Dilma Rousseff is no longer Brazil's president
The Brazilian senate’s vote to impeach the country’s first female president for breaking budgetary laws comes amid a wider political crisis over corruption, and a deep economic recession.
Dilma Rousseff: Impeachment trial has 'bitter taste' of torture
Brazil’s suspended president mounted a defiant and emotional defense of her presidency on Monday during the senate impeachment trial that is due to decide whether to oust her for good.
Cash for Kim: How North Koreans Are Working Themselves to Death in Europe
A VICE investigation has uncovered how North Koreans are working as forced laborers in the heart of Europe, with their wages directly filling Kim Jong-un's coffers with foreign currency.
North Korea's Ruling Party Has Set a Date for Its First Congress in 36 Years
South Korea's military said it appears that the North is prepared to conduct a fifth nuclear test "at any time" ahead of the conference next month.
Dilma Rousseff Is Close to Being Impeached, but Not All Brazilians Hate Her
Massive anti-government demonstrations led by the middle classes hide the stories of many Brazilians, particularly among the poor, who still support Rousseff or see little credible alternative.
Brazilians Come Out in Droves to Support Rousseff's Scandal-Plagued Government
It's been a disastrous month for the ruling government, but protesters across the country flocked to the streets in an attempt to blow wind into the sails of an administration that many have already declared a sinking ship.