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.
Amid an intense bombardment by Syrian forces and their allies, and fierce battles in the city’s narrow streets – rebels are still refusing to surrender
More than a hundred thousand people in the Brazilian town of Chapeco have turned out to mourn the 71 people who died in a plane crash in Colombia – including most of the local football team. The Brazilian president led tributes to the victims at the ceremony in driving rain – saying the tragedy had…
A keen amateur dancer is taking legal action, after he was banned from an event and told his wheelchair would damage the dance floor.
It started in Florida with the death of an unarmed black teenager: 17 year old Trayvon Martin, fatally shot as he walked from a store. Tonight some of the African American mothers who’ve lost their children to police shootings and alleged racial violence are speaking at the Oxford Union.
Activists and health workers in East Aleppo say over a dozen hospitals and clinics have been hit since the latest offensive by Syrian government forces began four days ago. They report patients cowering in basements while volunteers comb the rubble for survivors. And there have been some astonishing rescues. This report contains distressing images.
A new report has suggested that black and minority ethnic offenders are more likely to be sent to jail than white people who have committed similar offences. The inquiry, chaired by the Labour MP David Lammy, was ordered earlier this year by the former prime minister, David Cameron.
Channel 4 News can reveal tonight the numbers of children who go missing every year from the care system after seeking asylum or being trafficked. For 19 year old Monique (not her real name), who was trafficked into the UK at 11, it was years before she got the help she needed.
Prince Harry, who as a child, lost his mother in a car crash while she was being pursued by paparazzi, wants an end to the “abuse and harassment” being directed at his girlfriend, the American actress Meghan Markle.
In Germany, scene of multiple terror attacks over the past week, the Bavarian governor has declared that every act of terrorism is one too many and said that Germans are “full of fear”.
Boris Johnson is Vote Leave’s biggest asset – and now he’s riding the campaign’s biggest bus.
Fatima Manji explores why finding an NHS dentist is near impossible in some parts of the UK.
He might be known as the The King of Bollywood, but he’s also one of the highest paid actors in the world. Indian cinema’s leading man Shah Rukh Khan has a prolific career over the last twenty five years.Fatima Manji went to meet him in London.
The epic tale of the 17th-century prince Dara Shikoh and his brother and Aurangzeb, whose dispute played a key role in shaping the history of modern-day India and Pakistan, makes its theatre debut.
Abuse survivors and their supporters lobby MPs and hold a public meeting to demand action on the government-appointed inquiry into child sexual abuse.
Disability campaigners took their fight to the doors of parliament today to protest against the government’s decision to scrap the independent living fund.