Press Releases: 2007

Press releases issues by Al Jazeera English Press Office in 2007.

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    PRESS RELEASES


    13-08-2007: Release: Blood, Sweat and Tears, the agony of labourers in the Gulf, revealed by AJE

    23-07-2007: Release: AJE exclusive interview with Red Mosque leader Abdul Rashid Ghazi.

    04-07-2007: Exclusive interview: Sheikh Saleh Dughmush airs today Witness: 'Hostage In Gaza'.

    15-06-2007: Al Jazeera English wins more creative awards

    07-06-2007: Crossroads Europe - A new four part series presented by Elizabeth Filippouli

    31-05-2007: Al Jazeera English to go live on DStv channel 62 on 31 May

    16-04-2007: Al Jazeera English to become available on YouTube

    09-04-2007: Al Jazeera English announces carriage deal with Digiturk

    28-03-2007: King without a country: Exclusive interview with former King Constatine of Greece

    29-03-2007: Al Jazeera English wins Creative Awards

    15-03-2007: Samah El Shahat joins Al Jazeera English

    14-03-2007: Al Jazeera exclusive: Sexual harassment in US Military today

    22-02-2007: Dr Jose Ramos Horta tells Al Jazeera English he plans to run for presidency

    13-02-2007: Children of Conflict - Al Jazeera English airs a new four part series

    06-02-2007: Veronica Pedrosa interviews former Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra

    14-01-2007: Laurence Lee joins Al Jazeera English as London's Correspondent

    12-01-2007: Sir David Frost interviewing Hussein Aided, the Deputy Prime Minister of Somalia

    12-01-2007: Al Jazeera announces Ibrahim Anwar on 101 East

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