Dana Lewis

Journalist with Al Jazeera America

Dana Lewis, from TorontoCanada, is a TV News Correspondent freelance based out of London. He was formerly with Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, and various Canadian TV outlets. He is now seen on Al Jazeera America reporting on the election in Ukraine, the 70th anniversary of D-Day, and current developments in Iraq.

Lewis has covered the World including the current war in the Middle East, the hotel suicide bombings in Amman, Jordan, and updates following the London terrorist attacks. In 2003 Lewis was an embedded reporter with the 101st Airborne in Iraq; he was also embedded with U.S. forces along the Pakistan border and in Helmand Province Lewis is considered an expert on Russia having lived there for 12 years, although he no longer lives there. He has covered China, the Middle East, and Central and Eastern Europe. He speaks English and Russian.

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Earlier today, three gunmen attacked the offices of the satirical French newspaper   Charlie Hebdo.

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