The civilians who worked with UK armed forces in Afghanistan say they are now targets for retaliation — and that they have been abandoned by those they risked their lives for.
Christopher Cornell, 20, was a recent convert to Islam and allegedly planning to blow up the US Capitol. But his dad said that he "never talked about violence to me or to his mother."
Royal officials have issued uncharacteristically vigorous refutations of a woman's claims that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew while underage.
Former North Korean Poet Laureate Says 'The Interview' Is As Explosive As a Real Bomb Being Dropped on Kim Jong-un
A prominent North Korean defector tells VICE News that 'The Interview' could teach North Koreans to laugh at Kim Jong-un — an effect "more powerful than a nuclear weapon."
The Eurasian Economic Union officially comes into being with the start of the new year, but the Russian economic crisis may force Moscow to temper its grand expectations for the alliance.
Margaret Thatcher Wanted to Reinstate Death Penalty for Northern Irish 'Terrorists,' Show Newly Released Files
The divisive former UK prime minister wanted to try and crush the 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland by reinstating capital punishment, according to historic documents released today.
Britain's Parliamentarians banned fisting and urination in UK-produced internet porn. But the public did not take it lying down.
The UK maintains it did not kill or torture Kenyans in the '50s, but claims that even if it had, modern-day Britain can't be held responsible.
Protesters gather at the British parliament on Friday to protest the regulations on internet pornography that many feel restrict female pleasure.
Four Syrians, one Tunisian and one Palestinian have been flown from the US military prison in Cuba to their new home in South America. VICE News asks what they can expect in the Spanish-speaking country of 3.4 million.
The mother of convicted man says heavy sentencing of terrorists will deter concerned families from contacting the police.
The Russian leader also used his annual address to insist Moscow was right to annex Crimea as a holy site akin to Jerusalem's Temple Mount.
The Chinese government has refused visas to lawmakers planning an inquiry into the pro-democracy protests in the former British colony.
In Germany, Prevention Project Dunkenfeld offers treatment to those who confess desires towards children. As Britain confronts a growing problem of child abuse, the prevailing approach to the issue is being re-examined.
On Monday, British Home Secretary Theresa May noted that schools and colleges will have a statutory duty to curtail extremist speech and "help prevent people from being drawn into terrorism."
A Russian fleet is sailing towards Brisbane, where Vladimir Putin is headed for a thorny encounter with world leaders at a time of growing recriminations over his role in the Ukraine crisis.
As the UK pulls out of Afghanistan, it has been accused of leaving the locals who served its forces to face threats of retribution and even death. Next month, three former employees take their case to the British High Court.
What does post-Gitmo rehab look like?
Almost twenty years after the end of the Bosnian War, the 'two schools under one roof' model which has long stoked divisions has been deemed illegal.
We talked to an expert about official efforts to hush up documents detailing murder and torture by British colonial authorities.