Correspondent covering Latin America, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, human rights, poverty, globalization and economics Education: Florida International University, BA in communications Anthony Faiola is The Washington Post's South America/Caribbean bureau chief. Faiola joined The Post in 1994 and has reported for the paper from more than 40 countries on six continents and served as bureau chief in Tokyo, Buenos Aires, New York, London and Berlin. From Washington, he has also covered global economics and the U.S. financial crisis. Faiola graduated from Florida International University in 1990 and began his journalism career at the Miami Herald. Honors & Awards:
Winner, National Press Foundation’s Innovative Storytelling Award
Winner, Cine Award
Finalist, Overseas Press Award
Winner, Maryland-DC-Virginia Press Association Award
La alguna vez poderosa industria petrolera de Venezuela se está derrumbando. Tuberías averiadas, buques cisternas oxidados y refinerías destartaladas están contribuyendo a un desastre ecológico cada vez mayor.