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

COVID-19 crisis has devastating effect on artists, performers

In the United States, museums have shut, theatres sit empty, and concerts and festivals have been cancelled.

COVID-19 crisis has devastating effect on artists, performers

US & Canada

US: Many still awaiting promised stimulus cheque

The number of unemployed people in the US rose by 1.4 million last week, up slightly on the week before, as some pandemic unemployment benefits are set to expire unless Congress renews them.

US: Many still awaiting promised stimulus cheque

US & Canada

Global COVID-19 cases could be 12 times higher than reported

More than half a million lives have been lost in the spread of the novel coronavirus around the world - but the death toll could be much higher according to an MIT study.

Global COVID-19 cases could be 12 times higher than reported

US & Canada

US protests: Researchers say no link to rise in COVID-19 cases

While the protests advanced the cause of social justice, they did not advance the spread of the pandemic.

US protests: Researchers say no link to rise in COVID-19 cases

US & Canada

Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court

Jeffrey Epstein's longtime friend Maxwell expected to appear in Brooklyn court via video conference on Tuesday.

Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court

US & Canada

Jeffrey Epstein case: Ghislaine Maxwell faces 35 years in prison

Dozens of alleged victims say Maxwell played a central role in recruiting and trafficking minors.

Jeffrey Epstein case: Ghislaine Maxwell faces 35 years in prison

US & Canada

NYC artists display BLM street art on boarded-up storefronts

Artists in New York are using boarded-up storefronts as canvases for works of art, uplifting messages and words of protest.

NYC artists display BLM street art on boarded-up storefronts

United States

New York City protest: Anger at mayor response as city opens up

New York City government employees turn on their boss, demanding the mayor take action over police violence, risking their livelihoods.

New York City protest: Anger at mayor response as city opens up

US & Canada

US mobile testing: Minorities have a harder time getting tested

A New Jersey doctor is trying to stop the spread of coronavirus, not from a clinic, but from the back of a van.

US mobile testing: Minorities have a harder time getting tested

US & Canada

US cops break ‘blue wall of silence’ for George Floyd’s death

Here is what law enforcement officials in the US are saying about the actions of the four officers involved in George Floyd's death.

US cops break ‘blue wall of silence’ for George Floyd’s death

US & Canada

New York's patron saint of PPE

Al Jazeera meets the woman who took it upon herself to fill the gap of much needed personal protective equipment in New York.

New York's patron saint of PPE

US & Canada

US small businesses: Innovating to survive virus slow down

Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy.

US small businesses: Innovating to survive virus slow down