Alphonso Van Marsh is joining CBS News as a correspondent for News Services, the newsgathering service for CBS stations and broadcasters around the world. London-based Van Marsh spent a decade reporting for CNN, where his assignments took him around the world. Marsh broke the story of Saddam Hussein’s capture in Iraq, earning him a 2004 National Headliner Award. After leaving CNN, Marsh was freelance correspondent in Cairo for NBC News. The California-Berkeley and Medill Graduate School alum began his broadcasting career in 1994 as a Correspondent for Medill News Service in Washington.
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