Martin Woollacott

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Martin Woollacott Guardian proifile:

Foreign affairs journalist at The Guardian for almost 40 years. He has reported from the Far East, covering the last years of the Vietnam War, the Bangladesh war and the Indian Emergency; the Middle East, covering the Iranian revolution and the Israeli invasion of Lebanon; as well as reporting as a travelling senior correspondent from Iraq, Bosnia and Sierra Leone during the interventions in those countries. Although retired from the newspaper since 2004, Mr. Woollacott continues to write regular columns on international affairs. He is a member of the board of Institute for War & Peace Reporting since 1993.[1]


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  1. The Guardian Foreign Affairs Correspondent Martin Woollacott, (Accessed: 26 August 2007).