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He Was a Great Journalist: Reactions As George Alagiah, BBC Journalist Passed Away At the Age Of 67

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George Alagiah, a well-respected journalist who worked for the BBC for a long time, has passed away at the age of 67. He had cancer for nine years before he died. His agent said he died peacefully with his family around him.

He was on British TV news for more than 30 years, and for the last 20 years, he presented the BBC News at Six. Before that, he reported from different countries and won awards for his work.

He was diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer in 2014, and last year he said it had spread more.

His agent said he was loved by everyone who knew him, whether they were friends, colleagues, or the public. He was known for being a wonderful person. He died on Monday, but he fought until the end.

The BBC’s director general said they were very sad to hear about George’s passing. He was not just an excellent journalist but also a kind and empathetic person. He will be missed by many.

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he news about George Alagiah’s death has spread rapidly on social media. Many people are talking about it and sharing their feelings. People from different places are expressing how sad they are and remembering his important work.

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