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8:16

Duterte's Brutal War on Drugs

Since becoming president of the Philippines in 2016, Rodrigo Duterte has led an aggressive anti-drug campaign that human rights organizations estimate has killed 27,000 people. Duterte's justifications were broadcast on state media.
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15:16

Japan's Youth Sports Leagues Hide Dark History of Abuse, Suicide

The practice of "taibatsu," or corporal punishment, has deep roots in Japan's youth sports programs. VICE News meets Satoshi Araya, the father of a son who committed suicide after being bullied by his coach, as he searches for justice.
SOURCE MATERIAL
9:02

Filming My Escape From Wildfires | Source Material

Journalism is powered by primary sources.
SOURCE MATERIAL
10:15

Trapped Inside the Burning Grenfell Tower | Source Material

Journalism is powered by primary sources. People who were there.
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17:19

Japan's Country Towns Were Dying, Then COVID Happened.

Rural Japan has been on a long, steady decline for decades, but the pandemic now has some plotting an escape from the cities.
SOURCE MATERIAL
9:11

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Source Material is a multimedia project that takes you behind the headlines and straight to the source. It is also a podcast. Listen and subscribe here for original episodes: http://vice.video/sourcematerialpod
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30:18

The Afghanistan Wheelchair Basketball Teams Is Fighting For A Spot At The Paralympics

For the first time in Afghanistan's history, its men and women’s teams are training to qualify for the Summer Paralympics, to be held in Tokyo in 2021.
SOURCE MATERIAL
10:19

Stranded On a COVID Cruise For Weeks

When the coronavirus locked down the world, Cassandra Grimbly and Riley Tench found themselves trapped on the cruise ships where they worked. They documented their lives during weeks of uncertain isolation in a floating hotel.
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0:51

Introducing Source Material: A New Podcast and Video Series from VICE News

Unnarrated. Unfiltered. World events told through the recordings of those who lived it
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3:56

Ibtihaj Muhammad on the Power of Young Voters

What do fencing and voting have in common? Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad tells Cari Champion and Jemele Hill how she's getting out the vote.
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10:18

Hong Kong Police are Redefining Who Can Be Called a Journalist

The battle over the future of Hong Kong is playing out on a new front as police intensify a crackdown on the press. New rules allow the police to say who is, and who isn't, a journalist—a move that hits small media focused on the protests hardest.
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12:18

This Exorcist Is a Social Media Star in Iraq

People who have experienced decades of trauma in Iraq are turning to exorcists to help with their mental health in a country where those issues are largely ignored.
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