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Al-Jazeera International announces more presenters

Al-Jazeera International has announces the appointment of more presenters to its new channel which launches on Wednesday November 14.

Nazanine Moshiri, who previously worked as a presenter of ITV’s Morning News, joins the channel’s London broadcast Centre in Knightsbridge as a presenter and reporter.

The channel has also announced more appointments to its Doha team.

Maryam Newmazee formerly of Russia Today, So Rahman from Granada TV, Kamahl Santamaria formerly of Sky News Australia and Sami Zeidan previously of CNBC wil all work as presenters.

They join those already announced; Shiulie Ghosh and Lauren Taylor from ITV News, Darren Jordon from the BBC, David Foster from Sky News and Jane Dutton who used to work at BBC World.

Updated: Friday 10 November 2006
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