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"There were thousands of people on the streets. They were protesting Trump, not celebrating his arrival," the journalist said.
As we move into week one of a year when international news won't be "all bad, but much of it is," according to NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel's 2016 forecast, let's see what's in store closer to home.
During a Dec. 18, 2012, appearance on the "Today" show following their escape, Engel identified his captors as members of
NEW YORK -- NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel is re-reporting a key detail of his December 2012 kidnapping
So many war correspondents are similar to the many men and women in uniform, who work hard, do their jobs, and even perform acts of heroism, that you'll never hear about, and who never go around bragging, seeking recognition. Then, we have Bill O'Reilly.
“It sounded like the president was outlining a world that he wishes we were all living in but which is very different from
NBC's Richard Engel Takes Swipe At Obama's SOTU
"There's still a human resources guy in Iraq that's trying to find you," Meyers joked to laughter from the crowd. "Richard
An NBC News team was temporarily detained by pro-Russian militia in Crimea Thursday, the network reported. NBC News' Richard
From CNet: Business Insider) The NBC rep also noted that the report made it clear from the beginning that the taping was
Journalists have an insecurity complex. Dealing with mayors, senators and heads of countries, reporters are relative nobodies. Their job has no actual power and they can't wear rows of ribbons on their chest like a general.
NBC News is handing chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel his own production unit, which will produce both short-form
A group of about 15 armed men were fanning out around us. Three or four of them stood in the middle of the road blocking
At a certain point, the journalists were forced to make a video. "That was actually reassuring," Engel said. "At least they're
If there's any doubt that a journalist's first-hand vantage point can provide a deeper understanding of war-time life in Syria than what's uploaded on YouTube or aired on Syrian state media, one needs only to look at Wednesday's New York Times.
Ian Rivers, the last member of the NBC News' crew kidnapped in Syria, has finally been freed. Rivers was captured along with
NBC News president Steve Capus said in a statement Tuesday that Engel, 39, and his crew were freed unharmed after being taken
NBC News’ Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel and members of his network production team were freed from captors in
ABC News correspondents topped the list of reporters who got the most airtime in 2011, according to TV news analyst Andrew