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Khadija Benguenna (in Arabic: خديجة بن قنة) is an Algerian working in the Al Jazeera chanel in Qatar. Born in Algeria in 1965, graduated Khadija Benguenna of the Media Institute at the University of Algiers section Radio and television
She received the award from Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland at Burj al-Arab Hotel in Dubai, and this is a prize that reflects the important role played by women in the Al Jazeera media channel in all areas of editorial work, technical and field.
Notes and references
1.Farid, M. « The Algerian television reflects the image of an underdeveloped country according to Khadija Benguenna ». Algeria News – Bladi-DZ, April 15, 2008.
2.« Benguenna. Great figure of Arab media landscape ». Debates, March 6, 2011.
4.Focus on ... Khadija Benguenna », Hijab and the city, July 24, 2009.