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September 10, 2008
al-Jazeera Unfair Dismissal Case Begins
al-Jazeera is responding to Jo Burgin's allegations that sex discrimination exists at the station. At the employment tribunal hearing going on now in London over Ms. Burgin dismissal claims, attorney Ingrid Simler, representing the network, presented evidence to show that the network employed and continues to employ women in top positions. Read more here.
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