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Halla joined the network's English-language channel in 2013. During her four years there she presented prime time news programmes, the regional magazine show 'Middle East Matters', as well as special coverage of major global events.
Halla spoke with Human Rights Watch, the morning the news broke of Donald Trump's so-called Muslim ban.
Nuclear North Korea
North Korea's nuclear programme featured regularly on the morning news, with Halla and the morning team among the first to report developments.
War in Syria
With Alexandre Vautravers, following developments by international diplomats to bring peace to war-torn Syria.
Middle East Matters
Fitness in Cairo is just one of the subjects tackled on weekly magazine "Middle East Matters" - providing a more in-depth look at a fascinating region.
Halla spoke with the Ukranian Ambassador to France, and pressed him on corruption concerns.
Halla was regularly called on to provide international affairs commentary on China and Chinese politics and society in particular. This appearance featured on the France 24 debate