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Fatima Manji

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Fatima Manji is a reporter for Channel 4 News
Fatima Manji is a reporter for Channel 4 News

Fatima Manji is a General Reporter. Fatima joined the programme in January 2012 and since then has worked on a variety of stories including the NatWest banking problems, Apple unwittingly encouraging phone theft and returning to her own school to look at job prospects for school leavers.

Before this Fatima was a reporter, presenter and video journalist for the BBC in the East of England, where she investigated stories including exploitative landlords and hate crime against migrants.

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video 18 April 2014 UK, Syria

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Teenage British Jihadi killed in Syria - video

The father of an 18-year-old Briton killed in Syria reveals that his two other sons are also there. Abubaker Deghayes tells Channel 4 News they went without the family's blessing.

video 15 April 2014 UK

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Long working hours producing 'ghost' children - video

A survey of teachers suggests that some parents are working such long hours, children as young as four are spending 10 hours at school each day, producing "ghost" children. Fatima Manji reports.

video 03 April 2014 UK, Mauritius

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Yashika not part of family unit, Home Office says - video

Yashika Bageerathi, 19, is back in Mauritius after her deportation. Now, documents seen by Channel 4 News reveal why the Home Office insisted on sending her there.

article 30 March 2014 UK
News
'I hate being here' - Yashika's plea from Yarl's Wood

Yashika Bageerathi will not be deported from Britain yet as her lawyers launch a last-ditch legal bid to stop her removal from the country.

article 28 March 2014 World, United States
Saudi princesses Sahar and Jawaher
Exclusive: 'locked-up' Saudi princesses' message for Obama

"He should be ashamed to meet a leader that has four grown women locked up" - the message from two Saudi princesses to President Obama as he meets with their father, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

article 24 March 2014 World, Saudi Arabia
New footage from royal compound where Saudi princesses 'trapped'
New footage emerges of 'trapped' Saudi princesses

Channel 4 News obtains new footage from inside the royal compound in Jeddah where four Saudi princesses say they are being held against their will by their father, the king.

article 10 March 2014 Saudi Arabia
Exclusive: in her first television interview, the former wife of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia claims her four daughters have suffered years trapped in the royal compound in Jeddah.
'They are hanging to life' - Saudi king's ex-wife speaks out

Exclusive: in her first television interview, the former wife of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia claims her four daughters have suffered years trapped in the royal compound in Jeddah.

video 27 February 2014 World, Syria

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Queue for food in Syria's Yarmouk refugee camp - video

The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, distribute food parcels to 18,000 isolated civilians in the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk in Damascus.

video 11 February 2014 UK

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UK floods: Environment Agency out, luxury homes in - video

Homes in Sunbury-on-Thames may be underwater but residents can take comfort that Environment Agency facilities are on their doorstep. Except EA land has been sold to build... more homes.

article 10 February 2014 UK
UK flood: residents of Wraysbury use canoes in the streets
Thames floods: 'Only rescue service we've had is the RSPCA'

As flooding causes havoc along the Thames, Channel 4 News Reporter Fatima Manji meets the people of Wraysbury, Berkshire, who say they feel abandoned by the emergency services.

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