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Will Jordan

Will Jordan is a Doha-based Investigative Producer.

Broken Dreams: The Boeing 787 was his first project as a reporter for the Investigative Unit.

Will has worked on many of the network's major exclusives, leading the release of Pakistan's Bin Laden Dossier and producing Killing Arafat, which investigated the cause of death of the late Palestinian leader.

He also helped produce The Palestine Papers, which revealed more than 1,500 documents charting the Arab-Israeli peace process.

He is from the United Kingdom and has previously worked for Channel 4 News at ITN and the BBC.

Investigative

Exclusive: Maldives president's corruption revealed

Al Jazeera investigation exposes a $1.5bn money-laundering plot, bribery, theft and fraud in paradise.

Investigative

Stealing Paradise: The Maagau Mystery

Audit suspected corruption after finding a $2.5m payment from Italian tycoon to a company linked to tourism minister.

Investigative

Maldives: How do you launder $1.5 billion?

Al Jazeera reveals how the Maldives government "controls all the levers of state" and uses them for nefarious purposes.

Investigative

Maldives: 'The system has failed'

Evidence of the extensive network of political corruption exposes a much deeper problem in the island nation.

Investigative

Delivering stolen money to the Maldives president

The three "bros" were tasked with delivering millions of dollars in cash to the president - and they are now on the run.

Investigative

Maldives: A timeline to corruption

The politics of the Maldives has been turbulent, with government leaders implicated in corrupt deals.

Investigative

For a climate hero, an a-la-carte terror sentence

The President of the Maldives hand-picked the terror sentence of his predecessor, Mohamed Nasheed, evidence suggests.

Investigative

Boeing stymied staff from talking to regulators

Aviation giant made engineers sign non-disclosure deals, leading to refusals to talk to the FAA and an official probe.

Investigative

Flawed FAA redactions expose Boeing 787 whistleblower

Engineer complained about Boeing's lightning-strike protection on the Dreamliner warning it could be "lethal".

Investigative

FAA tries 'driving a stake' through reporter's heart

The long battle for information from America's aviation regulator.

Investigative

US regulators complain of 'undue pressure' from Boeing

Federal Aviation Authority engineers say they faced "verbal abuse" after raising technical issues about the Boeing 787.

Europe

Exclusive: UK under pressure over Kenya kidnapping

Secret MI6 document suggests British government failed to communicate a threat and later ignored an unjust conviction.