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.
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Investigative07 Sep 2016 14:04 GMT
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Investigative14 Jun 2016 14:25 GMT
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