Daniele Pagani is a journalist based in Amman, Jordan. He has a decade experience in writing, shooting, on camera pieces, video editing, packaging and reporting in area of crisis and conflict zones.
A piece I wrote on the Rohingya refugees in Delhi and the terrible journey they were forced to undertake.
A report from one of the many pipelines in Iraq from where Islamic State militants stole oil for commercial and conflict purposes. Shot on: Canon XA35, no cameraperson.
Exclusive interview with Maj. Gen. Najim al Jubouri, commander of the Niniveh Operations, on the offensive to retake Mosul. Shot on: Canon XA35, one cameraperson.
A visit to a hospital in Makhmur, in Iraqi Kurdistan, before the beginning of the Mosul offensive. Doctors feared they were not ready to treat the potential large amount of injured coming from the imminent offensive.
A 30 minutes show shot in and around Mosul on the fate of 39 Indian workers kidnapped by the Islamic State. Shot on: Canon XA35, one cameraperson.
Reports and lives from a deployment to Iraq while trying to find out where 39 Indian workers might have ended after being kidnapped by Daesh militants. Shot on: Canon XA36, one cameraperson.
An interview with His Excellency Juan Carlos Varela Rodriguez, the President of Panama. Shot on: two Canon mark 4, one cameraperson.
A report from the Mine Detection Centre in Kabul during my month-long deployment in Afghanistan. Despite Afghans have been successful in de-mining large swathes of their country, landmines keep posing a challenge. Shot on: Canon XA35, no cameraperson.