war and conflict

VICE News Tonight on HBO

Mosul residents are taking reconstruction into their own hands

Frustration is beginning to rise
Sebastian Walker
8.7.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Raqqa residents blame the U.S. for neglecting the city's recovery

Nine months after the international coalition liberated Raqqa from entrenched ISIS fighters, the city has no electricity or running water, and thousands of bodies lie unburied in the ruins
Aris Rouissinos
7.19.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

What Syrians think about the United States' military strikes

Despite this weekend's strikes, Assad projected a business-as-usual veneer on social media Monday.
Amel Guettatfi
4.17.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Why the U.S. is fighting terror organizations in Africa

VICE News examines the debate over U.S. military presence in Africa, following the ambush of four U.S. soldiers in Niger last October.
VICE News
3.13.18
Vice News Tonight

Inside Syria's last rebel stronghold under siege by Assad

“Most of the injured we’ve treated during this period were women and children.”
Amel Guettatfi
2.12.18
Vice News Tonight

The Afghan commandos trying to beat back the Taliban

A suicide attack in Kabul killed more than 100 people on Saturday, becoming the third brutal attack this year. VICE News looks at changes in policy that have brought more Taliban into Kabul.
VICE News
1.30.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

We joined the Marines trying to defeat the strongest Taliban army yet

VICE NEWS gained rare access inside a U.S. military airstrike command center in Afghanistan to see how America's longest war is being fought under the Trump administration.
Seb Walker
12.20.17
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Babies are dying of starvation in this besieged Syrian city

Amel Guettatfi
12.5.17
Vice News Tonight

Charlottesville empowered Nazi supporters in Berlin

More than 500 neo-Nazis, inspired by Charlottesville, marched through Berlin in the largest fascist rally the city has seen in more than a decade.
Hind Hassan
Harriet Dedman
8.28.17
Vice News Tonight

Meet Iraqi troops and civilians still in Mosul, the last ISIS stronghold

Civilians are trying to escape Mosul's Old City as the fight against ISIS enters its final stretch.
Ben Anderson
6.27.17
COLOMBIA

The inherent paradox of the Nobel Peace Prize

This is not the first time the Nobel committee has awarded its prize for peace before such ambitions have been fully realized.
Isabella Mackie
10.7.16
COLOMBIA

Colombia's president wins Nobel Prize despite failed peace deal

President Juan Manuel Santos has spent the last four years on a deal with FARC guerrillas that would bring peace to a country that has experienced civil war for five decades.
Isabella Mackie
10.7.16
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