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Last Updated: Thursday, 21 October, 2004, 11:02 GMT 12:02 UK
Tristana Moore
Tristana Moore
BBC Berlin correspondent

Tristana Moore joined the BBC as the Berlin television correspondent in June 2002.

Prior to this, she worked at ITN and Channel 4 News, reporting from Afghanistan and Pakistan after the events of September 11.

Since then Tristana has reported on a wide range of German stories, from the political problems of the Schroeder government to the cultural scene in Germany.

She has reported for BBC Two's Newsnight about Neo-Nazi groups in Munich and the trial in Hamburg of Munir El Motassadeq, the first person to be tried and convicted on September 11 related charges.

Tristana has also covered European events from further afield, including the European Union enlargement celebrations in Zittau, the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, the Dutch abortion ship in Poland and the sex scandal in the Austrian Catholic Church.

She has completed two stints as a BBC correspondent in Baghdad, in May 2003 and December 2003 and reported on the bombings in Casablanca in 2003.

Tristana was born in Spain in 1972 and graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History and Spanish.

She speaks Spanish and German fluently.


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