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Last Updated: Wednesday, 7 April, 2004, 09:33 GMT 10:33 UK
James Reynolds
James Reynolds
BBC Middle East correspondent

James Reynolds is a BBC Middle East correspondent, based in Jerusalem.

He has been in the region since 2001, and has covered stories in Israel, the West Bank & Gaza, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, and Qatar.

James joined the BBC in 1997 on a News trainee scheme.

From 1998 to 2001, he was the BBC's South America correspondent, based in Santiago. Among the stories he covered during this time were the arrest of General Pinochet in Chile, the fall of Alberto Fujimori in Peru, and the guerrilla war in Colombia.

In 2002, he won the Royal Television Society's Young Journalist of the Year award. He also won a Silver award from the Sony Radio Academy for his coverage of an Israeli offensive in the West Bank.

He graduated from Christ's College, Cambridge in 1996 with a degree in French & Spanish.


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