Syringes in the Streets, Gang Shootings, and Clockwork Orange: How Ireland Is Tackling a Drug Crisis
VICE News spoke to addiction workers and Ireland's former drugs minister about the challenges the country's new government will face on the issue of drug policy reform.
The abduction of 276 schoolgirls in April 2014 prompted a global campaign, with #BringBackOurGirls being shared millions of times on social media.
VICE News spoke to Tag Bashir, a Sudanese refugee who has been stranded on a British military base since 1998, and his 16-year-old son who has never known anything else.
VICE News attended British Prime Minister David Cameron's anti-corruption summit in London, which saw world leaders come together to discuss transparency and stolen assets.
VICE News visited northeast Nigeria where thousands of children have completely disappeared, with their fates undocumented and their parents uncertain if they'd even accept them back.
VICE News visited northern Nigeria, where one Boko Haram victim explained how she was released by the militant group with her five children after "pretending that I was insane."
Nigeria's Self-Styled Warriors: Meet the Vigilante Army Taking on the World's Deadliest Terror Group
VICE News met a commander of the Civilian JTF, a vigilante group formed in 2013 who have been instrumental in fighting Boko Haram militants and protecting Nigerian civilians from army abuses.
VICE News attended a march in central London on Tuesday which saw thousands of medical practitioners protest against the government's move to implement controversial new contracts.
The proposal was originally tabled by Alf Dubs, an 83-year-old member of the UK's House of Lords. He came to England as a Jewish refugee on the Kindertransport rescue effort before World War II.
Junior doctors are engaged in a bitter dispute with the government over new proposed hours and a reduction in weekend pay. More than 13,000 appointments and operations have been cancelled.
VICE News visited northeast Nigeria to meet some of the thousands of women who have been held captive and forced into marriages with Islamic militant group Boko Haram.
US President Barack Obama took questions from 500 young people who asked about everything from trade agreements to LGBT rights.
Two months before the UK votes on whether to stay in the European Union or leave, US President Barack Obama has warned that Britain would go to the "back of the queue" when it comes to trade deals if it does opt to exit.
As the debate about whether to bring more child refugees to the UK rages on, VICE News spoke to Alf Dubs, who escaped the Nazis by coming to Britain at the age of six.
Details of the latest tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea remain unclear, but the latest reports come one year after 800 people died there prompting an international outcry and European crisis talks.
On Second Anniversary of Chibok Kidnapping, the Man Who Started #BringBackOurGirls Dismisses Critics
Two years after 276 students were abducted from a town in northeast Nigeria by Islamic militant group Boko Haram, VICE News spoke to the lawyer who started a hashtag campaign to raise awareness of it.
Parents and friends of the 219 missing girls kidnapped from a school in northeast Nigeria two years ago today have reacted with joy to video released today appearing to show some of them alive.
We were in Dublin for commemorations of the armed rebellion on Easter Monday 1916 that heralded the end of British rule — but which still means very different things to different people.
Two years after a UN inquiry found North Korea to be guilty of "crimes against humanity," those who testified are still pushing to see the reclusive Asian country's leader face prosecution.
VICE News spoke to the sister of Bahraini human rights activist Zainab Al-Khawaja shortly after her arrest. Khawaja was taken from her home with her infant son.