Somalia

Black Women Making History

This Somali Culture Zine Looks Amazing

Safy-Hallan Farah's '1991' zine will feature beautiful images and writing culled from the brightest young minds across the Somali diaspora.
Eve Peyser
2.19.18
Frontier

This Activist Uses Surfing Therapy to Rehabilitate Child Soldiers

Based in war-torn Mogadishu, the initiative uses the ocean and riding waves to help communities ravaged by years of violence and suffering.
Alice Rowsome
1.2.18
Frontier

US Soldiers Are Dying in Active Wars Most Americans Have Never Heard Of

In 2017, thousands of lives were lost and billions of dollars were spent. Here are some basic details about the wars you don't know about.
Alice Rowsome
12.29.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Lawmaker accused of molesting teen girl dead from apparent suicide, House and Senate have tentative deal on tax bill, Russell Simmons accused of rape by several women, and more.
VICE Staff
12.14.17
Somalia

Spaghetti and Bananas Is Somali Comfort Food

"You have to have a piece of banana with your meal. If you don’t have that, it’s kind of not complete."
Nick Rose
12.13.17
running

Sweden's Refugee Runners

The refugee crisis in Europe is usually discussed in numbers such as: five million Syrians fleeing their country, 162,000 asylum applications to Sweden in 2015, an 82 percent drop one year later when Swedish parliament voted to toughen immigration laws.
VICE Sports
11.9.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

At least 50 killed in Las Vegas shooting, Catalonia votes to break from Spain despite police violence, Trump at odds with State Department over North Korea, and more.
VICE Staff
10.2.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Hurricane Irma leaves 4 million Florida homes without power, UN commissioner calls violence in Myanmar "ethnic cleansing," North Korea says US will pay "due price" for more sanctions, and more.
VICE Staff
9.11.17
Voices

These Somali Men Oppose Male Stereotypes to Fight for Female Empowerment

East African student groups are challenging traditional male stereotypes and stepping up to the mark in the fight for gender equality.
Alice Rowsome
8.30.17
World Refugee Day

A Drought Has Forced 1 Million People to Leave Home and Find Water

Drought and terrorism have displaced countless people in Somalia, including 8-year-old Falastine Mohamed Ahmed.
International Rescue Committee
6.20.17
World Refugee Day

On World Refugee Day, Now Is the Wrong Time to Turn Your Back

As the global refugee displacement burden grows - with 10 million new people displaced in 2016 alone - the call for long-term solutions from the international community only grows louder.
Chiara Trincia
6.20.17
travel-world

Photos of the Somali Beach Where Decades of Civil War Are Forgotten

Friday night on Lido beach in Mogadishu.
Yasin Osman
5.9.17
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