The Big Steal
Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari
Benazir Bhutto, the former PM of Pakistan was a controversial figure mired in allegations of corruption and accused of acquiring wealth worth over 1.5 billion dollars.
The Big Steal
Undoing of Bo Xilai
The murder of a business associate marked the beginning of the end of Bo Xilai, who at the height of his power in China’s political establishment, was considered a rival to no-less than Xi Jinping, the current President of China.
HUNTERS / S1 EP5
Hunting the Next Global Virus
Bat expert Paul searches the deep caves of Kenya to catch and test bats that may be carrying an undiscovered virus that could cause the next pandemic.
The Big Steal
How Suharto Stole Billions from Indonesia
Indonesian President, Suharto, ruled Indonesia for over three decades, and allegedly amassed the largest ill-gotten fortune in all of Asia. A $35 billion theft, most of which was never recovered continues to haunt Indonesians till this day.
HUNTERS / S1 EP4
Hunting for a Lost Russian Satellite in Canada
Braving the wilderness of Canada, two scientists trek unforgiving terrain to uncover a secret, nuclear powered Soviet-era spy satellite that crashed there decades ago.
Milk Tea Alliance
Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal advocates for democracy in Thailand and countries where he believes the Chinese government threatens people’s human rights and freedom.
Trouble in Paradise
Opioid Trouble in Himachal Pradesh
India’s northernmost state Himachal Pradesh is in the grips of a heroin crisis, as collateral damage of border state Punjab’s War on Drugs against the alleged Pakistan funded Narco Terrorism.
Pakistan's Enforced Disappearances
Mahrang Baloch is an activist using social media to highlight the issue of enforced disappearances in Pakistan. Ethnic Baloch people have been disappearing for two decades, activists say this happens after calling for social justice or independence.
Politics of Sex
No uterus, No money, No papers
Women in Beed, an impoverished, drought-hit district in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, are resorting to removing their uterus. These women are sugarcane labourers and work for nearly 18 hours every day during the cutting season.
Navkiran Natt is one of the founders of Trolley Times, a newspaper started as a voice of farmers' protest. With a following of 100k, Trolley Times has used its platform to push for a repeal of three contentious farm laws in India.
Gangster Marathon Runner
Meet Rahul Jadhav. Today, he is known as an ultramarathon runner all over India. But this was not the case just a few years ago. Rahul used to be a gang member, a gunrunner, and a money launderer. This is his story of finding redemption and himself.
Rainbow Guide to Life
In this episode of Rainbow Guide to Life, China’s pioneering drag queen, Kudos, shows VICE World News the online world of drag in China.