Charles M. Sennott is the European Bureau Chief of the Boston Globe. Through sixteen years as a journalist he has covered the Persian Gulf War, the civil conflict in Northern Ireland, wars in Latin America and Afghanistan, the World Trade centre bombing, and the standoff at Waco. In 1998 George Magazine named Sennott one of the top ten journalists in America Boston Magazine has named him the best reporter in Boston. A Massachusetts native, Sennott and his family live in London.
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