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Clive Myrie
Clive Myrie
BBC correspondent

Clive Myrie is the BBC's Paris Correspondent. He has previously the BBC's Washington correspondent.

He first joined the BBC in 1987 as a trainee local radio reporter.

Between 1988 to 1994 he worked as a reporter for BBC Radio Bristol, Independent Radio News, BBC Television News West and BBC Television and Radio News in London.

In 1994 he was a news correspondent for BBC Television and Radio, and later became the BBC's Tokyo correspondent, before being appointed as the BBC's Los Angeles correspondent from 1997 to 1999.

He was appointed as the BBC's Asia Correspondent in 2002.

During his career he has covered major stories such as the impeachment of President Clinton, the war in Kosovo, the Mozambique floods, the Palestinian uprising and the fall of the Taleban in Afghanistan.

He has received a number of nominations for his work, including being part of the Bafta nominated team behind the BBC News coverage of the Mozambique floods and the Bayeaux War Correspondent Award for his reporting of ethnic violence on the island of Borneo.

He graduated from the University of Sussex in 1985 with a degree in Law.


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