Kiran Moodley is a reporter at Channel 4 News. He was previously a multimedia producer and worked in Washington for the first year of the Trump administration.
Before Channel 4, he worked at PBS NewsHour, GQ, CNBC and The Independent.
He is a West Ham season ticket holder.
Heavy fighting has been taking place across Gaza – with Israeli and Hamas forces taking part in house to house battles, reaching the centre of the southern city of Khan Younis.
While the England women’s football team were grabbing the headlines at the World Cup this summer, their deaf counterparts were scrabbling around for funding to reach their equivalent event in Malaysia.
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Gaza’s health ministry says almost 6,000 people have now been killed.
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How did Hamas foil a multi-million pound security system.
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