Photos of Polish People Marching on the Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising

The yearly tradition marks the struggle against Nazi Germany that began on August 1, 1944, and ended tragically for the Poles 63 days later.
Mikolaj Maluchnik

The Bahraini Uprising in Photos: Road Blocks, Tear Gas, and No Right to Protest

The photography collective Road Bloc has been taking significant risks to depict the intense political unrest that has been unfolding in Bahrain for years.
Amber Roberts

The Ukraine Uprising Had Its Bloodiest Day Yet

Yesterday's violence was the deadliest since Ukraine’s EuroMaidan protests began in November. The number of deaths rose throughout the day, as more and more corpses were found in the streets of Kiev. By Wednesday morning, at least 25 people had lost...
Annabelle Chapman

The Zapatista Uprising (20 Years Later)

Twenty years after the Zapatista uprising, VICE traveled to Chiapas, Mexico, to recall the events of that fateful day. It was the first indigenous armed uprising in Latin America in the internet age.
VICE Mexico

The Bahraini Government Is Still Repressing Its Critics

The government claims it's open to talks with the opposition, but it's also imprisoning its opponents and cracking down on journalists and anyone else it doesn't like.
Zoe Holman

Turkey's Fight for Freedom Has Caused an Authoritarian Crackdown

Imge was part of the occupation in Taksim Square when the police moved in to clear the protesters on June 11. She found herself trapped in a building while the police fired tear gas through the windows. As she passed out due to lack of oxygen, she...

Bahrain Just Bought More Tear Gas Canisters Than It Has Citizens

A document leaked to UK-based advocacy group Bahrain Watch stated that the kingdom planned to import a whole load of tear gas from South Korea to use against civilians. The shipment amounts to approximately 1.6 million tear gas canisters and 90,00...
John Lubbock

Sudan's Government Isn't Going Down Without a Fight

The antiregime protests that have swept Sudan for the last week are at a crossroads, with the fervent optimism of the previous days giving way to somber reflection and shock that over 50 people are believed to have died.
Tom Law

Is Egypt Doomed to a Civil War?

As the interim government try to wipe out the Muslim Brotherhood, the country is being pushed toward the abyss.
Aris Roussinos

Eritrea Has Failed to Realize Its Revolutionary Dream

Once a revolution is over, how do you judge its success? Twenty years ago, Eritrea—in the northeast of Africa—became a legally independent nation, having won its de-facto independence from Ethiopia two years earlier, in 1991. But creating a free and...
Oscar Rickett
ground zero


Journalist Tim Pool recently joined the VICE editorial staff to cover breaking news, and his first assignment was to fly down to Istanbul and produce <a href="http://www.vice.com/read/tim-pool-live-streaming-from-istanbul">a live stream</a> of the...
Tim Pool

More Live Stream Coverage of the São Paulo Protests

For the past few weeks the bus-fare protests in Brazil have been raging. Last week, the government announced they would reduce fare to its original rate in an attempt to quell the outrage. The Free Pass movement held a meeting this past Sunday to...
Tim Pool