David Beriain – Wikipedia



David Beriáin Amatriáin (1977 – 27 April 2021) was a Spanish journalist, producer, and documentaries anchor,[1] who specialised in armed conflicts, violence, and immersion journalism.



Biography[edit]

He graduated in Data Sciences from the University of Navarra. Throughout his skilled profession he interviewed members of the Taliban, FARC guerrillas, members of drug cartels, and hitmen. He turned recognized for presenting and directing the cycle 'Clandestino', which aired on Discovery Max. Beriain labored for La Voz de Galicia, (Worldwide part), from March 2001 to July 2007.[2] He was a particular envoy for this newspaper within the second battle in Iraq and the battle in Afghanistan. the place he lined the Spanish contingent within the metropolis of Herat and the city of Qala e Naw. As a battle correspondent he lined conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Congo, and Libya. He was one of many few reporters on the earth who managed to enter the FARC camps. He additionally directed the stories Afghanistan, Spanish within the mousetrap; in Congo, violated land; The guardians of Chávez and Child Sicarios. As a reporter he labored in different media such because the Argentine newspaper El Liberal and the free DNA. On tv, he was a part of the crew of reporters for the REC program broadcast by Cuatro.

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