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Women tortured, imprisoned, murdered: Human rights in Pakistan

Women tortured, imprisoned, murdered: Human rights in Pakistan

Alixandra Fazzina, a photojournalist, spent five years collecting the stories and pictures of women surviving conflict in Pakistan.

Now, as fundamentalism spreads across the country she finds herself no longer permitted to move among them but free to tell their stories.

 
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Jamaica's first medicinal marijuana company, Medicanja, launched this year against a backdrop of reinvigorated debate
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Tindog Tacloban: the mayor of a town rising up from Typhoon Haiyan

Tindog Tacloban: the mayor of a town rising up from Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest and most violent storm in recorded history, devastated the central Philippines, leaving over 6,000 dead and 1,800 missing.

Bearing the brunt of the landfall was Tacloban City, a regional capital further marred by dirty politics, a slow response effort and problematic aid deliveries. With exclusive access to Tacloban's mayor, Tindog Tacloban follows three Filipinos as they try, 10 days after Haiyan, to piece together their lives and make sense of the world they once knew.

 
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Restrictions on Romania and Bulgaria were lifted, citizens of those countries were free to travel and work throughout the EU.
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Death of the American Hobo

Death of the American Hobo

We traveled by rail to the 112th National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, to see what was left of hobo life.
A Hobo is a migratory worker or homeless vagabond, especially one who is penniless. The term originated in the Western—probably Northwestern—United States around 1890. Unlike "tramps"—who work only when they are forced to, and "bums"—who do not work at all, "hobos" are itinerant workers

 
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Since 2011, when Yemeni youths took to the streets and sparked the eventual demise of former President Ali Abdullah
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The Afghan Interpreters

The Afghan Interpreters

The interpreters who worked alongside American and NATO forces in Afghanistan are among our bravest and most loyal allies.

They played an essential role in sourcing intelligence and educating Western troops about the local culture. Now they're in danger of being abandoned.
 
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Everyone knows what charming places strip clubs can be, but perhaps there is no club so charming as one in Moriarty, New Mexico
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West African Truckers

West African Truckers

West African truck drivers spend days, weeks, and sometimes months dealing with corrupt border officials and illegal checkpoints on harrowing delivery trips that should take just a few hours.

The truck driver holds a mythic stature in American music, from the hayseed hagiographies of Slim Jacobs and Bobby Sykes to the liner notes of Big Black's Songs About Fucking. There aren't as many country songs about African truckers, but they are no less the virile champions of industry and gluteal fortitude as their US counterparts.
 
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As the conflict in Thailand intensifies, VICE News goes deep into the lives of the rich and powerful royalists of Bangkok,
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Saudi Arabian Women Unveiled

Through Ziyah Gafic's lens, VICE was invited into a world rarely visited by outsiders to lift the abaya and niqab and meet the women underneath (who are newspaper writers, doctors, and members of the ministry of education).
 
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The Sahara's Forgotten War

VICE News travels to Western Sahara's occupied and liberated territories, as well as the Polisario-run refugee camps in Algeria,

to find out more about one of the world's least reported conflicts.
 
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Surviving in the Siberian Wilderness for 70 Years

Surviving in the Siberian Wilderness for 70 Years

In 1936, a family of Russian Old Believers journeyed deep into Siberia's vast taiga to escape persecution and protect their way of life. The Lykovs eventually settled in the Sayan Mountains, 160 miles from any other sign of civilization. In 1944, Agafia

Lykov was born into this wilderness. Today, she is the last surviving Lykov, remaining steadfast in her seclusion. In this episode of Far Out, the VICE crew travels to Agafia to learn about her taiga lifestyle and the encroaching influence of the outside world.
 
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Banished! - Florida's Paedophile Village

Banished! - Florida's Paedophile Village

Inside the tiny town built for sex offenders: Photographer captures the spiritual 'safe haven' in Florida where 200 convicted sex criminals and their relatives live side by side
Miracle Village, just outside Everglades in south Florida, was established in 2009 by the late evangelical pastor Dick Witherow
Borne out of religion, it is place where registered sex offenders can live without judgement and repent their sins
 
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Confronting racism face-to-face

Confronting racism face-to-face

Mo Asumang, daughter of a black Ghanaian father and a white German mother, talks to BBC News about her experiences making her new documentary, The Aryans, in which she confronts racists, both in Germany and among the Ku Klux Klan in America.
 
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