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|Birth date:||January 12, 1958|
|Birth place:||London, England, UK|
|Height:||5' 7¼" (1.71 m)|
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Christiane Amanpour is a British Iranian journalist based in Nyc, who’s at present the main international correspondent of CNN. She also hosts the foreign affairs program, ‘Amanpour on CNN International, which will be a nightly half an hour show. She also anchors the global affairs show ‘This Week for ABC News. Christiane Amanpour faith is christianity though she grew up in Islamic community. Amanpour wed James Rubin, who’s at present the informal advisor for Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former Secretary of State and the President of the United States Of America, Barack Obama. He previously held the post of Assistant Secretary of State. They’ve a son Darius John and reside in Nyc now. Amanpour graduated summa cum Laude in Journalism in the University of Rhode Island. When Amanpour was doing her journalism class in University of Rhode Island, she shared a house with John F. Kennedy, Jr. and a few of his buddies in Providence. Amanpours career spanning over almost three decades began in 1983, when she joined CNN as entry level helper. She was afterwards promoted to international correspondent in the year 1990. She’s reported important news from all parts of the world including Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Sudan, Pakistan, Israel, Libya, Egypt, Europe, and America. She was the first reporter to interview British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Presidents of France, Afghanistan, and Pakistan in the aftermath of the September 11 strikes in America. Christiane Amanpour is the receiver of important journalism awards in Television. She’s also a board member in the Committee to Protect Journalists and holds esteemed place in the International Womens Media Foundation and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She’s also the Honorary Citizen of the Town of Sarajevo in recognition of her journalistic attempts. She recently appeared in the news, when Takvim, an Israeli daily filed a charge against her and CNN charged her with instigating public strife and agitation by giving bogus news.