Gabriela Lopez


About Gabriela Lopez

Gabriela is a sophomore at Suffolk University pursuing a bachelor´s degree in Journalism.

Displacements Continue In Mexico With Latest Tragedy At Colonia Lebaron

On Nov. 4th, nine members of a renown Mormon family in Northern Mexico were killed, all of them women and children, slaughtered by drug cartel dealers. Due to the increasing insecurity in the area due to cartel violence, more than 100 people, all U.S citizens, have left the states of […]


39 Vietnamese dead in UK, authorities said they were victims of human trafficking

The British police have identified the 39 people found dead in Essex on October 23rd as Vietnamese nationals. Vietnam´s government said “it strongly condemns human trafficking” and the ministry of foreign affairs called on the international community to “step up cooperation” to fight the humanitarian crisis.   The victims were […]


Bolivian President Evo Morales Would Welcome International Audit Of Election

In Bolivia, the week-long protests began after the electoral results, which declared President Evo Morales the winner of the first-round election, for a fourth consecutive term. People on the streets claim electoral fraud and The Organization of American States and the European Union, said the results were so close that […]


Catalan Separatists Continue To Protest And Violence With Police Escalates

In the seventh consecutive night of protests in Barcelona, violent clashes continue to reign in the city and other Catalan cities. In the latest news, Spain’s government refused President of Catalonia Quim Torra’s request to negotiate with the pro-independence movement, and therefore more demonstrations should be expected from the separatist […]


Ecuador Reaches A Deal: Cancel Decree 833 And End of Protests

Indigenous groups and delegates of Ecuador’s government reached an agreement to cancel the austerity package imposed on Sunday. The agreement ended 11 days of violent protests, which damaged greatly the country´s economy, and left more than 1,000 people injured and seven deaths. Thousands of students and Indigenous protesters cleaned up […]


Haiti Demands President´s Resignation And Support From International Community

In Haiti’s capital, Port-Au-Prince, streets were filled on Friday with thousands of protesters led by the opposition, demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse. The march led to the capital’s U.N. headquarters, in an attempt to gain support from the international community, against the current government. Two people were allegedly […]


One Step Closer To Peace In Syria: Constitutional Committee Formed

After almost two years of discussions, and a more than eight-year conflict in Syria, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced on 23 September the formation of a Syrian constitutional committee. However, the director and spokesperson of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Mustafa Bali, commented to a special UN envoy […]


One country, Two Different Sides: Hong Kong And China

On Sunday, chaos broke during an unauthorized march on the shopping district of Hong Kong where police fired dye blue water from canons and tear gas to thousands of protesters, as they threw petrol bombs and bricks at the police. Several people were injured at the demonstration, 100 people were arrested […]


Could Tensions Between Israel and Hezbollah Lead To Another War?

In the past few weeks, tensions have once more been raised between Israel and radical Shi’a Lebanese group Hezbollah, and there is a fear that the latest drone strikes and allegations of missile production could lead to a war between the two sides. The hostility between Hezbollah, the radical Shi’a […]


Is The Threat Of A No-Deal Brexit Gone?

The United Kingdom´s Parliament did not waste time, and as soon as members returned from summer recess this past Tuesday, discussions and votes focused on Brexit. The Prime Minister,Boris Johnson had a hard week after he lost his first vote, and members of the Parliament (MPs), including people from his […]