CNN correspondent Atika Shubert, has covered matters of international attention.
The interview was just before his impeachment. In addition to that, she has also covered stories out of Philippines and Singapore which includes an interview with the former President of Philippines Josef Estrada in the midst of his corruption trial. Later, in 2004, Shubert was transferred to position of Tokyo correspondent.
During her tenure in Tokyo, she covered a number of main news stories from Japan which includes the controversial deployment of Self-Defense Forces of Japan, the verdict of the Shoko Asahara and the situation of Japanese hostage in Iraq. Prior to that, Shubert was one among the first CNN correspondents who reported live from Aceh, Indonesia on 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake that resulted in tsunami.
Atika Shubert's parents seem to have taught her to never be scared as she does not hesitate to go to any location when it comes to her work.
In the year 2006, Shubert reported on nuclear tensions in Korea Peninsula after the North Korea tested nuclear weapons. She has also interviewed newly elected Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in 2006. Since 2008, Shubert was based on London bureau.
Previous to that, she was serving as a reporter in Jerusalem where she reported on Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In addition to that, she also got involved in reporting of 2011 England riots. Shubert has her biggest news feature when she was announced to be the lead reporter of CNN on “Wikileaks” scandal. Prior to CNN, Shubert has worked for The Washington Post and The New Zealand Herald as a correspondent.
Atika Shubert has not yet disclosed if she has a husband or not but we do have some evidence that she is married.
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