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George Alagiah, BBC Newsreader, Dies Aged 67

George Alagiah, the BBC newsreader, has passed away at the age of 67. The journalist and presenter died on Monday after a battle with bowel cancer. BBC director-general Tim Davie expressed his sadness at the news, describing Alagiah as one of the best and bravest journalists of his generation. Alagiah joined the BBC in 1989 as a foreign affairs correspondent and went on to win accolades for his reporting on various international events. He had been the regular presenter of BBC News at Six since 2003. Alagiah is survived by his wife, two sons, and three grandchildren. Many of his BBC colleagues and figures from the journalism industry have paid tribute to him on social media.



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