The demonstrators are angry about rolling blackouts and the state utility company’s switch to a prepaid billing system due to a high volume of unpaid bills.
The attacks are the latest in the group's campaign to ousting the internationally-backed government in a country that just saw its first visit from a US secretary of state.
In a meeting with newly sworn in US Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch, the city's mayor called on the DOJ to investigate contributing factors to excessive force and discriminatory policing.
John Kerry became the first US Secretary of State to officially visit Somalia as the US said it planned to post an ambassador to Mogadishu.
Kenya's deputy president said homosexuality "violates our religious and cultural beliefs," and that that the country has “no room for gays.”
Thousands took to the streets of Burundi's capital for a second consecutive week, pushing back against the president's plan to seek a third term in office.
Six Baltimore officers face charges related to Gray's death, including second-degree murder, manslaughter, assault in the second degree, misconduct in office, and false imprisonment.
The Pennsylvania law was enacted after a convicted murderer and activist made a commencement speech at a school via prison phone. This week a judge ruled it unconstitutional.
Protesters clashed with police in the streets of Kathmandu on Wednesday as frustration grows over the stalled progress of relief efforts.
An army spokesman initially said none of the women were the missing Chibok schoolgirls, but the military now says the exact origins of the hostages are still unknown.
'We Are Not Safe at All': Immigrants in South Africa Live in Fear Following Deadly Xenophobic Attacks
An immigrant couple in South Africa tell VICE News they are considering fleeing the country following the latest wave of xenophobic riots which have left seven foreigners dead.
The USS Farragut has been sent to the Persian Gulf after Iranian military captured a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship, then ordered the captain to turn towards Iran.
The current death toll accounts for bodies mainly in the capital of Kathmandu, which was devastated by the 7.8 magnitude quake that turned historic buildings and monuments into rubble.
The 71-year-old head of state who has been in power since 1989 won re-election with nearly 95 percent of the vote amid low voter turnout and an opposition boycott.
Soldiers carried just 24 caskets to a memorial service in Malta after what is being called the deadliest incident ever on the Mediterranean.
Senior Obama administration officials said that DEA Administrator Michele Leon will step down in the near future after reports emerged last month detailing agent misconduct.
A roadside bomb exploded as a UN minibus headed toward offices in the city of Garowe, leaving four UNICEF staff members and five others dead.
VICE News met patients, doctors, and public health officials in Monrovia as they worked to develop a vaccine that could prevent the next deadly Ebola outbreak.
South Africa's leaders have called for international assistance to stem the rampant violence and attacks against foreign nationals.
Anti-immigrant violence has been ongoing for nearly two weeks, causing hundreds to flee, as rioters burned immigrant-owned businesses.