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Headquartered in the heart of the Middle East, and with close to 70 news bureaus worldwide, Al Jazeera English tells the stories that other networks do not.

As the "Voice of the South", the channel covers under-reportede regions and events across the world through a spirit of journalism that is honest, courageous and distinctive.

Since our launch in 2006, the channel's news, online and programmes divisions have won numerous international TV awards.

We welcome applications from all nationalities and ethnicities, but you must be fluent in the English language.

Al Jazeera English is an equal opportunities employer.

Should you not receive a response within 30 days, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.

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