Iraqi photographer Kamaran Najm Ibrahim was killed while covering clashes between Kurdish security forces and the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) on Thursday, June 12. The 27-year-old photographer had been shooting photos of the clashes in the southwest city of Kirkuk, according to news reports, when he was shot.  These clashes served as a demonstration by militants to protest the effects of Iraq’s expanding extremist army.  Ibrahim was the co-founder and a staff photographer of Metrography, an Iraqi photography agency that supports over 100 local photographers capturing the developments in Iraq.