RIP SERENA SHIM  you bravely exposed Turkey’s role in the destabilization of Syria and now they killed you? 

    Serena is an American journalist has been killed in a car crash in Turkey just a day after claiming she claimed the Turkish intelligence services had threatened her over her reporting of the siege of Kobane.

    Serena Shim, who worked for Iran’s state-owned Press TV as Turkey correspondent, died in the city of Suruc in mysterious circumstances  

    Shim’s death came just days after she spoke on camera of her fears of being arrested, claiming Turkish intelligence agents had accused her of spying after one of her reports suggested ISIS militants were being smuggled back and forth over the Syrian border in the back of aid vehicles.

    This is the video where she speaks of her fears and the threats she received ONE day before her death



    The biggest fear of islamic state: The brave Kurdish women fighters


    Do it for the Vine Randy!


    People protested in front Mexican Consulate in Chicago on October 8th, demanding that the consulate put pressure on the Mexican government about the disappearance of 43 students in Ayotzinapa, a letter was also handed to the consulate with demands and in solidarity with the family of the missing students. A national protest in Mexico coincided with protest at several Mexican consulates in the United States and in consulates in Europe.
    Some of the biggest protest in Mexico occurred in Chilpancingo just 20 minutes from where the disappearances occurred and in Mexico City, were around 10,000 people took the streets to demand the students back alive. Not to long after the disappearances took place a mass grave was found with 28 bodies, authorities are still conducting investigations and DNA test to find out if the bodies belong to the students according to reports.
    Top 4 photos by: William Camargo
    bottom 4 photos by: Grace Donnelly


    Mexico Takes to the Streets for Students of Ayotzinapa

    Mexicans took to the streets on Wednesday in impromptu marches in support of students from a rural teachers’ college in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, who were murdered and disappeared in late September. Police officers and cartel members are suspected of burying the students in mass graves, which were discovered on Saturday. The public outcry led to a call for a national march to demand justice.

    More than 50 cities participated from Chiapas to Baja California.

    Photos via Proceso, La Jornada, Zacatecas 3.0