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Prominent Iranian environmentalist dies Posted Monday, January 04, 2016 3:02:37 AM
Mohammad-Ali Inanloo, a prominent Iranian environmentalist, died of a heart attack at a hospital in Tehran on Saturday. Inanloo, 68, worked as TV presenter, journalist and filmmaker, IRNA reported.

He was admitted to the hospital for a brain damage.

He began his journalism career at Iranian sports weekly Keyhan Varzeshi and reportedly was the first country’s volleyball commentator.

Iran national football team head coach Carlos Queiroz has expressed his grief over death of Inanloo.

“I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to his family and Iranian sports family. He was a veteran journalist, who was supporting Team Melli, and I hope we qualify for the 2018 World Cup because of him,” Queiroz said.

Inanloo was an Iranian renowned for making enlightening tourism documentaries.

Serving in the national radio and TV broadcasting in the 1970s, Inanloo made a huge contribution to tourism promotion.

Inanloo produced documentaries named Binesh (Insight), Tourism Instead of Oil, Nomads of Shahsavan, Kerman: Cradle of History, Horse in Iran, and Water for domestic TV channels.

Inanloo also played the role at Ebrahim Hatamikia's Low Heights in 2002.
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