South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar was supposed to return to the capital Juba on Monday to be sworn in as vice president. Three days later his men are still stuck at an Ethiopian airport.
Islamic State's motto is 'Remaining and Expanding.' The group is certainly not expanding right now, so it used a dramatic smokescreen to proclaim to the world it's still here to stay.
After Islamic State attacks in Paris that killed 129 people, what's next for Syria, and should it involve committing Western troops on the ground?
The Islamic State launched its brutal, unprecedented assault on Paris while it begins to crumble on all fronts in both Syria and Iraq.
VICE News was in the Syrian city of Hasakah, as the final clean-up operation to remove Islamic State fighters got underway, and we were taken on a grim tour of demolished houses and rotting jihadists.
The Islamic State has suffered recent setbacks, but there is no actor in Syria more vulnerable to the group than Assad's regime. Elsewhere it continues to carry out grisly acts against soft targets.
VICE News traveled with the Kurdish peshmerga as they fight back against the Islamic State in the Iraqi cities of Sinjar and Mosul.
The man behind an influential pro-Islamic State Twitter account was revealed to be an Indian office worker, offering lessons for both journalists and wannabe militants.
Yazidis in Iraq are unanimous on who saved them from the Islamic State — the Syrian Kurdish fighters of the People's Protection Units.
They knew the risks of voting for Afghanistan’s new president. When the Taliban stopped them, they knew the retribution would be swift.
The jihadist blitzkrieg on Iraq does not herald a glimpse of Afghanistan’s future, according to frontrunner Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.
VICE News entered Syria’s northwestern Idlib province to embed with the Syrian Revolutionaries Front, a Saudi-backed coalition.
Battlefield setbacks haven’t hampered efforts to reach out by social media, as British ISIS fighters have been busy uploading photos.
The soldiers grimaced as they held their breath against the stench. "It is terrible, these things the rebels are doing…"
Over the past few weeks, foreign fighters have been busy uploading selfies across social networks in an effort to publicize their cause.