DOCUMENTÁRIO - OS CHINESES EM ANGOLA JANEIRO 2009
Reportagem de MarianaVanZeller
Mariana grew up in Portugal and moved to New York in August 2001 to study at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
A month later, she was reporting back to Europe on the events of 9/11. In 2003, Mariana moved to Damascus, Syria where she went undercover to report on Syrian mujahideen crossing into Iraq to fight against the US invasion.
Mariana has since camped out in the Amazon jungle to cover the conflict between Brazil's Indians and miners over South America's largest diamond mine, rode the “Death Train” to report on the desperate risks Central American migrants take to reach the US and snuck into the swamps of Nigeria to meet with militants fighting for control of the country's oil wealth.
Her work has appeared on PBS's Frontline/World, Channel 4 (UK) and now exclusively on Current TV. She speaks English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French.