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

Central African refugees welcomed in Maine

More than 220 asylum seekers are being hosted in the city of Portland, Maine, where locals hope the new faces will help create a better future for everyone.

Central African refugees welcomed in Maine

US & Canada

US Immigration sees increase in African asylum seekers

At last count, this emergency shelter at the border is also home to 223 asylum seekers from sub-Sahara Africa.

US Immigration sees increase in African asylum seekers

US & Canada

San Francisco bans cashless-only stores

In a new trend in the US, some stores are no longer accepting cash. But what if you don't have a debit or credit card?

San Francisco bans cashless-only stores

US & Canada

US Spelling Bee: First 8 contenders share victory

Nearly 600 kids under the age of 15 took part in annual contest for the best young spellers in the US.

US Spelling Bee: First 8 contenders share victory

US & Canada

Running to the top of the Empire State building

Runners from around the world do their best for charity at New York's most recognisable building

Running to the top of the Empire State building

US & Canada

Franky Cali killing brings back fears of mob violence in New York

The drive-by shooting has sparked fears of a return of mob violence of the past.

Franky Cali killing brings back fears of mob violence in New York

Asia Pacific

Justin Trudeau 'concerned' as China suspects Canadians of spying

Canada's prime minister is reportedly concerned about the arrests of former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor.

Justin Trudeau 'concerned' as China suspects Canadians of spying

US & Canada

2,000 US factory workers strike for fair pay and conditions

According to a local economist, manufacturing jobs in Erie, Pennsylvania, have almost halved in the last decade, reflecting an industry trend across the US.

2,000 US factory workers strike for fair pay and conditions

US & Canada

Where is Salvator Mundi, da Vinci's painting that sold for $450m?

The artwork that fetched a record-breaking price in 2017 has not been seen since.

Where is Salvator Mundi, da Vinci's painting that sold for $450m?

Latin America

Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro

Both sides are committed to entrenching themselves with countries that support them, rather than talks with the other side.

Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro

US & Canada

US federal workers fear government reopening is temporary

After President Trump announced the US government would reopen for three weeks, there was no one celebrating.

US federal workers fear government reopening is temporary

US & Canada

US federal workers set to miss second paycheque

US government workers in the US are losing out as the shutdown grinds on, unable to pay their bills.

US federal workers set to miss second paycheque