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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."

United States

New law helps Dreamers go to college in New Jersey

New Jersey becomes the 10th state to offer financial aid to undocumented immigrants and beneficiaries of DACA - the programme that President Trump has threatened to cancel entirely.

New law helps Dreamers go to college in New Jersey

US & Canada

California wildfires cause air quality to hit dangerous levels

While flames are extinguished in an area close to city of Redding, lingering smoke has left air quality at dangerously high levels.

California wildfires cause air quality to hit dangerous levels

US & Canada

California fire: 17 major cities burning in the state

California is now facing 17 major fires, covering a combined 80,940 hectares across the state, as wildfires continue to scorch large swaths of land, wreaking record levels of destruction.

California fire: 17 major cities burning in the state

United States

US-EU trade: Trump celebrates 'new deal' with EU

The trade deal is light on details thus far, but appears to avoid a trade war between the United States and Europe.

US-EU trade: Trump celebrates 'new deal' with EU

US & Canada

US civil rights icon Rosa Parks' home is up for auction

Other rare historic African-American artefacts up for auction include Jackson 5's original recording contract, and several chapters of original typed manuscript for Malcolm X's biography.

US civil rights icon Rosa Parks' home is up for auction

US & Canada

Trump administration restricts asylum criteria in the US

Teenagers Juan and Ana entered the US without documents, fleeing violence directed at their indigenous roots in Guatemala, but new "zero-tolerance" rules could scupper their asylum claim.

Trump administration restricts asylum criteria in the US

Latin America

Haiti government faces no-confidence vote amid violent protests

The streets of Port-au-Prince are calmer now, but Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant faces a vote of no confidence in Parliament.

Haiti government faces no-confidence vote amid violent protests

Latin America

Haitians plan protests despite govt scrapping fuel price hike

The International Monetary Fund has recommended Haiti raise fuel prices by up to 50 percent.

Haitians plan protests despite govt scrapping fuel price hike

Latin America

Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM's resignation

A vote of confidence has been scheduled in the parliament for Saturday, but there is intense pressure on the prime minister to step down before then.

Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM's resignation

Latin America

Haiti protesters call for President Moise to step down

The recent price hike - which has been scrapped - was the last straw for Haitians who have been struggling with poverty for years.

Haiti protesters call for President Moise to step down

US-Mexico border

Separated at the border: 'My son wants to know when I'll get him'

A Brazilian asylum seeker fights to be reunited with her nine-year-old son after being separated when entering the US.

Separated at the border: 'My son wants to know when I'll get him'

US & Canada

US: More than 2,000 migrant children still separated from parents

Officials do not have a clear plan to reunite separated family members after President Donald Trump ended the policy last month.

US: More than 2,000 migrant children still separated from parents