Crime & Drugs
Indonesia Is Preparing to Execute More than a Dozen People for Drug Crimes
Last year, the government executed 12 foreign citizens and two Indonesians for drug crimes, sparking international outcry and leading several countries to withdraw their ambassadors from Jakarta.
Iran Is Offering Citizenship to Families of Migrants Who Died Fighting Iran's Battles
Many believe the law is a strategy to coerce migrants into joining Iran's fighting forces in the Syrian conflict.
Norway Is Taking Children From Their Parents and Sparking an Outcry
A custody scandal involving five Christian children isn't the first to hit Norway's child protection system, the Barnevernet. Others have also charged Barnevernet officials with wrongly seizing children and discriminating against foreigners.
Teenage Immigrants Are Being Denied Asylum Because They Have No Right to an Attorney
Those who have a lawyer are five times more likely to be allowed to stay in the US, meaning access to legal aid can be the difference between safety and deportation.
Why Is it Still Illegal to Visit the US if You Admit to Using Drugs?
Every foreign visitor is asked "Are you a drug abuser or addict?" before being allowed to enter the United States, and in 2015, answering "yes" means automatic rejection.
A Myth-Busting Guide to All the Shit Republicans Say About Immigration
Donald Trump hasn't been the only one shooting his mouth off.
Raw Coverage From the Dominican Republic
VICE News was live from Santo Domingo, where thousands are facing denaturalization and deportation.
Dominican Republic Gives Haitians Until Midnight to Register or Face Deportation
Non-Haitian migrants were being ushered in line ahead of scores of waiting Haitians who were gathered at government offices ahead of a deadline to register — or face deportation to a country many barely know.
New Zealanders Are Stealing the Car Keys of Tourists Who Drive Badly
The upswing in vigilante justice may be latent nationalism bubbling to the surface.
Store Owner Set Alight in Latest Attack on Foreign Businesses in South Africa
The brutal attack in Johannesburg comes amid a series of violent incidents across the country targeting migrant communities.
Power to the People: English Soccer's Push For Fan-Owned Teams
Private ownership has long been the norm in English soccer, but broad dissatisfaction among fans is igniting a movement to reclaim teams as community property.
Hospital Guard Kills Three Americans as Foreigners Targeted Again in Afghanistan
Three Americans, including a Chicago doctor, were shot dead at a Kabul hospital after an armed guard turned his gun on them.
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