"As every reporter knows, being in the right place at the right time is part of a journalist’s skill set. And “Doro” or “Mando,” as he is either called by colleagues and acquaintances, had just arrived in Paris from New York on Nov. 10, 1970 to cover the Vietnam peace talks, only to be met with the headline on El Figaro: “De Gaulle est mort.” Indeed, in his illustrious career he has shown an uncanny knack for showing up at historical crossroads and the mettle not just to cover events but also put them in social, political and historical context. >> read the entire article
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