(Spain, 1976) He has been a correspondent in Latin America for more than 20 years, 12 of them for El Mundo newspaper. Between 2014 and 2016 he was a correspondent for the US agency The Associated Press in Colombia and the Andes, and since 2017 has worked for El País in Mexico and Central America. He has covered more than 30 elections on the continent, two coups d’état, and many natural disasters, including the Haiti earthquake and the recent hurricanes in Central America. In the Middle East, he was sent to cover the Afghanistan war in 2001, the war in Syria and Libya and recently, the war in Ukraine. In 2014 he reported on the political upheavals in Egypt and the beginnings of the wars in Syria and Libya. He has published in Clarín (Argentina), Soho (Colombia), El Universal (México), CNN and La Tercera (Chile), and his reports on the end of the war in Colombia have been published in The New York Times and The Washington Post. He has been editor of the 2017 and 2021 Gabo Prize. First True Story Award 2022 for best article. He teaches Latin American Current Affairs workshops at the El País School of Journalism.