insurgency

FARC

After 50 years, a Colombian rebel group embraces peace

Alexa Liautaud
6.27.17
terror

Boko Haram in Nigeria: TERROR Episode 4

VICE News
Suroosh Alvi
11.4.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

The Tulsa cop who killed Terence Crutcher has been charged with manslaughter, protesters took to the streets in Charlotte, South Korea is reportedly ready to assassinate Kim Jon-un if threatened, and more.
VICE Staff
9.23.16
war and conflict

An alleged victim of British colonial abuse in Kenya testifies in London — six decades later

On Monday, an 81-year-old man became the first witness to testify in London after 40,000 Kenyans sued the British government for alleged torture and mistreatment under colonial rule.
Katie Engelhart
7.12.16
asia & pacific

Fighting for Peace in the Philippines: VICE News Interviews Nur Misuari

The Moro National Liberation Front has fought for independence from the Philippine government for more than three decades. VICE News heads to the island of Jolo to meet the group’s founder, and discuss the future of the MNLF.
VICE News
5.11.16
war and conflict

Taliban Takes Credit for Blowing Up Afghan Helicopter in Video Announcing New Offensive

The release of the video comes just three days after the militant group declared the beginning of its fighting season — the time of year when the snow melts and Taliban fighters move to expand their territory.
VICE News
4.15.16
enduring freedom

Suicide Bomber Attacks Kabul Police Station, Killing 10

The attack was the latest in a series to hit the Afghan capital this year as the Kabul government has pushed to revive a stalled peace process with the Taliban that broke down last year.
Reuters and VICE News
2.1.16
africa

Boko Haram Suspected of Deadly Triple Suicide Bombing on Island in Lake Chad

Around 30 people were reported killed and 80 injured when blasts from three suicide bombers hit the Chadian island of Koulfoua in Lake Chad.
VICE News
12.5.15
asia & pacific

An Afghan District Rocked by the Earthquake Has Now Been Overrun by the Taliban

Taliban fighters seized control of the district capital of Darqand in Takhar province, on the border with Tajikistan in the early hours of Wednesday, continuing a campaign that has intensified across the country this year.
Reuters and VICE News
10.28.15
enduring freedom

The Taliban Is Fighting for Control of an Opium-Rich Provincial Capital in Afghanistan

The fighting near the city of Lashkar Gah comes three weeks after the Taliban scored a major victory by briefly capturing the northern city of Kunduz.
Reuters and VICE News
10.21.15
VICE News

Obama Is Now Halting US Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The current force of 9,800 US soldiers in Afghanistan will be retained through most of 2016 before the levels are trimmed, it was revealed today.
Reuters and VICE News
10.15.15
middle east

These Afghan Journalists Are Threatening to Boycott the Taliban

A day after the Taliban declared two TV stations legitimate "military targets," Afghan journalists said that they would withhold coverage of the insurgency if they are attacked.
Avi Asher-Schapiro
10.13.15
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