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The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, an American has transmitted the Zika virus through sex, legal marijuana is the nation's fastest growing industry, South Korea have warned North Korea over an alleged ballistic missile test, and more.
VICE Staff
2.3.16
Stuff

Is the European Union About to Die?

Some people, including French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, believe that waves of immigration are going to destabilize the EU. We asked an expert if that was a likely possibility.
Tshepo Mokoena
1.25.16
Open Water

Refugees Sew Lips Shut Over New Balkan Border Policy

A number of Balkan countries last week declared they would only grant passage to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and that all others deemed "economic migrants" would be sent back.
Reuters and VICE News
11.23.15
Open Water

Slovenia Asks EU for Help After a Record 12,000 Migrants Pour Into the Country in 24 Hours

The small nation is struggling to cope with the influx, which was triggered by Hungary closing off its borders.
Lucie Aubourg
10.22.15
Europe

In Photos: Chaos in Croatia as Migrants and Refugees Get Stuck in Balkan Bottleneck

More than 20,000 migrants and refugees streamed into Croatia in less than 48 hours after Hungary sealed its border with Serbia on Thursday.
Harriet Salem
9.19.15
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Ten Migrants Injured During Border Clashes With Macedonian Police

Authorities in Macedonia have sent reinforcements to the country’s southern border, where nearly 3,000 migrants have gathered with the hope of eventually reaching northern European countries.
Pierre-Louis Caron
8.21.15
Europe

Gangs of Migrants Are Being Detained High Up in the Swiss Alps

The most remote asylum center in Switzerland is housed in an abandoned military bunker in the Alps. It's the first of many more to come.
Philipp Spillmann and Philipp Cron
11.28.13
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Gangs of Migrants Are Being Detained High Up in the Swiss Alps

The most remote asylum center in Switzerland is housed in an abandoned military bunker in the Swiss Alps. This isolation cell, which opened in July, is the first of many more to come.
Philipp Spillmann and Philipp Cron
11.20.13