Sex scandals, divorce and a brutal assault in Milan, 2009 was a tough year for Silvio Berlusconi. Reporter Mark Franchetti returns to the country of his birth to assess one of the world's most controversial and flamboyant leaders. Franchetti finds an Italy divided between those who love Silvio and those who hate him.
A grim yet riveting documentary detailing an indiscriminate terrorist attack that left 71 dead in Kenya. Filmmaker Dan Reed assembles the one-hour film from surveillance video shot by more than 100 security cameras, conveying the brutality of the moment, and then augmenting that via interviews with survivors.
What if there was one day when, for 24 hours, the world stopped killing? Is the idea of lasting world peace one day an impossible dream? Not for young Londoner, former sci-fi actor and filmmaker Jeremy Gilley. In 1998 he decided to get national leaders to commit to a cessation of hostilities for at least one designated day each year. He discovered that there already was an international "Peace Day" but its date was not fixed and very few knew of its existence. Its observance was ignored.
Businessman, reality star, surprise White House possibility; Donald Trump has always been a polarising figure in the modern media. This is the story of his rise told by those who have faced him across boardroom tables and courtrooms.
Aleppo is Syria's largest metropolitan area and a millennia-old commercial capital. Today, however, it is a relative ghost town, threatened by regime bombing from the air and a militant offensive on the ground. For two weeks over the summer, VICE News embeds with the Islamic Front, a coalition of Islamist rebels fighting the forces of President Bashar al-Assad on one hand, and Islamic State militants on the other. From their secret tunnels beneath the ancient city to their threatened frontline outposts in Aleppo's ruined medieval centre, VICE NEWS followed the Islamic Front as, against overwhelming odds, they battled to retain control of the capital of the Syrian revolution.