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Jon Snow

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Jon Snow has been the face of Channel 4 News since 1989.

Jon Snow joined ITN in 1976 and became Washington Correspondent in 1984. Since then, he has travelled the world to cover the news – from the fall of the Berlin Wall and the release of Nelson Mandela, to Barack Obama's inauguration and the earthquake in Haiti.

His many awards include the Richard Dimbleby Bafta award for Best Factual Contribution to Television (2005), and Royal Television Society awards for Journalist of the Year (2006) and Presenter of the Year (2009).

As well as presenting the programme, Jon writes Snowblog - a unique take on the day's events - and Snowmail - a preview of the evening programme's main stories.

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post 25 July 2014
Gaza is not just about them, it's about us, too

Leaving Gaza, for the first time in my reporting life I feel scarred, deeply scarred, by what I have seen - some of it too terrible to put on the screen.

post 24 July 2014
In Arabic: Gaza's 'birthplace of saints and death-yard of angels'

We publish in Arabic Jon Snow's account of the scene in Gaza's al-Shifa hospital, where doctors struggle to treat adults and children wounded by Israeli attacks.

post 24 July 2014
Gaza's 'Birthplace of saints and death-yard of angels'

I can't get her out of my mind. Two year old Nema. Her broken skull and fractured nose have imposed two vast round suppurating panda sized blobs effectively closing her tiny eyes.

post 23 July 2014
Gaza: is this a war on children?

Jon Snow presents Channel 4 News live from Gaza, with reports from Jonathan Miller and an interview with UN human rights chief Navi Pillay, who says Israel may have committed war crimes.

post 23 July 2014
Gaza conflict: is it too late for negotiated peace?

Have I awoken to a swarm of bees in my lightless hotel room? The electricity is off, again. The bees are drones, devised in America, manufactured in Israel, overhead in Gaza at all times in this war.

video 22 July 2014 World, Israel

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Hamas 'is a problem, we will solve it' - video

General Yaakov Amidror, former Israeli national security adviser, says that Hamas "is the problem of the Palestinians, not us." "We need a few days to destroy the tunnels of Hamas," he adds.

video 22 July 2014 World, Israel

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Hamas: 'Green light from US to Israelis to kill our people'

Hamas spokesperson Ihab Al-Ghosein tells Channel 4 News that "Iraelis are making up reasons to target everything." 'We don't mean to kill anyone," he adds.

video 22 July 2014 World, Israel

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'Gaza hospitals are no longer safe' - video

Dr Medhat Abbas from al-Aqsa Hospital says that nobody is safe in Gaza. "If you want to stay alive, stay far from children, because these are the declared targets of the Israeli army," he says.

post 22 July 2014
Inside Gaza's Al-Shifa hospital

Al-Shifa Hospital, the main medical facility in Gaza, has opened its doors for thousands of Palestinians fleeing an ongoing Israeli shelling of eastern Gaza City.

post 21 July 2014
Gaza conflict: in transit to war

"Welcome to Israel. We wish you a pleasant stay. If this is not your final destination, we wish you a pleasant onward journey." Can the British Airways captain be referring to Gaza?

video 16 July 2014 World, Israel

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'The Israeli military does not target civilians' - video

As four boys die in a shell attack in Gaza, Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev says: "The story with these four boys is a tragedy - let's be clear the Israeli military does not target civilians."

video 14 July 2014 UK

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I'm a radical feminist, and I oppose women bishops - video

Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, tipped to be one of the first women bishops, and Susie Leafe, a self-declared feminist and General Synod member who is opposed to the move, debate the C of E vote.

post 09 July 2014
Child abuse, cover-ups and public schools

The NSPCC has finally said that turning a blind eye to child abuse should be a criminal offence - and they are right to include public schools.

video 09 July 2014 World

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Melinda Gates: 'We are winning the FGM battle' - video

Philanthropist Melinda Gates tells Channel 4 News that we are "winning the battle" over female genital mutilation - but says the world still needs to focus on eradicating the practice.

article 08 July 2014 UK
Ian McFadyen, who was serially sexually abused at Caldicott School
'Abuse devastated me - but I won't be silenced' - video

Serially sexually abused as a Caldicott School pupil, Ian McFadyen tells Jon Snow the experience has devastated his life. But he urges others who have been abused to "come forward and tell the truth".

video 07 July 2014 UK

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Is cycling in Britain safe? - video

As the Tour de France peleton makes its way to London from Cambridge, Jon Snow investigates whether the hubbub around it has helped reassure potential riders about the safety of saddling up.

video 02 July 2014 UK

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'A bed is more important than a fighter plane' - video

Artist Martin Creed says he is just a person who works in this thing called "art". As his work 30 seconds off, 30 seconds off fails to sell at Christies auction house.

video 02 July 2014 World, Iraq

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Should the US be supporting moderate Syrian rebels? - video

US Ambassador Robert Ford says people who say it's impossible to tell the between good and bad rebels in Syria are being "intellectually lazy." "We should be supporting moderate groups," he says.

post 01 July 2014
How Savile and Harris must have haunted their victims

I have already described how I was abused as a child - but my abuser did not haunt me because, unlike Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris, he was not constantly in the public eye.