|Name Saima Mohsin|
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Education University of Birmingham
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Saima Mohsin (born 20 June 1977) is a British journalist.
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- Early life
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Mohsin attended the University of Birmingham and in 1998 gained a BA (Hons) degree in political science with English literature, followed by a postgraduate diploma in broadcast Journalism in 1999. After graduating from university, she freelanced for a year at BBC World Service, Greater Manchester Radio, GLR and Five Live.
In 2000 Mohsin gained her first job in television joining ITV Meridian as a producer, and later became a presenter/reporter for the station. In 2002, Mohsin joined BBC Points West as a reporter and presenter. In 2004 she moved to BBC One's Watchdog - the UK's most watched current affairs show - as an investigative reporter on consumer issues.
Mohsin later worked freelance as a newsreader and reporter for BBC News 24, Sky News and ITN. She presented a debate show for Channel 4 on suicide bombings and the future of British Islam following the 7/7 London bombings.
In 2006 Mohsin joined GMTV on which she covered stories around the UK and the world including the plea to free Mirza Tahir Hussain from death row in Pakistan and Glaswegian runaway 12‑year-old Molly Campbell/Misba Rana.
She moved to Pakistan in 2007 to be the face of Dawn News, Pakistan's first English news channel. She presented News Eye, the channel's flagship nightly news programme. She contributes as a special correspondent for PBS NewsHour in the United States as well as ITN and Daybreak in the United Kingdom.
She is an International Correspondent for Pakistan on CNN.