More than 100 bodies were pulled from the wreckage of homes and buildings across the coastal enclave on Saturday, bringing the total death toll in Gaza to more than 1,000.
Young and Gay: Jamaica’s Gully Queens
In Jamaica, attacks, murder, and rape are common occurrences against LGBTI people, with little to no retribution or justice brought against those responsible.
Thailand’s Military Government Thinks John Oliver Is a Threat to Its Monarchy
As the most recent round of hostilities between Israel and Hamas enters its third week, the death toll in Gaza has climbed to nearly 620, and neither side is showing any sign of letting up.
Renisha McBride’s Death and Who Gets to Be a Perceived Threat
In a case where a white man claims self-defense for shooting an unarmed black teen, we cannot ignore race’s role in US justice.
‘We Had Everything but Freedom’: Inside Mexico’s Shelter of Horrors
Some 450 children, and six infants, lived in squalid conditions at La Gran Familia, a group shelter now under investigation in Michoacán.
Defying a ceasefire agreement, rebels in South Sudan launched intense attacks over the weekend on the northeast town of Nasir in an attempt to recapture their former base of operations.
As Casualties Mount, Netanyahu Vows to Expand Israel’s Military Operations in Gaza
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to ramp up military operations in Gaza Monday despite mounting casualties on both sides.
A video has emerged that is described as showing a Palestinian man repeatedly shot and ultimately killed by a sniper while he searched for his family in the devastated neighborhood of Shujaiyeh.
Riots in Buenos Aires After Argentina’s World Cup Final Defeat
VICE News took the Buenos Aires subway to the chaotic post-defeat disturbances at the Obelisk monument. More than 100 people were arrested.
China’s Horrific Air Quality Prompts Its Government to Purchase Electric Cars
The Obama Administration’s ‘Transparency’ Is Meaningless
In light of a year’s worth of historic revelations about government subterfuge and mass surveillance, President Barack Obama’s early promise to oversee the most transparent administration ever now seems spectacularly ill-fated.
After a weeks-long deadlock, an agreement between the leading candidates of Afghanistan’s presidential election has set the stage for an unprecedented audit that would see Afghan and international observers recount more than 8 million votes.
Hanging Out with Syria’s Mysterious French Mercenary
Meet the Researcher Who Was Fired After Trying to Give Weed to Veterans
Dr. Sue Sisley, a psychiatrist overseeing the only approved study in the country to investigate the efficacy of medical marijuana in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, was dismissed a couple of weeks ago from her position at the University of Arizona.
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