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Hala Abdallah

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Hala Abdallah is a Lebanese journalist at Doha News. Her areas of expertise are Arab political affairs, health and technology. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Media and Communications from the American University of Beirut, with a professional background in presenting, voice-overs and reporting.

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