Clarissa Ward is a multi-award winning senior international correspondent for CNN. Ward has been recognized for her reporting across the globe including four Emmy Awards, Peabody, DuPont, Murrow and a Royal Television Society award for CNN’s coverage of the attacks in Paris. Ward has covered the 2011 Tsunami in Japan for ABC news, the war in Afghanistan, Ward and her team braved sniper-fire and aerial bombardments in the Syrian city of Aleppo. On August 8, 2016, she spoke to the United Nations regarding the situation in Syria based on her 10+ years’ experience of being a war correspondent.
On Monday Clarissa Ward will join Going Deep with Billy Harfosh to discuss her latest report on the conflict and famine in Yemen. Over 3 million people have been forced to leave their homes in 2017 and are now living in camps under inhumane conditions. Clarissa Ward’s report has helped to shed some light on the crisis in Yemen and has gained attention from people all over the world, including United States President Donald Trump. Ward joins Billy Harfosh on Barcelona City FM 107.3 at 4pm