Press Releases: 2006

Press releases issues by Al Jazeera English Press Office in 2006.

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    PRESS RELEASES:  2006


    13-12-2006: Al Jazeera English supports the Mohamed Amin Foundation

    30-11-2006: Al Jazeera announces line-up for tomorrows Asia Pacific programme: 101 East

    27-11-2006: Presenter Josh Rushing to air this week on Al Jazeera English

    24-11-2006: Al Jazeera announces line-up for today's Frost Over The World

    20-11-2006: World Exclusive News access to Myanmar for Al Jazeera English

    15-11-2006: Al Jazeera English Launches

    14-11-2006: Al Jazeera English - worldwide distribution unveiled ahead of launch

    12-11-2006: Al Jazeera English announces Frost over the World presented by Sir David Frost

    12-11-2006: Al Jazeera English announce daily discussion programme - Inside Story

    10-11-2006: Nazanine Moshiri joins Al Jazeera English as presenter and reporter

    08-11-2006: Al Jazeera English reveals line up of Doha news presenters

    08-11-2006: Al Jazeera English announce new strand: Inside Iraq



    31-10-2006: Al Jazeera English announces launch date


    30-10-2006: Al Jazeera English announces People and Power reporter Juliana Ruhfus


    29-10-2006: Al Jazeera English unveils Asia Pacific Programme: 101 East


    10-10-2006: Al Jazeera English announces international line up of Bureaux and Correspondents

    05-10-2006: Darren Jordon joins Al Jazeera English

    19-09-2006: AJE announces African line up

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