To someone living in the Balkans, America feels like a protest chant that has been sang so much, it's lost its meaning.
VICE traveled to Albania to get a rare glimpse into the lives of people who have been victimized and neglected because of their sexual orientation.
VICE Serbia went to visit a notorious inker who's set up shop in a a remnant of the country's communist past.
The European debt crisis has led many Albanians who had in the last couple of decades settled in Greece and Italy, leave those countries and return home.
Gjakmarrja, the tradition of blood feuds, has been a part of Albanian culture since the 15th century.
Angry Albanians have been protesting in the capital.
So its inhabitants shot at them with machine guns, rockets and mortars.
Children and pregnant women are carrying rocks all day for Bulqize's mining "pirates".
Enri Canaj documents the hard times that have hit many Greeks and immigrants.
Two Albanian guys, a ton of weed and an abandoned Welsh pub.
James Berisha has already visited over 100 countries, crash-landed in the desert and spent half a year in jail.