On the frontline in Ferguson
On the frontline in Ferguson
MSF Provides Support to Families of Missing Iguala Students
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Photojournalist Jon Lowenstein has been in Ferguson Missouri since last week as the protests over the shooting of the unarmed teenager Michael Brown have seen anger seethe and simmer.
March 26 marked six months since the disappearance of 43 students after clashes with local police ahead of a planned protest in Iguala, Mexico. The missing 43 men were students of Ayotzinapa’s teachers college in the town of Iguala and disappeared on September 26, 2014. Investigators have identified the remains of only one of the students, but say a local drug gang admitted to killing a large number of people.Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have been providing psychosocial support to the families of the missing students. This video reports on their work. Credit: YouTube\MSFUK
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A Northern Irish political party is channeling Jimmy Kimmel with its latest campaign video. Naomi Long, an MP for the North’s Alliance Party, reads mean tweets about herself in a video released Friday. “Naomi Long, yes you couldn’t miss her, arse like a small island,” reads one of the tweets the politician selected for the video.Long is seeking reelection in the Belfast East constituency. In 2010, she defeated Northern Ireland’s First Minister Peter Robinson, who had held the seat for the Democratic Unionist Party. Credit: Alliance Party Northern Ireland
Iraqi forces mount an offensive to try to oust Islamic State militants from the city of Tikrit. Nathan Frandino reports.
The Gulf Cooperation Council’s military offensive carried out airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen throughout the day on Thursday, March 26, and into the early hours of Friday, near the country’s capital of Sanaa.In this video, filmed on March 27, people gather near Daylami Air Base, north of Sanaa, to assess damage and sift through debris. The base, used by the Yemeni Air Force, may have been hit by ground shelling, or by airstrikes from the Saudi-led coalition, according to <a href="http://www.rferl.mobi/a/yemen-sanaa-airstrike/26923992.html" target="_blank">Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty</a>. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
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