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Brian Hanrahan was a former BBC Diplomatic Correspondent.

Brian also occasionally presented The World on BBC Four and BBC World, and special programmes on big news events across the world.

Brian was the BBC correspondent during the Falklands war.

Brian Hanrahan died in December 2010 after a short battle against cancer.

Here are a range of tributes paid to Brian Hanrahan following his death. “Writing for television news is about what you leave out. It’s about crisp, spare, tight sentences that nudge along the picture and that is what Brian was brilliant at. He knew his…

BBC News correspondent Brian Hanrahan has died at the age of 61. Hanrahan, a former diplomatic and foreign correspondent, died after a short battle against cancer. Brian will be best remembered for the line: “I counted them all out and I counted them all back,”…

On Saturday December 30 2006, the former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein was executed by hanging. News networks across the world covered the story in-depth 1000 (Saturday December 30) BBC News 24 Clive Myrie anchors BBC News 24 live from Baghdad following Saddam’s execution [singlepic=10021] [singlepic=10022]…

CHRISTOPHER MORRIS, one of Britain’s leading freelance journalists and broadcasters of the past six decades, is bowing out after a remarkable career reporting from more than 120 countries including 16 wars since the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus where he nearly lost his life in…