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Teymoor Nabili

Presenter and Correspondent

Teymoor Nabili is an award-winning news presenter and correspondent based at Al Jazeera headquarters in Doha.

He was named winner of the Best News Presenter/Anchor award at the Asian TV Awards in 2005. In addition, Teymoor has received awards from the British Royal Television Society for his coverage of the Utah Olympics bribery scandal, and from the New York Awards for reporting on economic development in Malaysia.

Follow him on Twitter: @teymoornabili

Latest posts

Most observers and analysts are still marking the events in Egypt as a victory for protestors, but some say democracy has already lost.

Last Modified: 3 Feb 2011 09:38

After days of furiously shooting the messenger, (in truth, simply making public a privately held belief), the Palestinian Authority may finally be seeing the real value of the Palestinian Papers.

Last Modified: 27 Jan 2011 08:48

<P>Most of the media, unsurprisingly, blames Iran alone for the failure of the weekend's nuclear talks in Istanbul. But there's one very significant item of information that&nbsp; almost no-one has bothered to report.</P>

Last Modified: 23 Jan 2011 16:55

<P>Less than two months after Hillary Clinton described the leak of US diplomatic cables as "threatening our national security," internal US government reviews have determined that the&nbsp;leak&nbsp;caused only "limited damage" to&nbsp;Washington's interests abroad.</P>

Last Modified: 19 Jan 2011 09:20