Suspect kills eight in New York truck ‘act of terror’

A man kills eight people in NY with a truck in what authorities see as a terrorist attack.

Riders reenact WWI ANZAC cavalry charge in Israel

Members of the Australian Light Horse association put on a reenactment in Beer Sheba of the historical fight of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division) where the forces captured the area in southern Israel from the Ottoman Empire during the First World War.

At least 6 dead and 12 injured in Manhattan terrorist attack

At least 6 people have been reported killed and at least 12 injured in a vehicle attack near the World Trade Center memorial in lower Manhattan, New York City. Police have the driver in custody and are investigating the attack as terrorism. READ MORE:


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America’s Worst Gas Leak & The Last Rohingya Fighters: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the Oct. 24, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Two years ago, the Aliso Canyon gas facility in Los Angeles was at the center of the worst gas blowout in U.S. history when a ruptured well released toxic chemicals. The site has since reopened, but while officials and experts disagree on whether there is a link between the blowout and long-term health issues, residents have their own thoughts.

The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army is a militant group that has vowed to defend its people and fight against the Myanmar forces. VICE News talks to two ARSA members living in Bangladesh’s refugee camps about who they really are and what they are fighting for.
Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Republican Senator Rand Paul introduced a bill to rein in the the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, which allows the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on conversations between foreign nationals—but might let them target Americans, too.

Plus, House Oversight looks at rules governing political advertising on the internet, with a variety of outside witnesses
AND Weezer reviews new music in VICE News’ weekly installment of Music Critic

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Poll shows more Catalans favour independence than not

People in Spain react to Carles Puigdemont’s speech in Brussels. According to a regional government opinion poll, more Catalans favour independence than not, in a sharp reversal of the last survey that gave pro-unity supporters a clear lead.

Russia probe: Facebook, Twitter and Google go before Congress

US internet giants go before Congress with new data showing the success of Russian fake news operations, the day after bombshell indictments in a US probe of Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 presidential elections. IMAGES

Casualties, shots fired in Manhattan: reports

Multiple people were hurt in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, US media reported after police confirmed that they were responding to reports of a shooting. IMAGES

Syria regime shelling kills 4 schoolchildren in besieged town

Syrian regime shelling killed four schoolchildren and a man on Tuesday in the rebel-held besieged town of Jisreen east of the capital Damascus, a Britain-based monitor and a medical source says.

Uber and taxi drivers protest in Brasilia ahead of key vote

Uber and Taxi drivers rally on opposite sides of Brasilia’s Congress building ahead of a key vote that might set new rules for online-based taxi companies.

Displaced Puerto Ricans find refuge in New York

Francisco Gonzalez, 79, his wife and three dogs arrived in New York nearly a month ago to live with their student son. Although they are US citizens, they consider themselves refugees from Hurricane Maria.