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The Battle for Haiti

The Battle for Haiti

In 2010 the earthquake hit Haiti. Quarter of a million people died. The world promised to help the Haitians rebuild a new and better country. Yet something happened that day that has left those promises and the future of Haiti hanging in...

8.07

Ukraine Burning

Ukraine Burning

Since November 2013, anti-government protests in Ukraine have engulfed central Kiev. These protests dubbed "Euromaidan" escalated in January 2014 when police and protesters clashed over a new and highly controversial protest law. This law could send you in prison for wearing a...

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Don't Panic: The Truth About Population

Don't Panic: The Truth About Population

We live in a world of relentless change. Huge migrations of people to new mega-cities filling soaring skyscrapers and vast slums, ravenous appetites for fuel and food, unpredictable climate change... and all this in a world where the population is still growing....

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My Life As a Gamer

My Life As a Gamer

It's really amazing to see how the gaming community is coming together with the gaming industry in an effort to raise donations for kids. Gaming for Good is basically just a website where developers donate their games and when gamers donate to...

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No Sex Please, We're Japanese

No Sex Please, We're Japanese

The world's population is seven billion people and counting, and when you come to Tokyo it feels like most of them live there. But Japan is so different to any other country in the world... men and women are drifting apart. Experts...

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Mozambique: Life after Death

Mozambique: Life after Death

In Southern Africa, bordered by South Africa and Tanzania, and the channel that bears its name, we find Mozambique. The capital, Maputo, has a population of 1.3 million and it's its political, administrative and judicial center. As happens in the majority of...

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Make Me a German

Make Me a German

Aren't you just bored with hearing German accomplishment stories? They're the best at football (soccer), they're the first to go on a holiday and while Britain undergoes possible unemployment rise and a huge debt, just look how well the Germans are doing....

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Snowden's Journalist of Choice

Snowden's Journalist of Choice

In June of 2013, Glenn Greenwald was the first to report on the classified national security agency documents leaked by the former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, through a series of articles in "The Guardian." Last November, VICE traveled to meet Greenwald at...

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Atheism Explained

Atheism Explained

Where do you get your morality from? Don't assume that atheists don't have morals. We all have morals, we all have ethics. Atheists just don't derive them from a holy book. And probably your Bible isn't the only reason you're not out...

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In Transition 2.0

In Transition 2.0

"In Transition 2.0" is a documentary about the Transition movement. Transition stimulates the creative juices of people on the streets to get together beyond their differences, to make the best use of their resources, their energies, their spirits. It's not about trying...

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Has God Forsaken Africa?

Has God Forsaken Africa?

The story of this documentary unfolds in a working-class neighborhood in Dakar, Senegal. The director, Musa Dieng Kala, returns there to see what happened in a district he grew up in. Twenty years have passed since he and his friends dreamt of...

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