Turkey opened its border to Greece in a cynical play for cash. That move tipped an increasingly anti-migration continent over the edge.
"An entire bathroom stall was covered in shit. I stood guard, making sure no one tried to go in, while my boss put on a mask and walked in there to clean up the mess."
Artist Valinia Svoronou exposes the tension between Greek island raves and the refugee crisis.
Unwinding from the stress that comes with having sold your soul to the devil is hard, you know.
In August 2015, photographer Jörg Brüggemann traveled to the Greek island of Kos to document the interactions between refugees and vacationers there.
France's honorary consul in the Turkish town of Bodrum was secretly filmed last week inside the sporting goods store she owns saying she realized some people buying dinghies were "going to their deaths."
In this excerpt, VICE News interviews the mayor of Kos and a government representative, where neither can agree on who should be responsible for meeting migrants' basic needs as they arrive on the Greek island.
Laganas, a sun-kissed village on the Greek island of Zante, is the kind of vacation destination where it takes ten minutes to get drunk, another ten to reach orgasm, and an eternity to get over all the horrible things you've done. Naturally, it's a...