Comment and Analysis: OBITUARY.Gaby RadoAWARD-WINNING foreign correspondent Gaby Rado's career saw him covering many of the greatest upheavals around the world in the last decade.
After moving to Channel 4 News to specialise in foreign affairs, theHungarianborn journalist found himself reporting on major conflict and political change on a regular basis.
He joined ITN ITN n abbr (Brit) (= Independent Television News) → chaîne de télévision commerciale
ITN (Brit) n abbr (TV) (= Independent Television News) → in 1985, working as a writer for the news provider before becoming a reporter on Channel 4 News in 1988.
His portfolio of reports which have sent him around the world include the fall of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, the war in Bosnia and the conflict in Kosovo.
Rado, who was born in Budapest and emigrated to England when he was eight,also worked as Channel 4 News Moscow correspondent from 1991-92.
In June last year,Rado won an award for his report on the human cost of the atrocities committed in the Balkan wars.
On the eve On the Eve (Накануне in Russian) is the third novel by famous Russian writer Ivan Turgenev, best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. of the start of former Yugoslav president SlobodanMilosevic's war crimes tribunal,Rado travelled to Belgrade where he met some of the victims of war crimes.
He was announced as the winner of Amnesty International's UK Media Awardfor Television News at a ceremony in London on June 27, 2002.
He also received an Amnesty award in 1998 for a story about oppression of the Muslim minority, the Uighurs,in North-Western China, and in 1996 he shared the prize for his coverage in Srebrenicaand Bosnia.
In 1994, Rado was recognised for his skills in reporting in difficult situations at the Annual International Film and Television Festivalof New York New York, state, United States
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Rado studied at King's College Schoolin Wimbledon, south west London South West London could mean:
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He went on to read English at Christ's College, Cambridge,and started his journalistic career as a reporter on the Kentish Times in 1976.
He then moved to BBC BBC
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Radoleaves a wifeDesa, who he met on assignment in Serbia,and two children by his first wife,Carol.
Gaby Rado, journalist. Born Budapest, Died March 30, 2003