Owen Thomas (journalist)
He spent a year presenting the news on the BBC World Service, and anchored their World Briefing programme. Previously he worked for the English language service of Radio France Internationale based in Paris, France.
Before it closed down in December 2005, he was a presenter on the ITV News Channel. He and Faye Barker and covered the last hour of the news channel's final broadcast, before handing to Alastair Stewart for a special closing programme.
At CNN International he was one of the anchors of CNN Today, CNN World News and Business International. At the BBC, Thomas was on air when the 2008 Marriott Hotel bombing happened. He also presented continuously for many hours when Israeli troops moved into Gaza in 2009.
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