Barcelona's Drug Squats
Since 2016, criminal gangs have occupied more than a hundred flats in central Barcelona to sell and use drugs, turning them into so-called narcopisos.
Bizarre Crimes / Extra Scene
A Doctor Explains What Happens When Smuggling Cocaine Goes Wrong
We spoke to a doctor with experience in what happens when a cocaine pellet ruptures internally
I Smuggled Cocaine into the US to Pay Off My Student Loans
Luke graduated college owing $130,000 in student loan debt. So he decided to smuggle cocaine into the United States to pay it all off.
10 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask...
10 Questions You Always Wanted To Ask: A Cocaine Dealer
Cocaine usage is at a all time high in the UK. VICE speaks to a dealer about the dangers of his job, aiding addicts and why there are so many young dealers on the streets. As featured in the new 3 part Channel 5 series "Britain's Cocaine Epidemic".
An Ex-Con's Journey Back to Prison: Revolving Doors
Filmmaker James Burns spent two years following Jason Bobbitt, an ex-convict and father of five who, despite attempts to retain meaningful employment, fails and returns to prison.
El Naya: Colombia's Hidden Cocaine-Smuggling Route
On this episode of VICE INTL, VICE Colombia takes a trip along El Naya, a hidden Colombian smuggling route that locals have used to traffic cocaine for decades.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
Cocaine Pineapple Express
Trying to get the work through customs, smugglers put cocaine in delicious, innocent pineapples.
Mexico’s War on Watchdogs
Is spyware bought by Mexico to fight cartels being used to cover up corruption?
DESUS & MERO / Clip
McDonald's Manager Serves Cocaine
At this BX McDonald's the ice cream machine broke but the yay machine is fully functional.
O.T. Genasis explores being a gun-toting rapper and father of an autistic child.
The Great Council House Scam
The Cocaine Dealer
Meet a cocaine dealer who uses a sham council flat as a trap house for his business.
VICE News Shorts
Colombia's Cocaine Paradox: Coca Crops vs. Cancer Risks
Colombia’s new peace deal with the country’s largest rebel group may lead to farmers who grow coca, the plant used to manufacture cocaine.