BBC News correspondent Brian Barron has died from cancer at the age of 69. He joined the corporation in 1965, and in a distinguished career covered conflicts including the Vietnam War and the invasions of Iraq.
Covering the Vietnam war, Brian Barron witnessed the fall of Saigon and waited behind as the last helicopter left the roof of the US Embassy. Here he interviews a Vietnamese soldier in September 1974.
As Africa correspondent between 1977 and 1981, Brian Barron reported on the overthrow of Idi Amin. He interviewed the dictator in 1980 after tracking him down to Saudi Arabia.
Brian Barron went on to cover the Falklands conflict from Chile in 1982, the Gulf War in 1991, and the Iraq invasion of 2003. Here he is pictured in Kuwait City after the ceasefire in 1991.
Brian Barron was abroad the USS Enterprise at the start of Afghanistan bombing mission in 2001. Along the way, he was RTS Reporter of the Year and won the International Reporting Prize for coverage of Latin America.
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