Rebecca Greig

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Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel


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Rebecca Greig

Rebecca Greig is a REPORTER, EDITOR, PRODUCER and MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST covering the wider Israeli/Palestinian region from her base in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. She works across DIGITAL, PRINT and VIDEO platforms, specializing in politics, economics (business & high-tech) and current affairs.
 
As a senior editor, producer and correspondent for NEWSWEEK, AL JAZEERA ENGLISH and the BBC, she has led teams of global correspondents as well as reporting on the EMEA regions: Under her editorial guidance, reporters won a SABEW Best in Business Award and a Mirror Award. 

As a reporter, she's followed the refugee trail through Turkey, Greece and Germany, with more than three years in Israel/Palestinian Territories and two operations in Gaza as well as the Maoist insurgency in Nepal & presidential elections in Mongolia.

She is currently building on her language skills in HEBREW and LEVANTINE ARABIC.

She has an undergraduate degree in politics from CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY and a Masters in Current Affairs and TV Journalism from CITY UNIVERSITY, London.

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Che Guevara is a potent symbol in East Jerusalem, outside this Palestinian shop.


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Israeli border guard takes a cigarette break during a protest at Qalandia checkpoint, Ramallah.


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Young Palestinian boy protesting against Israeli occupation at Qalandia checkpoint, Ramallah.


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Palestinians protesting continued Israeli occupation on Land Day.


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A showreel of Rebecca's early work in Israel/Palestine.


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Israel & Gaza - an unfair fight? A package for Channel News Asia during the 2014 conflict between Israel and Hamas.


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The underground economy of Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station.


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A report on an Israeli biopharmaceutical research institute that does groundbreaking work using pig models:


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Live interview about U.S. President Trump at Davos 2018 on i24 show 'The Spin Room."


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Erections are a funny business. They’re also big business: The global market for erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs was valued at over $4.39 billion in 2014. But they’re not usually political, except when U.S. servicemen are involved.


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Greek Debt Crisis: A Third Bailout's On The Way But Is The Worst Yet To Come?


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Refugee BnB or Refugee Tinder: Why German Citizens Are Taking Asylum-Seekers Into Their Homes


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Diversity, Pinkwashing And All Things High-Tech Are On The Agenda At ‘Lesbians Who Tech’ First Summit In Tel Aviv


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How Enterprising Greeks Are Profiting From Europe's Refugee Crisis And Creating A Multimillion-Dollar Industry


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