that started in Armenia's capital over the cost of electricity are causing anxiety in the Kremlin.
Will Cathcart and Joseph Epstein
war and conflict
On the 'Road of Death' After the Battle for Ilovaysk
VICE News traveled a winding route littered with twisted metal, abandoned vehicles, and corpses after pro-Russian fighters ambushed Kiev's forces.
Ukraine Announces That the Russian Invasion Has Begun
The next few days will prove “decisive,” a security source in Kiev told VICE News, as Ukraine accused Russia of overt invasion.
Pro-Russia Forces Gain Ground as Ukraine’s Volunteer Battalions Decry Kiev Leaders
The fierce battle for Novoazovsk raged for a third consecutive day as a fresh bombardment of artillery fire hit the eastern outskirts of the town.
Videos of Alleged Russian Soldiers in Ukraine Emerge as Minsk Meeting Ends in Stalemate
Today the fighting in Ukraine continued to escalate as pro-Russia forces launched an offensive in the southeast of the county.
Rebels March POWs Through Streets as Rival Military Parades Mark Ukraine’s Independence Day
Today’s celebrations of Ukraine’s Independence Day exposed the ever-deepening divide between the country’s east and west.
Amid Outrage, Aid Delivery to Ukraine Brings a Public Relations Win in Russia
The humanitarian aid sparked international outrage Friday as it crossed the border into Ukraine without permission from the authorities in Kiev.
‘Nowhere Is Definitely Safe Anymore’: Inside the Besieged Ukrainian City of Luhansk
Pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian forces are battling for control of the east’s second largest city.
Surrounded Luhansk Is Under Near-Constant Barrage as Russia’s Aid Convoy Edges Closer to Ukraine
The rebel-held city has been without running water, electricity, and telecommunications for nearly three weeks.
Fleeing Civilians ‘Burned Alive’ in Ukraine as Rebel Fighters Are Set to Cross the Border
A “powerful artillery strike” hit a convoy, which was carrying white flags and under the escort of the Ukrainian army.
Russia Moves to Ban Parmesan Cheese as Black Smoke Billows Over Kiev Again
Food has again become caught up in the political battlefield in Russia, while Kiev protesters fight to keep their Maiden camp alive.
Eastern Ukraine May Not Vote in Today's Ukrainian Presidential Election
VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky travels around Eastern Ukraine to gauge the vibe before voting begins today.