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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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post 22 July 2014
Gaza's humanitarian crisis: trapped inside a living hell

Many residents in Gaza are running out of food and water, with no electricity. Efforts to broker a humanitarian ceasefire which would allow people out to find supplies have come to nothing.

post 22 July 2014
'Last night was hellish' - trapped in Gaza's fire zone

My friend is trapped in the middle of the fire zone. For four days and four nights now she's been under non-stop bombardment.

post 22 July 2014
Live from Gaza: updates as 'humanitarian ceasefire' fails

Channel 4 News Foreign Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports from the ground in Gaza - follow his tweets, videos and blogs throughout the day in this live blog.

post 21 July 2014
Gaza: 'I feel like this is the last battle'

"I had been breast-feeding Rakan, but every time a shell hit, I would jump. It was no longer a comfort to him, so I decided to quit because I could feel his fear."

post 21 July 2014
'If you can hear the missile land, at least you're not dead'

What Palestinians in Gaza can't work out is why the outside world seems deaf to their cries for intervention to stop this relentless bombing.

video 20 July 2014 World, Israel

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In Gaza, 'we saw things that will forever be hard to unsee'

Suburban slaughter? Are civilians paying the ultimate price as Israel steps up its war against Hamas, who it accuses of using civilians as human shields. Jonathan Miller reports.

video 17 July 2014 World, Israel

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Israel strike kills four boys on Gaza beach - video

Four children playing football on a beach are killed by shells, allegedly from an Israeli gunboat. Jonathan Miller reports from Gaza. Warning: video contains disturbing images.

post 14 July 2014
Gaza live: death and rubble as real and PR battles rage

Channel 4 News Foreign Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports from Gaza. Follow his tweets, videos and blogs throughout the day.

video 09 July 2014 World, Israel

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Gaza: 'In 30 seconds, you'll have 10 or 12 attacks' - video

Khaled Abu Ghali, a journalist living in Rafah, Gaza, tells Channel 4 News the recent bombing is the worst attack to ever to strike the area. (Warning: some of the footage may be distressing.)

video 08 July 2014 World, Israel

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Interview: on the ground as Israel bombs Gaza - video

Khaled Abu Ghali, a journalist living in Rafah, Gaza, tells Channel 4 News it is mainly the children who suffer as Israel targets sites in his town and across the rest of Gaza.

article 04 July 2014 World, Sri Lanka
News
Tamil woman raped by Sri Lankan soldiers to be deported

Weeks after William Hague's summit on sexual violence in conflict, the British government is to deport a Tamil woman back to Sri Lanka, despite claims she was repeatedly raped by Sri Lankan soldiers.

article 01 July 2014 World, Iraq
Al-Qaeda spiritual leader labels Islamic State as 'deviants'. (Reuters)
Al-Qaeda spiritual leader: Islamic State are 'deviants'

Sheikh Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, regarded as the most influential voice in Salafist Islam, forcefully rejects the Islamic State's declaration of a new caliphate and brands them a "deviant group".

post 26 June 2014
Abu Qatada's acquittal is a sign of difficult times in Jordan

Radical cleric Abu Qatada is acquitted of charges of conspiring to commit acts of terrorism - but the verdict has not been seen as a surprise in Jordan.

video 06 June 2014 UK

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Veterans commemorate D-Day on Normandy's beaches - video

Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy 70 years ago to recapture France from the Nazis. And the skies over those same beaches were filled with planes to mark the anniversary.

article 02 June 2014 World, Nigeria
News
Freeing Nigerian schoolgirls now 'a very messy affair'

The man negotiating for the release of the 200 kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria, tells Channel 4 News about his frustration over the chaos surrounding efforts to free them.

article 16 May 2014 World, Sudan
Nigeria is seeking the urgent extradition from Sudan of a Boko Haram terror suspect born and educated - and reportedly radicalised - in Britain, Jonathan Miller reports from Abuja.
The 'terror mastermind' who was educated in Wales

Nigeria is seeking the urgent extradition from Sudan of a Boko Haram terror suspect born and educated - and reportedly radicalised - in Britain, Jonathan Miller reports from Abuja.

article 09 May 2014 UK, Nigeria
News
Mass burials in Nigeria after Boko Haram attack

A local trader who survived an attack this week by Boko Haram insurgents on a remote town in Nigeria, in which more than 300 may have died, tells Channel 4 News it was followed by mass burials.

article 06 May 2014 World, Nigeria
Protesters in Lagos over kidnapped schoolgirls
Nigeria kidnappings: more girls abducted

Groups of armed men kidnapped eight more girls - most of them teenagers - and attacked a further school in Nigeria, adding to more than 200 schoolgirls abducted three weeks ago.

article 01 May 2014 World, Nigeria
News
Nigerian schoolgirls: jihadis 'willing to consider' release

The jihadis who kidnapped more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls two weeks ago say they are "willing to consider" the release of those who have not already been trafficked abroad and sold into marriage.