European Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in the Americas Cooled Earth’s Climate
Some 50 million Indigenous peoples died during the 16th century, a collapse that caused atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to drop.
Myanmar's Metal Scene Stands Strong in the Midst of Political Upheaval
Metalcore is still king in capital city Yangon, but black and death metal are gaining ground in this troubled Southeast Asian political hotbed.
The California Tribe the Government Tried to Erase in the 60s
The Nisenan tribe of the California Central Valley are fighting to regain recognition from the federal government.
Avery L. White
Inside the Most Urgent Refugee Crisis in the World
Tens of thousands of Muslims who escaped Myanmar are living in hellish conditions despite fervent efforts by a small army of international aid workers to provide relief.
'Aleppo Bathhouse': One American Artist’s Personal Response to the Syrian Crisis
As Syria crumbles from five years of civil war, an American artist recreates a piece of a place she once called home.
Heartbreaking Photos from the Front Line of Burma's Rohingya Genocide
If these Rohingya people go to their nearest hospital, they fear they will be forcefully euthanized.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, US diplomats call for a strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, British MP Jo Cox has died, Meat Loaf is in the hospital after collapsing onstage, and more.
Meet the London Chef Serving Cambodian Dishes That Escaped a Genocide
With lok lak steak and lemon butter mushrooms, Cambodian chef Thomas Tan is preserving a culinary heritage lost during the Khmer Rouge genocide.
How Joshua Oppenheimer Finds Humanity in Tragedy on This Episode of 'Autobiographies'
In this episode, the prolific filmmaker discusses the process behind his award-winning documentaries and how they've redefined Indonesian history.
This Algorithm Could Show When the Next Genocide Is About to Happen
Called Umati, or “crowd” in Swahili, the program monitors dangerous speech on Twitter and Facebook.
The Make Believe Issue
Sri Lanka Massacred Tens of Thousands of Tamils While the World Looked Away
Sri Lankan soldiers recorded these terrible crimes on their mobile phones and camcorders—and over the past four years, more and more of this footage has emerged.
Inside Sittwe, the Point of No Return for Burma's Displaced Rohingya
Visiting one of the major launch points for the estimated 25,000 ethnic Muslims that fled the country in boats between January and March this year.