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21:17

Why Witchcraft is Still Getting Women Killed

Almost 200 people, mostly women, have been murdered in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, accused of witchcraft and sorcery. We meet women who were branded as witches by their neighbours or relatives and have been forced into a life of exile.
VWN Super-Users
8:32

I Accidentally Discovered My Long Lost Twin on TikTok

“When I saw her online, I was so shocked that I started crying. I couldn't even say a word. Never in my life did I think I would have a twin.”
The War On Drugs
12:45

The Right Way to Legalize Weed

With cannabis legalisation sweeping across North America, we look at the issues of social justice and equality needed to get the process right and fair.
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18:57

How COVID Gave the Big Fat Indian Wedding a Makeover

After the long postponements couples in India are downsizing their weddings, or choosing online ceremonies, shaking up the estimated 50 billion dollar industry out of its COVID limbo.
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7:40

Thailand's Protests are Full of Hidden Astrological Symbolism

Cultural anthropologist, Edoardo Siani, explains a world of symbolism and divine astrology that runs beneath the surface of Bangkok’s protest movement.
I Was There When...
10:05

Why We Must Never Forget The Bhopal Gas Disaster | I Was There

In 1984, one of the world's worst industrial disasters befell the residents of Bhopal, India, when a nearby pesticide plant leaked a toxic gas. Veteran photojournalist Raghu Rai was there to photograph its aftermath.
VICE World News APAC
29:41

Life as an "Untouchable" in India

VICE World News looks at what it means to be a deemed lower-caste Dalit woman in a country that is routinely ranked the worst place to be, for women.
VICE World News APAC
15:16

Japan's Youth Sports Leagues Hide Dark History of Abuse, Suicide

The practice of "taibatsu," or corporal punishment, has deep roots in Japan's youth sports programs. VICE News meets Satoshi Araya, the father of a son who committed suicide after being bullied by his coach, as he searches for justice.
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12:18

This is How Pakistan’s GDP Can Grow by $138 Billion

The Covid pandemic, that has caused a sharp rise in people working from home, seems to be trumping some of the barriers women face when entering the workforce.
VICE World News APAC
22:23

Dismantling Pakistan's Patriarchy: Why Women of Lahore March

99.81% of the entire population of Pakistan holds at least one sexist bias. This documentary looks at the reasons behind the prevalence of such notions, and also the ways in which they are challenged by the iconic Aurat (women) March.
VICE News Specials
12:21

Fire Ants Are Invading Hawaii, so Helicopters Are Blasting Them With Birth Control

'Murder Hornets' might be wreaking havoc on the mainland, but Hawaii has their own little, huge problem: Invasive ants.
VICE News Shorts
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Everything You Missed From the Senate Hearing on Coronavirus

Here are all the top moments from the Senate Hearing on Coronavirus.
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