Woman / S1 EP8

Pakistan: On the Frontlines

Extremist violence in Pakistan is profoundly affecting the female population. We explore how women are responding to the threat and creating change.
Vice Special Report / S1 EP22

No Justice for Women in Afghanistan

VICE News is in Afghanistan as women face the loss of rights under the Taliban.
Terror / Clip

Pakistan's President and the Rise of the TTP

Suroosh speaks to former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf about fighting the TTP alongside the West in the aftermath of 9/11.
Terror / Clip

A Turning Point in Pakistan

Suroosh Alvi speaks to survivors of the 2014 Peshawar school massacre and 2015 Imamia mosque attack.
Terror / S1 EP3

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

Suroosh returns to Pakistan to find a country in turmoil, gripped by terror.
Violent Times

Meet Australia's Deadliest Soldier

In 2013 Paul Cale became known as Australia’s Toughest Soldier and Killer Commando after he stormed an enemy compound and strangled a Taliban leader to death.
Cyberwar / S2 EP7

Cyber Kill Lists

America builds a global surveillance machine, using data to ID and kill enemies.
VICE News Shorts

Suicide Bomber Kills 8 Civilians in Kabul Attack on NATO Convoy

Suicide bomber kills 8 civilians in Kabul attack on NATO convoy
VICE News Specials

Embedded in Northern Afghanistan: The Resurgence of the Taliban

VICE News filmmaker Nagieb Khaja gained exclusive access to the Taliban, and spoke to fighters that briefly took control of Kunduz.
VICE News Specials

Elections in Kabul - Dispatch 1

The Crew is travelling to Kabul with the intention of following the final round of Afghan Presidential election.
VICE News Specials / Clip

American Allies: The Interpreters (Part 4)

VICE News correspondent Ben Anderson meets American veterans and lawyers desperately trying to get Afghan interpreters visas needed to escape persecution by the Taliban.
VICE News Specials / Clip

Nowhere Left to Hide: The Interpreters (Part 2)

Despite living under constant danger after loyal service to US forces, Afghan interpreters have been unable to obtain visas necessary for them to leave the country.