Teymoor Nabili is a journalist, currently working for Channel News Asia, based at their headquarters in Singapore.
The major stories he has covered include the 9/11 attack from New York City; the Asian tsunami disaster from Sri Lanka; the Iran Presidential election of 2009 from Tehran; the 2008 Olympics from Beijing and the earthquake/tsunami of 2011 from Japan. He has interviewed numerous world leaders, politicians and newsmakers, among them the Prime Ministers of Malaysia, Spain, Thailand and Singapore; the current Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki Moon and his predecessor Kofi Annan, and David Beckham.
While working at Al Jazeera, he was a senior news anchor and host of the current affairs shows Inside Story and Inside Iraq. He was voted 'Best Presenter/Anchor' at the 2005 Asia Television Awards and shared a UK Royal Television Society Award for coverage of the Olympic bribery scandal in Utah.
Before moving to Doha in 2010, he spent four years as senior presenter at Al Jazeera's Kuala Lumpur broadcast centre, hosting live news programmes and the station's Asia-focused current affairs programme 101 East. He is also a business studies graduate from the University of Portsmouth.
In January 2013 he joined Channel NewsAsia, where he is host and Executive Editor of "Between The Lines", a nightly current affairs discussion programme focusing on issues relevant to Asia. 
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