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CRIMEWAVE
9:48

The Most Dangerous City in Europe?

In Marseille, violence between drug gangs fighting for territory has spiralled out of control. VICE meets the criminals behind these wars and the victims.
The War On Drugs
9:41

The Female Cartel Bosses of Latin America

Who are the mysterious female bosses commanding cartels? How have these women achieved power, and what can they show us about how the drug war shapes women's lives?
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
6:57

“She Was Inhaling Deeply”

Andrew McConnell grew up during the Troubles in Northern Ireland - now he captures the lives of ordinary people living in conflict zones, rather than those holding a gun.
NEWS ON DRUGS
18:48

Why Addiction Theories May Be Wrong

Author Maia Szalavitz tells us why we need to completely rethink addiction and how our current approach harms society.
VWN Super-Users
7:16

I Stop Multimillion Dollar Cyberattacks

Kurtis Minder is the middleman between hackers and companies with a lot to lose. He negotiates with the cybercriminals who hold entire businesses hostage for money.
VWN Super-Users
7:23

Catching Pedophiles Using AI

Sue Black identifies child sex abusers. These perpetrators often record themselves in the act, and sometimes their hands are visible.
FAKES, FRAUDS & SCAMMERS
10:45

Stealing Millions as Teenage Art Thieves

Chas Allen was one of four 19-year-olds who carried out one of the most audacious art heists in U.S. history. But a series of mistakes would lead to their downfall.
The Business of Crime
9:48

Is the New York Mob Back?

VICE World News looks at the future of the Crime Family - why they hold such sway over the imagination and exactly what their role is in the global criminal underworld.
The Business of Crime
7:37

How to Clean Dirty Money

From crypto kings in North Korea to major banks, We look at how criminals clean their money and how money laundering is essential to keep the criminal world running.
VWN Informers
5:11

Ex-Con Explains the Corruption of Prison Guards

Corruption, institutional racism and ‘slave labour’ is a problem in many prisons around the world. An ex-convict in the UK tells us about his experiences.
VWN DEVELOPING NEWS / web
6:11

“He Was Dripping in Gasoline”

In 2017, a single photo brought worldwide attention to the brutality of frontline protests in Venezuela. This is the photographer's story.
NEWS ON DRUGS
20:00

The Rise of Psychedelic Therapies

World-leading expert Professor David Nutt reveals how psychedelics are revolutionizing the world of mental health treatments.
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