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VICE World News APAC
21:17

Why Witchcraft is Still Getting Women Killed

Almost 200 people, mostly women, have been murdered in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, accused of witchcraft and sorcery. We meet women who were branded as witches by their neighbours or relatives and have been forced into a life of exile.
Gen 跟 CHINA
12:33

China Might Have Found a Way to Beat the Pandemic - Increased Surveillance | Gen 跟 China

VICE World News’ latest series, ‘Gen 跟 China’ is an insider’s view of the country as it navigates a post-pandemic world. In this first episode, we look at how China's home-grown health codes are a step up in the country's surveillance tech arsenal.
VICE World News APAC
21:22

What It's Like Being Declared a Witch in Modern India

Almost 200 people, mostly women, have been murdered in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, accused of witchcraft and sorcery. We meet women who were branded as witches by their neighbours or relatives and have been forced into a life of exile.
Round Table Debates / Clip
30:40

Police Debate Female Cops, Arrest Quotas, & Racial Bias

Vice's Lee Adams invited 8 police officers to candidly discuss and debate police structures and policies including: racism, excessive force, and defunding the police.
VICE News Shorts
3:10

Journalists Covering Protests Are Being Attacked By Police Across America

"I am press," they said. It didn't matter.
What The Florida
9:10

Cops Mistake Doughnut Glaze for Drugs | What the Florida?

Krispy Kreme or Crystal Meth? That was the question posed to the Orlando Police officers who falsely arrested 64-year-old Daniel Rushing after pulling him over and finding doughnut glaze in his car.
VICE Specials
28:45

Wanted for Drug Trafficking: Life on the Run

VICE goes behind the scenes of the life of Quintin “QNHannaz” Walters, a man on the run from the law who has decided to turn himself in.
Innocence Ignored
4:17

The Police Forced Me to Confess

Vice teams up with the Innocence Project to tell the stories of recent exonerees.
Australiana
48:28

Inside The Motel That Homes The Homeless, Ex-Prisoners, and Refugees

Over a period of four months, VICE embed with the staff and residents of The Stay Inn, a motel that gets most of its clientele through prison and homeless services.
Violent Times
12:21

The Artist Pushing Sadomasochism To The Bleeding Edge

Consensual pain can be both psychologically – and physically – transformative. Melbourne sadomasochist and artist Jilf and her partner take us through their intense SM process; from set up, to the act, and then the aftercare.
Violent Times
13:17

Sydney's Underworld Enforcer

For almost 30 years notorious gangster Graham 'Abo' Henry ruled the mean streets of Sydney with iron fists. With violence, bloodshed and fear as his tools of trade, he carved a swathe through the criminal underworld.
VICE News Shorts
1:08

Thousands are protesting a girl's murder in Pakistan

Protests are in their second day following the death of two civilians Wednesday.
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