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The Vice Guide to Travel 

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The Beirut segment was a mistake according to Shane Smith (Co-founder of Vice). It was intended to be a 'Skating with the Hezbollah' documentary, but when they got there, they found the skate park had been blown up. They spoke with people to find out what happened and stumbled upon head of the Al Aqsa Martyrs brigade. See more »

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Black Marget dealer: [explaing the dirty bomb he sold] This shell, I showed to them and finally, he told me that this is credible.
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Great Independent Journalism
5 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

Almost all of the Vice Guide series I've seen have been fantastic. They talk to real people and come from a different perspective than televised news. Most of the episodes are eye-opening and have given me a greater understanding of how unfortunate and intriguing the lives of other people are everyday.

They travel absolutely everywhere. Lebanon, Russia, North Korea, Mexico, Liberia, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Paraguay, The Philippines, and Israel.

My personal favorites are The Vice Guide to North Korea, Mecca Diaries, Filipino Feed Lot, and The Vice Guide to Liberia.

Highly recommended.


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