Lithuania

russia

Trump swears "nobody has been tougher on Russia" than he has

Then he insulted the American press
Alexa Liautaud
4.3.18
Basketball

We Were Inside the Arena at the Big Baller Brand's Lithuania Debut

A smiling Ball family sits courtside behind a large LED strip emblazoned with triple B's while “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” blares from the loudspeakers.
Josh Womack
1.10.18
animal photography

A Photographer Literally Dug Himself into a Hole to Get the Perfect Horse Portrait

Andrius Burba and his collective Underlook capture unexpected portraits of animals by gettin' low. Like, under-the-ground low.
Diana Shi
3.18.17
Pizza

Is a Lithuanian Immigrant Making the Best Pizza in Ohio?

Vytauras Sasnaukas grew up under Soviet occupation, eating ersatz pizzas topped with hard-boiled eggs. Now he's making real-deal Neapolitan pies in Cleveland.
Sarah Freeman
3.6.17
Europe

Trump’s victory has Baltic countries even more worried about a Russian invasion

Tim Hume
Alex Campbell
12.13.16
Art

Street Artist Paints Giant Murals of Children Playing with Their Cities

Ernest Zacharevic's improvised artworks are unique in each country he visits.
Beckett Mufson
7.28.16
defense & security

Moscow accuses Canada of bringing back the Cold War

After Canada announced it was sending hundreds of troops, six fighter jets, and a frigate to Eastern Europe, the Russian embassy in Ottawa said it was all "Cold War saber-rattling."
Justin Ling
7.8.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Archeologists Have Found a Holocaust Escape Tunnel Dug with Spoons

The underground tunnel is believed to have helped at least 12 Jewish prisoners escape from a Nazi extermination site in Lithuania.
VICE Staff
6.29.16
Art

Meet the Artist Making Punk-Inspired, Socially-Conscious Illustrations

Shaltmira’s mind-bending illustrations are an homage to DIY punk-rock promo art.
Presented By Espolón
6.22.16
CHEFS

Meet the Chef Teaching Estonians to Dine for Pleasure

Chef Tõnis Siigur of Tallinn’s celebrated NOA restaurant sees it as his job to help Estonian diners enjoy food as form of entertainment—a very un-Soviet concept for a country that left communism just 25 years ago.
Merlin Jobst
4.14.16
Opinion and Analysis

The US Army Doesn't Seem Real Sure It Could Stop a Russian Invasion of Europe

The US has been neglecting its traditional warfare capability for decades. Now, with Russia seemingly emboldened and slightly loopy, that neglect has the potential to bite America in the ass.
Ryan Faith
4.7.16
Europe

How Puppy Smuggling Is Boosting Organized Crime Across Europe

Every year, criminal gangs smuggle unknown thousands of puppies into Britain and growing awareness of the trade has been met with increasingly sophisticated tactics from the sellers to hide their activity.
Charles Parkinson
2.17.16
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