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Stuff

Michael K. Williams Goes Fishing with South African Poachers Tonight on VICELAND

Michael K Williams meets illegal fishermen living in South Africa on 'Black Market,' then we investigate the 2014 hack on Sony Pictures on an all new episode of 'CYBERWAR.'
VICE Staff
7.12.16
longreads

Wheat As a Weapon of War in Syria

How the Syrian regime, rebels, jihadists, and NGOs are fighting for control of of the country's most powerful resource.
Emma Beals
6.23.16
politics

This App Would Let Dissidents Share Video When Governments Shut Off the Internet

The ideal app for dissent spreads and mutates offline.
Jordan Pearson
11.4.15
Photos

France Investigates Syrian Regime For Crimes Against Humanity

The investigation will be centered on 45,000 photographs showing the mutilated bodies of detainees tortured and executed inside Syrian government prisons.
Lucie Aubourg
9.30.15
war and conflict

Videos Show Graphic Aftermath of Syrian Regime Strikes in Aleppo

As many as 32 people were reportedly killed in an attack on a rebel-held part of the city by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Olivia Becker
9.21.15
americas

Survivors of Chile’s Dictatorship Celebrate Death of ‘Bloodthirsty’ Former Spy Chief

Manuel Contreras "was one of the biggest criminals in history," said one survivor of the Pinochet regime who celebrated with crowds in Santiago upon hearing news of the former spy chief's passing.
Nicolás Ríos
8.11.15
Islamic State

Pushing Back the Islamic State: The Battle for Rojava (Dispatch 1)

VICE News secures exclusive access to YPG fighters as they clear the northeastern Syrian city of Hasakah of Islamic State militants.
VICE News
8.7.15
Burkina Faso

Revolution in Burkina Faso: The Fall of Compaoré

VICE News documents the final hours of the president of Burkina Faso's 27-year long reign, as a popular revolution reaches its turbulent conclusion on the streets of the capital Ouagadougou.
VICE News
1.16.15
middle east

Three Syrian Journalists Killed in Missile Strike South of Damascus

The reporters from Orient News were traveling to an area of heavy fighting when their car was hit; their opposition-linked TV channel claims they were deliberately targeted by government forces.
Leo Lord-Jones
12.10.14
Travel

Burma's Rappers Don't Care Much About Politics

Even after Burma's 2011 democratic reforms, the government is still pretty much controlled by the military, and speaking out against the state can land you in prison, as local rapper Zayar Thaw found out.
Jeroen de Bakker
9.29.14
americas

Grandmother Reunites With Grandson Stolen During Argentina's Dictatorship

A 36-year-old music teacher in Argentina is confirmed as a baby taken from a captured dissident during Argentina's brutal Dirty War.
Gaston Cavanagh
8.7.14
war and conflict

Syria Is Using DIY Barrel Bombs Against Its Citizens

These bombs aren't exactly accurate, and the blasts have killed countless civilians.
Oz Katerji
2.14.14
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