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 09 March 2015
Grand theft Nigeria: why corruption looms over this month's elections

With a former governor of Nigeria's central bank alleging a US$20bn hole in the national finances, the breathtaking scale of corruption has become is a major issue in the country's elections.

article 23 February 2015 World, Australia
Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohammad (Reuters)
Al Jazeera in Egypt: the inside story

A Channel 4 News investigation raises questions about whether the Qatar-based network did enough to protect its staff in Egypt.

post 12 February 2015
'I met 24 of the Chibok schoolgirls held by Boko Haram'

A young Nigerian woman who escaped from a Boko Haram camp says she was held with some of the missing schoolgirls from Chibok as recently as three months ago.

article 11 February 2015 UK, Nigeria
News
The man who rescued 500 Nigerian schoolgirls from Boko Haram

A civil rights worker in Nigeria's restive northeast organised the dramatic rescue of nearly 500 schoolgirls from a town under attack by Boko Haram.

post 10 February 2015
Has Nigeria abandoned #BringBackOurGirls?

In a nation where jaw-dropping scandals make front page headlines day after day, there is one that does not. But day after day, every day, the Bring Back Our Girls campaign meets in Abuja.

post 09 February 2015
A very modern African monarch - meeting Emir Muhammad Sanusi II

The new Emir of Kano emerged. He sat high on a magnificently decorated black stallion, his fist punching the hot air, master of all he surveyed. The city had seen nothing like this for half a century.

video 06 February 2015 World, Nigeria

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Nigerian election: the key players - video

Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller previews the Nigerian election, due to take place on 14 February.

article 15 January 2015 World, Italy
News
On the trail of the smugglers shipping refugees to Europe

The people smugglers in Turkey are Syrians and they tell us they're doing their compatriots a favour. Here, in Mersin Otogar, we meet a smuggler and a Syrian family desperate to reach Europe.

post 03 January 2015
The grubby trafficking business where the customer comes last

The arrival of the first ship of the new year brought tears of joy to its tired and famished human cargo. But with the Ezadeen comes a serious and seemingly intractable problem for the EU.

article 17 December 2014 World, Central African Republic
Children in arms of man
Children: victims of war

The deliberate targeting of so many children has caused outrage across the world. And it's part of an increasing - and horrifying - trend.

post 15 November 2014
Why Khaled Abu Ghali won the Martin Adler prize

Khaled is a big man in every way: big beard, big heart, big laugh. His sixth sense has kicked in and saved us on numerous occasions.

post 04 November 2014
Take a rare glimpse at North Korea's brushstroke diplomacy

North Korea springs a creative ambush on suburban London, opening its embassy for an art show that might represent a crack in the country's heavily lacquered veneer.

video 29 October 2014 UK, Qatar

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When will Qatar be held to account? - video

David Cameron met the Emir of Qatar on Wednesday - a country that's invested tens of billions of pounds in London - but a country that's also accused of funding extremist groups in Iraq and Syria.

video 23 October 2014 UK, Sierra Leone

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Ebola: Commonwealth athletes fight for right to remain in UK

With Ebola ravaging their nation, 26 of the Commonwealth Games boxing squad from Sierra Leone are begging the UK government to let them stay. They tell Jonathan Miller about their plight.

article 02 October 2014 UK
A burial team with the body of an Ebola victim in Freetown, Sierra Leone (Reuters)
Ebola crisis: 'five new cases an hour in Sierra Leone'

British government ministers, diplomats, aid agencies and, reportedly, philanthropists, gather in London to pledge funds to the "race against time" to tackle the ongoing Ebola crisis in west Africa.

post 25 September 2014
Iraq: why this isn't 2003 all over again

The legality of any future British air strikes on Iraq may be clear - but the justification for US intervention in neighbouring Syria is much less obvious.

video 24 September 2014 UK, Iraq

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Up to five British jihadis reported dead in US airstrikes

With airstrikes on militants in Iraq and Syria set to intensify, reports emerge that British-born jihadis have died in the attacks in Syria. One is named as 19-year-old Ibrahim Kamara from Brighton.

post 08 September 2014
World slowly waking up to Ebola crisis

If we weren't living in such dangerous times, West Africa's Ebola emergency would not have to do battle with the Islamic State and a belligerent Vladimir Putin to grab world attention.

post 21 August 2014
How many western hostages are still out there?

So far Islamic State has seized territory in Iraq and Syria that is about the size of Belgium, but their plans to expand the caliphate don¿t appear to end there.