Mike Shuster, who covered the world for NPR for three decades, has died at 76


Mike Shuster, an award-winning foreign and diplomatic correspondent for National Public Radio, died Monday, Nov. 6. During more than three decades as a reporter and an editor, his work spanned the world and made him an eyewitness to some of the most momentous events in modern history.

Shuster died at home in Southern California of complications from Parkinson's disease, his family said. He was 76.

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