Questions That Remain After Trump's Sudden Syria Missile Strike
After the president abruptly changed his posture toward the Syrian government, it remains unclear what will happen next.
Techno, Turbo-Folk and NATO Bombs: Photos of the Decade Serbia Changed Forever
Srđan Veljović captured all the things Serbians tried to do in order to get on with their lives in times of war.
One Recipe for a More Equal World: Mass Death
A new book argues that revolution, war, plague and total state collapse are the only ways inequality has ever been majorly reduced.
Inside the Middle Eastern Hospital 3D-Printing for War Victims
The Médecins Sans Frontières facility in Jordan is providing much needed care to people in the region.
Death from Above: How Aerial Bombing Changed the World
Viewing history from the skies.
What It's Like Putting Out Oil Fires Lit by Retreating IS Fighters
VICE reporter Chris Shearer takes us to Iraq where he learned the dangers and frustrations of war-time firefighting.
Everything You Need to Know About the Tenuous Cease-Fire in Syria
After nearly six years of grinding conflict that have killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced 11 million from their homes, no one is under any illusion of an easy fix.
What Would Happen in the Minutes and Hours After North Korea Nuked the United States?
Not that they would, but it's good to game these things out.
What It Was Like to Be Joseph Kony's Bodyguard
An excerpt from When the Walking Defeats You, a book about a young man who became one the bodyguard to one of the 21st century's most notorious warlords before making his escape.
Here's What 'Jihad' Actually Means, Because Nobody Seems to Know
I asked some people who throw the word around a lot. Neither radicals nor white supremacists got it right.
Western Sex Tourists Are Still Looking for Love in Ukraine
As war rages in the country's east, marriage agencies are still scamming foreign men in the west.