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Rageh Omaar (; Somali: Raage Oomaar; Arabic: راجح عمر; born 19 July 1967) is a Somali-born British journalist and writer. He was a BBC world affairs correspondent, where he made his name reporting from Iraq. In September 2006, he moved to a new post at Al Jazeera English, where he presented the nightly weekday documentary series Witness until January 2010. The Rageh Omaar Report, first aired February 2010, is a one-hour, monthly investigative documentary in which he reports on international current affairs stories. From January 2013, he became a special correspondent and presenter for ITV News, reporting on a broad range of news stories, as well as producing special in-depth reports from all around the UK and further afield. A year after his appointment, Omaar was promoted to International Affairs Editor for ITV News. Since October 2015, alongside his duties as International Affairs Editor, he has been a Deputy Newscaster of ITV News at Ten. Since September 2017 Omaar has occasionally presented the ITV Lunchtime News including the ITV News London Lunchtime Bulletin and the ITV Evening News.
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An Islamic History of Europe, TV documentary for BBC Four : August 2005 The Miracles of Jesus, TV documentary for BBC One : beginning on 6 August 2006 The Dead Sea Scrolls. TV documentary BBC Four (Feb 2007) Rageh Inside Iran, TV documentary for BBC Four (Feb 2007) Islam in America, TV documentary for Al Jazeera English : October 2008 Immigration: The Inconvenient Truth, a three part Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, on how immigration has affected Britain, using Enoch Powell's 1968 Rivers of Blood speech as a starting point (7 to 21 April 2008) The Vicar of Baghdad, TV documentary ITV1 (2008) Pakistan's War. TV documentary for Al Jazeera English (Mid-Winter Production 2008/09) Iran Season, TV documentary for Al Jazeera English: January 2009 Race and Intelligence: Science's last taboo. TV documentary for Channel 4 : October 2009. The Life of Muhammad. TV documentary for BBC 2. This is a three-part series, which had its first showing on 11 July 2011 on BBC Two from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. The final edition of the series was on 25 July,on BBC 2 9 -10 pm. People on the programme included Karen Armstrong. Panorama - Ivory Wars: Out of Africa, TV current affairs documentary BBC1 : 12 April 2012 The Ottomans: Europe's Muslim Emperors, BBC2, September 2013
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