Gabriel Elizondo

Gabriel Elizondo

"Gabriel Elizondo, based in Sao Paulo, has over 16 years of journalism experience, starting his career as a newspaper journalist before migrating to television and the web.

He has produced several long-form documentaries from Latin America for Al Jazeera and has reported from virtually every corner of Brazil, with a specialty in Amazon rain forest and human rights issues. He reports for television and the web. He holds a bachelor's degree in international security and conflict resolution, and a master's degree in global finance and trade."

US & Canada

Trump adviser to UN: US is still leaving Paris climate agreement

Donald Trump says he is open to further discussions on the Paris climate accord, but maintains the agreement is unfair to his country.

Trump adviser to UN: US is still leaving Paris climate agreement

US & Canada

New York City's famous garment district faces relocation

New York Fashion Week has wrapped up with the usual glitz and glamour that makes it one of the world's premier industry events.

New York City's famous garment district faces relocation

US & Canada

Apple launches new high-end iPhone X

Apple unveiled a new line of products on Tuesday that has technology lovers buzzing. The iPhone X comes with new features and a hefty price tag of $1,000.

Apple launches new high-end iPhone X

Arts & Culture

New York City marks 16 years since 9/11 attacks

Memorial services held across the US to remember the thousands dead in the worst ever attack on US soil.

New York City marks 16 years since 9/11 attacks

US & Canada

Houston dries out while Beaumont is still suffering from Harvey

While many in the US city of Houston are drying out and starting to think about rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey, the situation in southeast Texas is very different.

Houston dries out while Beaumont is still suffering from Harvey

US & Canada

New York unveils first bridge in 50 years

Referred to as America's most ambitious modern-day building project, the first new bridge in New York in more than 50 years opens Saturday. The Tappan Zee also opens under budget and on time.

New York unveils first bridge in 50 years

US & Canada

Charlottesville: Residents feel sadness and anger

Charlottesville was named America's happiest city in 2014 but now people are struggling to come to terms with Saturday's violence and are questioning how it was allowed to happen.

Charlottesville: Residents feel sadness and anger

US & Canada

DNA experts identify 9/11 victim's remains nearly 16 years later

Almost 16 years on from the 9/11 attacks in the US, more than 1,000 victims still haven't been identified.

DNA experts identify 9/11 victim's remains nearly 16 years later

US & Canada

US: Anti-Muslim attacks on the rise

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) says the number of anti-Muslim attacks has risen sharply across the country.

US: Anti-Muslim attacks on the rise

US & Canada

US: Tourists gather for annual pony swimming event in Virginia

The herding of dozens of wild horses from one island to another is an old tradition in a remote part of the US state of Virginia.

US: Tourists gather for annual pony swimming event in Virginia

United States

Re-zoning plan threatens a historic New York park

Plan allows building of skyscrapers that would cast giant shadows over the park, making it another sunless dark spot in the city.

Re-zoning plan threatens a historic New York park

United States

New York City commuters face 'summer of hell'

Commuters in New York City are facing what officials are calling a 'summer of hell' as some of the tracks at Penn Station are preparing to close for long-overdue repairs.

New York City commuters face 'summer of hell'