Kate Adie — British Journalist born on September 19, 1945,

Kathryn "Kate" Adie /ˈeɪdi/, OBE DL, is an English journalist. Her most high-profile role was that of chief news correspondent for BBC News, during which time she became well known for reporting from war zones around the world. She currently presents From Our Own Correspondent on BBC Radio 4... (wikipedia)

My job is to get to the heart of a story, to find out what's really going on; to get it verified and, then, to get it out to as many people as possible as fast as.
I keep telling myself to calm down, to take less of an interest in things and not to get so excited, but I still care a lot about liberty, freedom of speech and expression, and fairness in journalism.
But in the first Gulf war the United Kingdom was not under any threat from Iraq, and is still less so in the second one. Then there is no justification for obstructing freedom of information, particularly as nations have a right to know what their soldiers are being used for.
War zones are dangerous, protests can be violent, also, natural disasters are difficult to cover, so there are going to be risks.
I have nothing to do with the selection of stories. I'm the reporter.

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