Serbia is becoming increasingly dangerous for journalists and the opposition

One Serbian investigative journalist said he survived his third assassination attempt in December.


Tracing the Tactics of 21st-Century Youth Protest

Using nonviolence, humor, and pop culture savviness, a group of Serbian university students sparked a revolution and provided a blueprint for global youth movements.


Medieval Knight Battles Are Alive and Well in Serbia

We took photos at a weekend-long festival of men fighting in medieval armor.


After Arrest in Serbia, Netflix Hackers ‘The Dark Overlord’ Say They’re Still Going

Serbian police may have arrested a suspected member of The Dark Overlord hacking crew, but someone in control of the group's email account told Motherboard "we're still here."


An Energy War in the Balkans Has Slowed Europe’s Electric Clocks by 5 Minutes

Serbia and Kosovo can't decide who will pay their energy bills, and it's disrupting Europe's power grid.


Soccer's Most Violent Rivalry: VWOS

In Serbia one violent game has endured communism and civil war: The Eternal Derby.


Miloš Teodosić Speaks: "Clippers Are My Kind of Team"

In an exclusive interview, we spoke to the new LA Clippers point guard about his feelings on finally coming over to the NBA.


These Eerily Lifelike Sculptures Probe Death, Pain, and the Grotesque

"People think there’s one way the body can be, and anything that deviates from that is grotesque," says artist Ivana Bašić.


The VICE Morning Bulletin

Lobbyist tied to Russian interests says he met with Sessions, feds to stop shielding immigrant parents from deportation, Trump set to announce new restrictions on Cuba, and more.


Talking to the Refugees Hiding in Serbia's Abandoned Factories

"They receive you with a heartfelt, 'Welcome to Europe, we'll kill you.'"