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How Stealing and Selling Children Became a Business in South Sudan

South Sudan’s civil war flooded the nation with weapons, those weapons are now used for child abduction.
The VICE Guide To Right Now
3:53

DIY Alternatives to Wiping

A mix of Taji, Frisch, props, a camera, and lots of time, can only mean one thing: a craft show. We're here to teach you how to make your own essentials.
Chef Testimonials
7:52

Drive-thrus & Drones - Restaurant Social Distancing

MUNCHIES asked restaurateurs around the country how they’re making social distancing work for their businesses.
Quarantine Cooking
6:19

15-Minute Chickpea Pancake with Mint Chutney

Chef Chintan Pandya of restaurants Adda and Rahi is in his backyard making chickpea crepes, a quick and customizable snack from his childhood in Western India.
VICE News Shorts
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How Coronavirus and a Million Dead Pigs Exposed a Meatpacking Oligopoly

Tens of thousands of pigs are being euthanized each day and dumped into landfills or used as biofuel.
VICE News Shorts
5:30

Coronavirus Brought These Divorced Parents Together

For a lot of separated parents, the pandemic has turned an already difficult situation into a nightmare swirl of questions.
Munchies Specials
5:43

The Front Line Of Food Rescue in NYC

How should a non-profit operate during a crisis? For Rethink Food’s outreach coordinator Elijah Inniss, it means doubling down on the non-profit’s mission: to rescue food from being wasted across NYC and turn it into meals for those in need.
Quarantine Cooking
9:12

Making Dumplings From Scratch with Esther Choi of Mokbar

Esther Choi of Mokbar and Ms. Yoo in NYC is making dumplings from scratch in her home kitchen.
VICE News Shorts
5:21

Everything You Missed From the Senate Hearing on Coronavirus

Here are all the top moments from the Senate Hearing on Coronavirus.
VICE News Shorts
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Kentucky Tupac Is Alive, and Other Tales of the Undead

Here's all the non-pandemic news you may have missed this week.
VICE News Shorts
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How Wild Animals Could Suffer During Coronavirus Lockdown

Some animals do indeed need a little human presence to survive, such as the sunflower bee, which relies on conservation efforts to protect their habitat.
VICE News Shorts
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Donald Trump Talks About Testing

TESTING...Is this thing on?
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