Andrew North is an award-winning British journalist and writer who has been covering Afghanistan since the American invasion in 2001. He was based in Kabul for the BBC for many years, and most recently has been reporting on the Taliban’s return to power for a wide range of international publications. His work has appeared in The Economist, Politico, Tortoise, The Guardian, The Independent and The Village Voice among others.
Andrew has also reported widely from across Asia and the Middle East, spending several years based in Baghdad as the BBC’s resident correspondent. From 2011 to 2014, he served as the BBC’s South Asia correspondent, based in Delhi. He was nominated for the RTS Foreign Reporter of the Year award for his coverage of the 2008 Georgia-Russia war for the BBC. Other recognition for his work includes a New York Press award for his reporting on the impact of former President Trump’s ‘Muslim’ immigration ban. Andrew's artistic reportage work was also recognised with a Webby nomination for a multi-media web story covering the transition from communism to democracy in post-Soviet Georgia.
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