Andrea G. Cammarata

Italy

A dedicated reporter with a nose for the news, who has been a contributor to mainstream Italian journals as “La Repubblica” and “Il Fatto Quotidiano”. Former co-founder of “L’Indro.it” online magazine. Attentively monitoring community and citizen journalism gaining a reputation for impeccable ethics. Focus on topics as organized crime, human rights, French/Italian politics, Balkan’s facts, technology, health.
An adept storyteller who researches the news with deep preparation; he lived for six months in the Southern Balkan (2012), Serbia and Macedonia, writing about independence Kosovo’s enhancement, Roma people issues, international cooperation and Albanian minority. In 2014, he has reported from Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) and Cambodia (Siem Reap) for six months working on human rights facts, photography and Vietnamese/Cambodian social issues.

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06 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Italy must work hard to create 65th government in 72 years‎; 10:25:04, 06 Mar 2018 . . Andrea G. Cammarata (talk | contribs)‎‎ ( Comment -> Hy Lydia, that's great, I'll be online all the day and will try to contribute as .... )

05 March 2018

• (view) . . Comment: Italy must work hard to create 65th government in 72 years‎; 17:50:03, 05 Mar 2018 . . Andrea G. Cammarata (talk | contribs)‎‎ ( Comment -> The article is misleading. The party which obtained most votes is the M5S, follo .... )

23 January 2018

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  1. Hi, sorry guys, I know you are very busy at the moment. I was just wondering how is going the review with this article only to have the chance for keeping it as a news. I also mailed @Fiona meantime. Thanks

    1. Hola! You’ll want to be asking one of the editors on their profile talk with questions like this. So Peter Bale being the launch editor would be here – https://www.wikitribune.com/user/peter-bale/#read

      Give him a holler!

        1. Hi, sorry but I didn’t get any reply from Peter.

          1. Andrea, it needs a bit of work. Did you see a note on suggested changes from Steve Beatty?

            1. Hi thanks, sorry, but the comment from Steave didn’t show until today I guess. I’ve just proposed him through the Talks about what kind of particular changes would please the editor. Regards

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