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The rise of al Shabaab in Somalia: TERROR Episode 2

VICE founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Somalia, home to one of the world’s most brutal terrorist groups, to document the rise of al Shabaab and its relentless reign of terror across the country. TERROR

FIFA puts off making a call on soccer dispute between Israel and Palestine

After much international pressure and advocacy campaigns, FIFA announced it would delay its decision on settlement-based football clubs in the occupied West Bank. For the past two years, the Israel

How Colin Kaepernick started a nationwide civil rights protest

On August 26, Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, chose to sit during the playing of the national anthem as a way to protest racial inequality in America. Here’s a look at the

How the Black Heroes Matter movement started at Comic-Con

This segment originally aired on VICE News Tonight on HBO on Oct. 10, 2016. Award-winning comic book writer David F. Walker, whose credits include books for Marvel and DC Comics, organized a small

UN declares cease-fire in Yemen

The United Nations has declared a cease-fire in Yemen in an attempt to stem violence in a conflict that has left thousands dead over two years of fighting. A coalition of countries led by Saudi Arabia

Philippine protesters bulldozed by police van

About 1,000 protesters gathered outside the U.S. embassy in Manila on Wednesday to call out the presence of U.S. troops in the Philippines. Police attempts to disperse the crowd turned violent when a

Here’s what Donald Trump’s border wall and deportations would really cost

Donald Trump plans to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants out of the U.S. and build an “impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, Southern border wall” to help “make America great

Those new bank chip cards aren’t actually as bad as you think

The way Americans pay for things is changing. The chip card, despite its irksome reputation, is quickly becoming a system of choice. While some consumers say chip transactions take too long to

The union representing video game voice actors is on strike

SAG-AFTRA, the union representing voice actors and motion capture artists, is striking against the video game industry. Coming after almost two years of negotiations, the strike could affect games put

He lost his wife in the Paris attacks — but he refuses to hate her killers

Two days after the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris, a man named Antoine Leiris wrote a Facebook post about his murdered wife that quickly went viral. Hélène Muyal-Leiris was one of the 89 people

Germany’s far-right party is gaining ground — we spoke to its leaders

In Germany, a far-Right populist party has wrested itself from the political fringes into the mainstream. Following a recent series of regional elections, the Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative

The hunt for wild ginseng in Appalachia’s semilegal and highly lucrative market

Wild American ginseng roots can be worth hundreds of dollars per pound, thanks to hungry markets in Asia where the plant has been prized for its healing powers since ancient times. It’s native to

Tech executives — they’re just like us, they swear

What can we expect from Apple’s October keynote? Aside from new laptops, it’s a sure bet the audience will be treated to examples of the “everyday life” of humans, as envisioned by tech executives and
The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live

The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live

Jennifer Frey drank herself to death. Read more...

Boko Haram in Nigeria: TERROR Episode 4

VICE founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Nigeria to investigate Boko Haram’s rise and the struggle to contain it. TERROR is available on VICE News in the United States and VICELAND in Canada, and it’s

The Left is ushering in “new rules of journalism” because of Donald Trump

Get ready for the next wave of "journalism" The post The Left is ushering in “new rules of journalism” because of Donald Trump appeared first on Hot Air.
Video: Prize in memory of slain French journalists awarded to Benin reporters

Video: Prize in memory of slain French journalists awarded to Benin reporters

The winners of the third Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon Award were announced in a ceremony in Benin on Wednesday, three years after the murder of the two French journalists in Mali.

The most ridiculous metaphors used to describe the 2016 election

This mashup of election metaphors from political pundits is like… nothing else.

Tehrik-i-Taliban in Pakistan: TERROR Episode 5

VICE founder Suroosh Alvi travels to Pakistan in the latest installment of TERROR. Pakistan’s military is blurring moral lines as it adopts increasingly brutal tactics to crackdown on the country’s

Nigel Farage predicted Donald Trump would be America’s ‘Mr. Brexit’

This is an extended interview of a segment that originally aired Nov. 7, 2016 on VICE News Tonight on HBO. Nigel Farage is the acting leader of the far-right, populist-driven U.K. Independence Party,