Israeli Journalist Anat Dolev Dies at 52

Dolev suffered from a degenerative disease.

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Anat Dolev.
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Journalist Anat Dolev, 52, died yesterday in her Ramat Gan home after suffering from a degenerative disease.

Dolev, who hosted the daily interview show “At Three with Anat Dolev” on Israel Radio’s Reshet Bet, started her journalistic career in the Army Radio and later edited and presented various programs on Channel 1.

When Channel 2 was set up she joined it. She also worked as a reporter and editor in the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth and edited a health magazine.



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