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Victoria Scott

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Victoria Scott is Editor-at-Large at Doha News. Before moving to Qatar in 2009, she was a broadcast journalist for BBC News for eight years. She's also worked for Al Jazeera, Reuters and The Telegraph. She has a postgraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London, and an undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature from King's College, London.

New free app helps residents learn to speak Arabic like a Qatari

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Qatar, your media is letting you down

In this opinion piece, Doha News Editor-at-Large tackles "fake news" criticisms and explains why good news about Qatar isn't always good news for the country and its people.
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