Keith Miller (journalist)
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Miller began his career with NBC in 1977 as radio correspondent and foreign news editor covering the Middle East, Europe, and Africa from 1977–1978. In 1979 he went to Paris, He has been Rome Bureau chief and a correspondent based there from 1980–1986 covering Pope John Paul II, In 1986 he went to be Hong Kong bureau correspondent covering Asia. In his nearly 40-year career with NBC News He has covered many wars in the Middle East, Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan, terrorist attacks in Italy, the famine in Africa, Nelson Mandela's presidency and imprisonment in South Africa, and the Tiananmen Square massacre and protests in Beijing.