Sky news update: Sky has recently lost contact with their news team operating in Syria. A reporter and camera man have gone missing.
Sky News’ Arabia team has recently gone missing while reporting in Aleppo which is a city in northern Syria. Sky lost contact with the team on Tuesday 15th and have now confirmed them missing. Sky News Arabia is currently based in Abu Dhabi but operates all over the Middle East. A statement issued on Thursday 17th confirms that a camera man named Samir Kassab and reporter Ishak Moctar have gone missing along with their driver whose name has not been released due to his family’s wishes. Ishak Moctar is of Mauritanian origin where as Samir Kassab is Lebanese.
The head of Sky News Arabia, Nart Bouran, has said the pair was working on a report which would revolve around the humanitarian aspects which are currently related to the conflict in Aleppo. In this region the government and rebels have been locked in a frequently violent combat since mid 2012. The organisation has issued multiple statements and news reports pleading for information about the location of the missing crew. Any information that helps ensure the safe return of the crew or helps find their location will be rewarded.
Sky has teams operating around the globe. They have news teams in Australasia, Europe, Africa, North and South America and Asia. This allows them to have the most up to date news from across the planet instantly with up to date reports streaming in constantly. They work mainly within the UK with in depth reports from football to politics.
Along with their news service they offer pay-tv which has everything from comedies to documentaries, sport to movies and kids to betting. They also offer broadband services which now has over 5 million subscribers and is closing in on the once monopoly BT who have 6.8 million subscribers but are growing at a much slower rate than their opponents.
As well they offer telephone services offering multiple packages which will cater to your needs whether that is many long international calls, or few local calls to relatives and friends. They are committed to upholding a high standard of their products and it is vital that their customer service is also functioning well. However right now one of their main priorities is locating their missing reporters and returning them to their family and friends.
Contact Sky and speak with a member of their customer services department if you are interested in receiving any of the services they offer.
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