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Jonathan Miller

Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan has covered conflicts, revolutions, natural and unnatural disasters and has won four Royal Television Society awards for Channel 4 News.
Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan has covered conflicts, revolutions, natural and unnatural disasters and has won four Royal Television Society awards for Channel 4 News.

Jonathan Miller has won four Royal Television Society awards and four Amnesty International TV News awards for the programme.

Before joining ITN in 2003, Jonathan worked as a documentary director and presenter after four years as a BBC correspondent in south east Asia.

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article 11 April 2014 UK, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
Controversial MP trip to Sri Lanka cancelled at 11th hour

An all-expenses-paid trip by five UK MPs and their partners, including business-class travel to and from Sri Lanka, is cancelled amid cross-party recriminations - hours before departure.

post 01 April 2014
Inside Hezbollah: fighting and dying for a confused cause

Channel 4 News heads to Lebanon to meet Hezbollah in its heartland, and finds the group fighting a war that has dramatically departed from its original aim: resistance to Israel.

article 27 March 2014 World, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka soldier under UN sign
'Victory for Sri Lankan people': UN to probe 'war crimes'

The United Nations is to launch an investigation into alleged war crimes and continuing human rights violations in Sri Lanka.

article 26 March 2014 World, Sri Lanka
Mahinda Rajapaksa and Tamil civil war victim
UN to vote on 'monumental' Sri Lanka war crimes inquiry

Almost exactly five years after Sri Lanka's civil war ended, the UN Human Rights Council is preparing to vote on a US and UK-led resolution which would mandate the UN to launch a war crimes inquiry.

post 13 March 2014
Enemies Cameron and Blair meet to talk peace (in the Middle East)

They were once the political world's greatest rivals. Now, Tony Blair and David Cameron are to join the negotiating table for a different kind of peace.

article 18 February 2014 World, Israel
Abdel Karim and his mother and father (credit: Thom Walker)
Abdel Karim - the boy from Gaza who never smiles

Three-year-old Abdel Karim suffered a relapse after treatment of his brain tumour was delayed by Israeli authorities, who suspect his Gaza family of involvement in clashes with Israeli forces.

post 17 February 2014
Gaza's paralysis: the story of Arab Dola

Gaza's kung-fu champion Arab Dola lies, back broken, in his bed - a literal representation of the paralysing poverty suffered by hundreds of thousands in the area.

video 22 January 2014 World, Syria

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Children on the Frontline: 'I am scared of dreams' - video

In Syria's civil war, children grow up fast. In a film shown on Channel 4, a documentary teams meets five children who have adapted to life amid the atrocities and death of brutal conflict.

video 13 December 2013 World, South Africa

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Following Mandela into the anti-apartheid struggle - video

Jonathan Miller met the late ANC elder statesman Henry Mkoti, who was locked up with Nelson Mandela for over a decade. Channel 4 News replays that interview recorded a year before he died in 2012.

post 11 December 2013
Mourning Mandela: the people queue to bid farewell their way

In searing heat, without water or shade - South Africans have been waiting in their thousands for their last chance to say goodbye to Nelson Mandela.

post 09 December 2013
Why, after Mandela, many Afrikaners fear a Boer bloodbath

Many among South Africa's Afrikaner population feel less safe since the death of Nelson Mandela. But the fears articulated by Afrikaner conservatives are not necessarily borne out by the facts.

video 07 December 2013 World, South Africa

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Mandela: celebrating a life well lived - video

As South Africans mourn Nelson Mandela's death, they are also gathering to sing, dance and celebrate a life well lived, as Jonathan Miller reports.

05 December 2013
29 November 2013
29 November 2013
post 17 November 2013
An open letter to Sri Lankan journalists

Channel 4 News Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller writes an open letter to journalists in Sri Lanka as he returns from Chogm.

video 16 November 2013 World, Sri Lanka

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War crimes & human rights: Rajapaksa quizzed at Chogm

Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa tells Jonathan Miller that he is ready to investigate allegations of war crimes - declaring: "We have nothing to hide. It's a free country".

post 15 November 2013
Cameron 'good to his word' in tackling Rajapaksa on human rights

The British prime minister appears to have delivered an uncompromising message to Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa during a meeting on Friday afternoon.

post 13 November 2013
Chasing the ghosts of Sri Lanka's disappeared

As Channel 4 News tries to head to Sri Lanka's militarised north, disturbing reports come in that the relatives of people who have been "disappeared" are being detained by the military.