Nima Elbagir Biography and Wiki
Nima Elbagir is a British award-winning senior international correspondent for CNN based in London. She is widely known for her appearance on CNN as an international correspondent.
Nima Elbagir Age
Elbagir is s 41 to 42 years old as of 2020. She was born in Khartoum, Sudan, in 1978, she has not shared her exact date and month when she was born.
Nima Elbagir Height and Weight
Elbagir stands at an average height and moderate weight. She appears to be quite tall in stature of her photos, relative to the surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding her actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.
Nima Elbagir Education
Elbagir enrolled and got educated in Sudan and in Britain. She is a graduate with a BSc in Philosophy from The London School of Economics. She is also fluent in Arabic and English.
Nima Elbagir Family and Parents
Elbagir was born to her father who was a journalist and was jailed before her birth and her mother who was the first publisher in Sudan. She is of Northern Sudanese Origins. At the age of three, she relocated to the United Kingdom and when she was eight years old she moved back to Sudan. After spending six years in Sudan, she returned to the United Kingdom.
Nima Elbagir Siblings
Details about Elbagir’s brothers and sisters are not known to the public. there is also no information on how he was raised up. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Nima Elbagir Married, Fiance, and Wedding
Elbagir is currently engaged to a British diplomat who she has been dating from a few years as a boyfriend. The pair are said getting married in the near future and the couple meets in Sudan.
Nima Elbagir Children
After doing our research, details about Elbagir’s children are not known to the public, however, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Nima Elbagir Salary
Elbagir salaries range from an average of $40,000 to $105,370 a year. However, these figures may vary substantially according to the level of seniority of the employee in question. At the moment, we do not have the exact salary of hers but we’ll keep tabs and update once it is available.
Nima Elbagir Net Worth
Elbagir net worth is publicly not available. His primary source of income is her career as a Television Personality. Through her various sources of income, we believe that she has been able to accumulate a good net worth but prefers to keep it private. We will update this section once this information is available.
Nima Elbagir Measurements and Facts
Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Nima Elbagir.
Nima Elbagir and Wiki
- Full Names: Nima Elbagir
- Popular As: Nima
- Gender: Female
- Occupation / Profession: Journalist (CNN)
- Nationality: Sudanese
- Race / Ethnicity: Black
- Religion: Not Known
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
Nima Elbagir Birthday
- Age / How Old?: 41 to 42 years old as of 2020.
- Zodiac Sign: Not Known
- Date of Birth: 1978
- Place of Birth: Khartoum, Sudan
- Birthday: Not Known
Nima Elbagir Body Measurements
- Body Measurements: Not Available
- Height / How Tall?: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Black
Nima Elbagir Family and Relationship
- Father (Dad): Not Known
- Mother: Not Known
- Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): Not Known
- Marital Status: Married
- Husband/Spouse: Married to Semyon Varlamov
- Children: Not Known
Nima Elbagir Networth and Salary
- Net Worth: Under Review
- Salary: Under Review
- Source of Income: Journalism
Nima Elbagir House and Cars
- Place of living: To be updated
- Cars: Car Brand to be Updated
Nima Elbagir Career and CNN
Elbagir started of her journalism career as a stringer with Reuters in 2002 reporting from Sudan, and one of the first to provide footage from inside Darfur; she as well filed material for the Economist, the FT and Radio France International. She worked with Reuters as a London-based Graduate Trainee through to 2005. She got to be named the 2020 Royal Television Society ‘Television Journalist of the Year’ and recently received the prestigious 2019 Alfred I.
She earned duPont-Columbia University Award in the Investigative category for her reporting on human rights abuses, with the jurors citing her. On the International Women’s Media Foundation named she a recipient of the 2018 Courage in Journalism Award, joining an elite group of female journalists who have been recognized for reporting from some of the world’s most dangerous regions. She as well earned the 2018 International Center for Journalist’s Excellence in International Reporting Award for her work.
