LOS ANGELES - The California university researcher killed in Ethiopia protests was a brilliant scientist with an infectious smile who was studying the effects of climate change at the time of her death, the colleague who was traveling with her said on Thursday.
Sharon Gray, a 31-year-old postdoctoral scientist at the University of California, Davis, was riding through Addis Ababa with her co-researcher Siobahn Brady when their car was attacked by demonstrators hurling rocks.
A 16-year-old boy killed in a weekend police shooting in Los Angeles that generated protests left a farewell note and confronted police with a replica handgun to end his own life, the city’s police chief said on Thursday. The Hispan...
Sharon Gray is first foreigner killed in anti-government protests that have claimed the lives of hundreds of protesters since November 2015
Sharon Gray, 30, had traveled to Ethiopia for a meeting relating to research she was conducting.
UC Davis postdoctoral researcher Sharon Gray was murdered near Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa after anti-protesters attacked the vehicle she was riding in with stones. Gray, a 30-year-old researcher at the University of California’s...