- Richard Engel is an American journalist and author who is NBC News' chief foreign correspondent
|Born:||16 September 1973 Comment |
|How old is Richard Engel in 2021? / Age: ||48 years
Richard Engel facts
- He was assigned to that position on April 18, 2008, after being the network's Middle East correspondent and Beirut Bureau chief
- Engel was the first broadcast journalist recipient of the Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism for his report "War Zone Diary"
- Prior to joining NBC News in May 2003, he covered the start of the 2003 war in Iraq from Baghdad for ABC News as a freelance journalist
- He speaks and reads Arabic fluently and is also fluent in Italian and Spanish
- Engel wrote the book A Fist in the Hornet's Nest, published in 2004, about his experience covering the Iraq War from Baghdad
- His newest book, War Journal: My Five Years in Iraq, published in June 2008, picks up where his last book left off
- Engel is known for having covered the Iraq War, the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war
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