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Sky News, Channel 4 triumph at Intl Emmy Awards

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MUMBAI: The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Iatas) has announced the 2010 International Emmy Awards winners for its News and Current Affairs categories.

UK coverage of The Taliban in Pakistan won in both categories. Sky News Pakistan-Terrors‘ Front Line presenting exclusive coverage revealing that the Taliban are in control of a large part of Pakistan, won the News Category. Dispatches - Pakistan‘s Taliban Generation, a special produced by October Film for Channel 4, which investigates how the war on terror is creating a generation of child terrorists- both inside and outside Pakistan, won the Current Affairs Category.

Iatas president and CEO Bruce L Paisner says, "We congratulate the men and women behind these ground-breaking reports. Despite the danger surrounding them, they are committed to journalistic excellence and we are pleased to be recognising their outstanding work with an Emmy."

Nominees for 10 other International Emmy Awards categories will be announced on 4 October at the television trade event Mipcom in Cannes, France. Winners will receive their awards at the 38th International Emmy Awards Gala on 22 November in New York City.

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