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Legendary American news anchor Barbara Walters has died. Walters gained notoriety for his exclusive and often difficult conversations with heads of state, royalty and showbiz celebrities.

Popular American television journalist Barbara Walters has died. The television icon, known for her talk show neutrality and interviews with startling personalities, has died at the age of 93, US media reported, citing her spokeswoman Cindy Berger. Passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family.

After more than half a century on television, the longtime host of ABC News talk show The View retired in 2014.

Often difficult interviews

Her television career began in 1961 on the “Tonight Show,” and in 1976 Walters became the first news anchor on American television evening programs. Through his successes, he paved the way for television reporters and news anchors around the world.

Her interviews with celebrities such as Fidel Castro, Vladimir Putin, Michael Jackson, Monica Lewinsky and Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad, whom she called a “dictator and tyrant” in 2013 and blamed for violence against children, have drawn particular attention. . According to her broadcaster, Walters has interviewed every US president and first lady since Richard Nixon.

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