Blood Debt: Feudal Familial Law in the Balkans
In some parts of the Balkans, families still live by a centuries-old law called "the Canon," which recognizes the right to vengeance” if a man from one family kills another, the family of the victim must respond in kind.
Tracking Down Serbia's Danube River Pirates
We head out on the water with the Smederevo river patrol to find out how easy it is for pirates to engage in illegal trade on the Danube.
Meet the People Who Ritualistically Suspend Bodies From Hooks
A native American tribe called the Mandan first practiced suspension as a tradition marking the transition from boyhood to manhood. Galeb Nikačević from VICE Serbia decided to experience the practice firsthand.