Gavin Hewitt is a special correspondent for BBC News.
Gavin became a special correspondent for BBC News at the beginning of 2000. He has covered the September 11 terror attacks and the Bali bombing for the BBC’s Ten O’Clock News and in early 2003 he reported from Kuwait on the build up of American forces there. On several occasions he has worked as the BBC’s Washington correspondent.
Prior to his work at the BBC, Gavin lived in Canada and worked as a correspondent for Canadian television.
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