Carlota Torres Lliró is a multilingual journalist based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Experience in print and radio journalism, in both breaking news and more in-depth stories. Available for print and radio stories about Vietnam and neighboring countries, as well as to help scouting if you send your reporter to Hanoi.
Crime and police reporting. Article about the investigation of an extremely violent attack and torture to a man in the Canary Islands.
Music and culture. Article about Anni B Sweet's concert in Arrecife.
International politics. Report about the power struggles within the Chinese Communist Party on the eve of its XVIII congress for the Mexican newspaper 'La Crónica'.
Court reporting. Article on the court's embargo to several former public servants as part of one of the largest corruption cases in the Canary Islands.
Coverage of the Spanish former Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's visit to Lanzarote to back the Socialist Party campaign on the island.
Article on the arrest of a Spanish woman for allegedly contributing to the radicalization and recruitment of young girls for ISIS with the final aim of sending them to Syria.
The manager of a public company's first words to the press after being arrested and freed with charges in a national investigation for alleged embezzlement and fraud. Scoop.
Article about the Saharaui activist Aminetu Haidar's first visit to Lanzarote after the long hunger strike she carried out there, in order to denounce Morocco's actions towards the Western Sahara.
Chronicle of the electoral night at the headquarters of the Popular Party in Lanzarote (Spain), general election June 2016