Thirty Years After the Nuclear Disaster, Chernobyl Is a Holiday Destination
Thirty years after the worst nuclear accident in history, Chernobyl has become a tourist attraction. But just how safe is it?
Corruption in Ukraine: Drifting Offshore
VICE News travels to Kiev to witness the embattled president push through a new fragile government, as allegations swirl around his offshore holdings.
Odessa's Georgian Leader: The Governor
The former president of Georgia is now governing in Ukraine.
The Russians Are Coming: Georgia's Creeping Occupation
VICE News investigates how Georgia is handling Russia’s quiet invasion, and meets those getting caught in the crossfire.
The Russians Are Coming: Georgia's Creeping Occupation (Trailer)
Coming soon: VICE News investigates how Georgia is handling Russia’s quiet invasion, and meets those getting caught in the crossfire.
Right Sector Blockade: Russian Roulette (Dispatch 111)
Crimea's Tatars and the ultra right-wing Ukrainian organization Right Sector have blockaded three highways in protest of Russian rule.
The War May Be Over: Russian Roulette (Dispatch 110)
VICE News travels to the Luhansk Region in eastern Ukraine, where it seems as though the war may be ending.
Not a Racist, a Racialist (Extra Scene from ‘The Smartest Guy in the Sea’)
In this extra scene, Simon Ostrovsky sits down with Norman Lowell, the founder and head of Malta's far-right anti-immigration political party Imperium Europa to talk about the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean.
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On The Line: Simon Ostrovsky Discusses “The Smartest Guy in the Sea”
VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky joined On The Line to discuss the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), and his new documentary "The Smartest Guy in the Sea."
The Smartest Guy in the Sea
VICE News meets the private citizens stepping in and trying to save the lives of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
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On The Line: Simon Ostrovsky and Jake Adelstein Discuss 'Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan'
VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky and contributor Jake Adelstein joined 'On The Line' to discuss the new documentary 'Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan.'
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Inside a Tokyo JK Cafe (Excerpt from ‘Schoolgirls for Sale’)
In this excerpt, Simon Ostrovsky goes inside a 'JK Cafe' in Akihabara, Tokyo where high-school aged schoolgirls are paid to provide company to men of all ages.