She traveled to Yemen to continue her ‘Made in America’ investigation into the use and transferring of American-made weapons from the Saudi-led coalition to al Qaeda-linked groups and other hardline militias in Yemen. In August 2018, her report which confirmed the bomb that killed 40 children on a school bus in Yemen was made in the US. She investigated the use of child labor in cobalt mines in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after which the manufacturer of Mercedes-Benz Daimler announced an audit of its entire supply chain.
She as well reported from Sudan on the case of Noura Hussein, the Sudanese teenager who was sentenced to death for killing her rapist husband. With the CNN’s exclusive reporting of Hussein’s first-hand account, a Sudanese court overturned her death sentence after accepting Hussein’s version of events. She traveled to Libya in 2017 with producer Raja Razek and photojournalist Alex Platt to investigate reports of African migrants being sold at slave auctions.
Carrying concealed cameras into a property outside the capital of Tripoli, Elbagir and Razek witnessed a dozen African migrants auctioned off — some for as little as $400 — in less than 10 minutes. The report was instrumental in the passage of unprecedented United Nations sanctions against six men identified as traffickers by the U.N. Libya Sanctions Committee in June 2018.
She as well filed several exclusive reports on the story of Yehya Ibrahim, a Sundanese woman sentenced to death for committing apostasy Her work on this story brought the attention of the world to Ibrahim’s plight, helping to generate the political pressure which eventually led the Sudanese government to grant her a reprieve. She led CNN’s coverage on the spiraling violence at the Central African Republic, traveling with the French troops as they worked to broker peace between entrenched Muslim and Christian fighters.
She as well reported from Somalia at the height of the Horn of Africa famine, and was granted an exclusive phone interview with Safia Gadhafi, the former Libyan leader’s wife, in Tripoli. With the revolution in Egypt, she interviewed Justice Minister Mohamed Abdelaziz al-Juindy, who called for former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to face the death penalty. She as well also reported from South Sudan as the new African country celebrated independence.
In 2019, Elbagir and her team won plaudits for their year-long investigation into Father Luk Delft: The case of the predator priest. A pedophile priest who was sent to work for an aid organization in Africa, helping vulnerable families, even though his Catholic order knew he had been convicted of abusing children years earlier in Europe. Working as a freelancer for CNN, she covered the escalating violence against women in the Congo; Nigeria’s 50th anniversary of independence; the South Sudanese Referendum; and CNN’s coverage of the Hajj.
Before joining CNN, she worked in various capacities for the UK’s Channel 4 for a number of years starting in 2005: She as well freelanced from Kabul for Channel 4 News; reported for the “Unreported World” documentary strand; and both reported and presented for Channel 4 News and More4 News. Her exclusives included getting the first interview with the Aegis security company whistleblower on the Iraq “Trophy Videos” in 2005; where she interviewing Jacob Zuma in the run-up to his rape trial in 2006; being the only Western journalist reporting from Mogadishu during the U.S. bombing of Somalia in 2007; and broadcasting the first televised evidence of Iranian weaponry smuggled to the Taliban in 2009.
Frequently Asked Questions About Nima Elbagir
Who is Nima Elbagir?
She is an award-winning senior international correspondent for CNN based in London.
How old is Nima Elbagir?
She was born in Khartoum, Sudan, in 1978.
How tall is Nima Elbagir?
she has not shared her height with the public. Her height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.
Is Nima Elbagir married?
Her relational status is engaged to a British diplomat who she has been dating for a few years as a boyfriend.
How much is Nima Elbagir worth?
She has not yet revealed her net worth. We will update this section when we get and verify information about the wealth and properties under her name.
How much does Nima Elbagir make?
At the moment, we do not have the exact salary of hers but we’ll keep tabs and update once it is available.
Where does Elbagir live?
Because of security reasons, she has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of her house.
Is Nima Elbagir dead or alive?
She is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of her being sick or having any health-related issues.
Where is Elbagir Now?
She is pursuing her career in journalism. She is working as an international correspondent for CNN based in London
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