Shim had told the station Friday that the Turkish intelligence agency had accused her of spying and that she feared being arrested. (Screen grab from Press TV)
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A Lebanese-American journalist covering the Syrian conflict for Iran's Press TV was killed in a car accident in Turkey, which her family and employers say was premeditated by the Turkish authorities, the station said Monday.A Press TV reporter in Beirut said the station was skeptical about the reported circumstances of Shim's death, because she arrived in Turkey almost 10 days ago and had been closely monitored by Turkish intelligence.Shim had told the station Friday that the Turkish intelligence agency accused her of spying and that she feared being arrested, the TV report said.
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