Inside the brutal fight that’s left the Central African Republic in chaos

"They say we have to win the fighting and kill a lot of enemies," said one rebel fighter recruited as a 10-year-old. "Whoever refuses to fight is killed."
Ben Anderson
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump orders ban on bump stocks, Oxfam loses thousands of donors over Haiti scandal, North Korea said to have bailed on meeting Mike Pence, and more.
VICE Staff
Sexual exploitation

Haiti’s president slams sexual exploitation of disaster victims by aid workers

One Oxfam employee known to have regularly used sex workers in Chad was transferred to Haiti.
Tim Hume

Charity bosses paid young Haitians for sex after the 2010 earthquake

It was “like a full-on Caligula orgy.”
David Gilbert

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

Alexa Liautaud

What Life Was Like for Young Women Living Under ISIS

"My mom’s hair and skin were all over the walls. We've cleaned it off, but when we came back here, I remember what happened and I think of our family."
Harriet Hernando
Puerto Rico

Puerto Ricans are racing against the clock to apply for disaster aid

Less than a fifth of the population has been approved for individual assistance with only a month left before the deadline.
Alexa Liautaud
hurricane maria

Puerto Rico is in such dire shape international charities are sending aid

Alexa Liautaud
Fast Food

How Global Food Prices Led to the Rise of Fast Food

With Western convenience, of course, comes high levels of fat, sugar, and salt.
Nick Rose

Jo Cox Was the Ideal of a Public Servant

The Labour MP fought hate and injustice for her whole life. Here, the people who knew her call on others to continue that fight.
Oscar Rickett
food politics

Are the Workers Who Process America's Chicken Forced to Wear Diapers?

According to a new report from Oxfam America, workers are regularly forced to wear diapers on the line because they are not permitted to take regular bathroom breaks. Others just urinate or defecate while on the line.
Alex Swerdloff

Liberia Closes Local Red Cross Amid Graft Investigation Into Ebola Funds

After President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf dissolved the chapter's national board earlier this week, senior managers convened for a meeting. Then the police arrived.
Kayla Ruble