humanitarian crisis

immigration

Exclusive: The U.S. used suspect evidence to push young Bangladeshi migrants into adult detention

Immigration agencies moved dozens of people from children's facilities, sometimes using weak evidence, a VICE News investigation has found.
Mimi Dwyer
4.30.19
COLOMBIA

Venezuelans Tell Us Why They're Demanding Change In Their Country

We spent the weekend on the Venezuela-Colombia border with people who risked their lives trying to bring vital humanitarian aid into their country.
Alex Domash
2.26.19
VICE on HBO

What it’s like to live in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis

Starvation, disease and a brutal conflict with no end in sight: inside Yemen’s devastating war.
Ben Anderson
2.21.19
VICE News Tonight on HBO

This 11-year-old Yemeni boy survived an airstrike that killed 45 kids

A group of 65 Yemeni school kids went on a field trip this summer. Most of them never came home.
Amel Guettatfi
11.27.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

A looming battle could make Yemen’s bloody war even worse for civilians

We embedded with government forces ahead of one of the deadliest battles in this long-running war
Sean Stephens
Isobel Yeung
8.16.18
Voices

From Afghanistan to Yemen, Here's How to Help the Countries With the Highest Risk For Humanitarian Crises

As war, famine and disaster loom for countries around the world, 2018 will be an important year for regular people to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Bryce Perry
2.6.18
Yemen

Trump finally says something about Saudi Arabia’s blockade on Yemen

Alexa Liautaud
12.6.17
Rise Up

40,000 Door-to-Door Volunteers are Taking on the World’s Largest Humanitarian Crisis

After years of local armed conflict, a volunteer campaign is combatting a cholera crisis in Yemen.
Alice Rowsome
10.17.17
SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan has ended “famine” — but 6 million people still go hungry

Emma Fidel
6.21.17
HUMAN RIGHTS

Why Do We Have Borders, Anyway?

Trump's travel ban and the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East raise the question of whether it makes sense to divide the world into neat little packages in the first place.
Stephen Lurie
5.22.17
SOUTH SUDAN

"I have no idea if my mother's dead or alive": Families separated in South Sudan

Sam Mednick
4.29.17
Yemen

Yemenis fight for survival with “March for Bread”

The ‘March for Bread’ kicked off in Sanaa, the nation’s capital, and ended in the rebel-held port city of Hodeida.
Milena Mikael-Debass
4.25.17
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