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  1. GABY RADO: The murders and the subsequent cover-up were the subject of a report on Monday night's Channel 4 news. (Web site)
  2. GABY RADO: What that change would eventually lead to for the people of Europe is still far from clear, even ten years on. (Web site)
  3. GABY RADO: The first some former East Berliners became aware of the news is when a western relative turned up at their doorstep. (Web site)
  4. GABY RADO: The prosecution ended its opening statement by detailing a number of atrocities committed against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. (Web site)
  5. Whenever you heard the name "Gaby Rado", you knew a quality report was coming up.

Gaby Rado

  1. Gaby Rado's first marriage to Carol Watson was dissolved.
  2. Gaby Rado will be remembered with gratitude, respect and affection.
  3. Gaby Rado epitomised everything that is so good in news reporting, and will surely be a very sad loss to his colleagues and profession.
  4. Yours sincerely, Roz Stevens We have watched and admired Gaby Rado's courageous, sensitive, articulate reporting from limitless fields of war.
  5. Gaby Rado has made a significant difference; he conveyed his experience of the truth, and that of others, with sensitivity, insight, integrity and courage.

Channel News

  1. Channel 4 News reporter Gaby Rado has died, after falling from the roof of his hotel. (Web site)
  2. Gaby Rado joined ITN in 1985 as a writer on the news on ITV, before moving to Channel 4 News as a reporter in 1988. (Web site)
  3. Gaby Rado, 48, served as Channel 4 News Moscow correspondent from 1991 to 1992 and he also reported widely on European Community affairs. (Web site)

My Condolences

  1. I wanted to say how saddened I was to hear of Gaby Rado's death and to extend my condolences to family, friends and colleagues.
  2. I am writing to offer my condolences to Gaby Rado's family and all those who worked with him at Channel 4 News.

Send My

  1. Our love and our sympathy, Magda and Tom Bondy Scottsdale, Arizona I grieve with all Channel 4 journalists at the death of Gaby Rado.
  2. On the occasion of Gaby Rado's death, I would like to send my condolences to his family and the news team at Channel 4.
  3. Best wishes, Susanna Di Feliciantonio I just wanted to send my condolences to Gaby Rado's family and too all of you at Channel 4 for this devastating loss.
  4. My deepest sympathy at the loss of Gaby Rado.I've always found his desire to get to the heart of the matter whatever the assignment almost unique.

Independent Television

  1. I have just heard on the news that Gaby Rado has died.
  2. Our coverage begins with this report on the reaction to the agreement by Gaby Rado of Independent Television News. (Web site)

Tragic Death

  1. I was shocked and saddened to hear of Gaby Rado's tragic death in Iraq.
  2. I want to offer my condolences to you all on the occasion of Gaby Rado's tragic death.
  3. The members of the Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro are deeply saddened to hear of the tragic death of the outstanding journalist gaby Rado.


  1. I'm deeply saddened by the loss of Gaby Rado.
  2. I am extremely sad to hear the news of the death of Gaby Rado.
  3. Please convey my sadness at the news of the death of Gaby Rado.
  4. I admired Gaby Rado’s reports, and found him an attractive journalist to watch and listen to. (Web site)
  5. Gaby Rado represented all that is best in international journalism - he was consistently articulate, emphathetic and informed.


  1. Gaby Rado, correspondent for Britain's Channel 4 TV, fell to his death March 30, 2003 from the roof of his hotel in Sulaymania in northern Iraq. (Web site)
  2. Gaby Rado, ITN journalist, in northern Iraq from mysterious fall from roof Terry Lloyd, ITN journalist in southern Iraq--- friendly fire.
  3. Gaby Rado ( 1955, Budapest --- 30 March 2003, Sulaymaniyah) was a British television journalist who died in Iraq during the 2003 invasion.

Just Wanted

  1. We just wanted to say how sad we are to hear of Gaby Rado's death.
  2. Just wanted to express my shock and great sadness at the death of Gaby Rado.

Found Dead

  1. Gaby Rado reports on the conflict in Afghanistan. (Web site)
  2. Channel 4 News foreign affairs correspondent Gaby Rado has been found dead.
  3. I've just been told that Gaby Rado has been found dead and I'd like to send my deepest condolences to his family and everyone at Channel 4 News.

Just Like

  1. GABY RADO : This trial always promised surprises and a clashes of wills between Slobodan Milosevic and the judges, and so it turned out. (Web site)
  2. I would just like to say that I am terribly sorry to hear about Gaby Rado's tragic death earlier today.
  3. I would just like to add my condolences to the many other tributes made by Channel 4 News viewers since the death of Gaby Rado.


  1. Deeply saddened by news of Gaby Rado's death.
  2. The news of the death of Gaby Rado was deeply shocking.
  3. I am sad and shocked to hear of the untimely death of Gaby Rado.
  4. Solemn regards, John Swire We were shocked and saddened to hear today of Gaby Rado's death.
  5. Allow me to say how saddened I was yesterday to hear Jon Snow speak about Gaby Rado's untimely death.


  1. It was with great regret that I have read the news of you correspondent Gaby Rado's Death.
  2. Gaby Rado, who died yesterday in Northern Iraq, was a rare kind of foreign correspondent.
  3. March 30: Gaby Rado, 48, foreign correspondent for "Channel 4 News", London, UK, was found dead at a hotel in Suleimaniya, northern Iraq.

Would Like

  1. I would like to offer my condolences to the family and colleagues of Gaby Rado.
  2. I would like to extend my sincere condolences to all those who knew and worked with Gaby Rado, as well as to his family.


  1. I am very saddened by the death of Gaby Rado.
  2. I was very upset to hear of Gaby Rado's death.
  3. I am totally distraught by the death of Gaby Rado.
  4. I am deeply shocked when I learned Gaby Rado's death this morning.
  5. I am still trying to come to terms with the loss of Gaby Rado.


  1. Gaby Rado reports on the 10-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. (Web site)
  2. Could you show again the time when Gaby Rado took us to his 'home' in Hungary, sometime after the Wall fell.
  3. GABY RADO, ITN: People old enough to remember the fear and the heartbreak of the wall gathered at what became known as the Death Strip at Bernara Strasse. (Web site)
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