VWN SYSTEM ERROR
How Russia Profits From African Coups
VICE World News investigates how Kremlin-linked mercenaries and disinformation fuel instability in Africa.
Ukrainians Are Bombing Russians with Custom Drones
A group of drone operators is leading the charge in Ukraine’s David-and-Goliath defense against Putin. VICE speaks to the unit who halted a Russian convoy headed for Kyiv.
VWN SYSTEM ERROR
How Oil Became Russia’s Strongest Weapon
EU countries have paid Russia $44 billion for oil and gas since the Ukraine conflict began. We investigate how fossil fuels are financing Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
How Putin's Oligarchs Hide Their Billions
How did oligarch Dmitry Firtash, aka Putin’s ‘Man in Ukraine’, end up buying a tube station in the heart of London? Journalist Oliver Bullough investigates.
The Ex-Russian Spy Turned Millionaire Influencer
Aliia Roza is an ex Russian spy seductress who defected to America and became a multi-millionaire fashion PR mogul and actress. But when VICE’s Sydney Lima spends time with her she discovers that things might not be all that they seem.
The Ethical Hackers at War With Putin
Hacktivist group Cyber Partisans normally targets Belarus’ repressive government, led by Europe’s last dictator. But now the resistance group has its sights set on Putin.
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.
VWN Decade of Hate
How Ukraine became a cultural hub for the extreme right
The war in Ukraine was a magnet for far-right radicals from around the world. Fighting on both sides, they gained combat experience and deep links with other extremists
Uncovering a $230 million tax fraud
The murder of Sergei Magnitsky while in prison remains one of the darkest scandals in the history of the Russian criminal justice system. This is his story.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
Watching The Fall of the Berlin Wall | Developing News
Franco-Nigerian photojournalist Pierre Alozie talks about the photos he took at the fall of the Berlin Wall that divided communist East Germany from West Germany.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
The Law Banning Congressional Insider Trading Isn’t Enough to Stop It
The law banning members of Congress from insider trading should be upgraded in light of the frantic stock trading on Capitol Hill during the coronavirus pandemic.
VICE News Shorts
Russia Is Using 5,000 Workers to Build a New Hospital as Coronavirus Cases Rise
Russia is building a hospital near Moscow that will accommodate up to 500 patients.