Jonathan Miller , Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Before taking over in our Bangkok Bureau in late 2015, Asia Correspondent Jonathan Miller had been Foreign Affairs Correspondent for Channel 4 News for 12 years, reporting on news across the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. In that time, he won four Royal Television Society Awards and four Amnesty International TV News awards for the programme.

Prior to joining Channel 4 News, Jonathan spent many years as a correspondent in Asia. Since returning to his old patch, he has reported from widely from across the region, including the continuing war in Afghanistan, issues of caste-discrimination, farmer-suicide and rape in India, and the death of the King of Thailand.

He has doorstepped the Malaysian Prime Minister, who is accused of serious corruption, the Australian Prime Minister, over his country's harsh treatment of refugees, and has tackled the President of the Philippines over his deadly war on drugs.

  • 9 Aug 2018

    The International Red Cross says the airstrike hit a bus full of children, parked in a busy market in Dahyan, in Sa’ada province – controlled by the Houthis.

  • 7 Aug 2018

    If the EU and the British Government want to keep trade flowing to protect the Iran nuclear deal, it doesn’t seem to be succeeding.

  • 4 Aug 2018

    Soldiers have begun searching for opposition members who have gone into hiding in the Zimbabwe capital Harare – as 27 members of Nelson Chamisa’s defeated party appeared in court, accused of being involved in this week’s post-election unrest. Zimbabwe’s president Emmerson Mnangagwa has praised the ‘flowering of freedom’ and promised to work with his opponents…

  • 3 Aug 2018

    In Zimbabwe, Nelson Chamisa’s MDC Alliance party continues to claim Monday’s presidential election was “stolen” and “fraudulent” after Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared winner with just over 50% of the vote. The first elected head of state since Robert Mugabe’s removal from power in November last year, today called on Zimbabweans to unite after an election marred by…

  • 2 Aug 2018

    Central Harare has been deserted following violent protests that resulted in at least three people being killed. This has led the ruling ZANU PF party to tell supporters of opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, that “we should all lose graciously” amid claims vote rigging had taken place.

  • 1 Aug 2018

    Riots have broken out in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare, as armed police clashed with crowds of opposition supporters. At least three people have been killed as security forces opened fire with guns, water cannon and tear gas – while protesters hurled rocks and set fire to cars.

  • 30 Jul 2018

    For the first time ever, Robert Mugabe has not been an election candidate in Zimbabwe. Polls have just closed there in the first full presidential and parliamentary contest since the country’s long serving ruler was ousted. Mr Mugabe – who was in power for 37 years – has announced he would not be voting for…

  • 18 Jul 2018

    They relived the “miracle” moment when they were found deep inside the flooded cave – the Thai schoolboys and their coach have been speaking for the first time about their ordeal. One 14-year-old said it had taught him “not to live life carelessly”, while another just said he’d be in big trouble with his mum.…

  • 11 Jul 2018

    The dozen boys and their football coach’s ordeal began two and a half weeks ago when they first became trapped in the flooding caves. It took nine days before they were found deep below ground, cowering on a mud shelf. They finally began to be brought out on Sunday and today we saw the first…

  • 10 Jul 2018

    “We did something nobody thought possible,” the leader of the Thai cave rescue mission declared today after the last trapped boys and their coach were finally freed, ending their 17-day ordeal. The dangerous, highly complex operation was launched after the group became stranded deep inside the flooded cave. They’ll now be in hospital for at…

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Four more boys have been rescued from the flooded cave in Northern Thailand, leaving just four still trapped inside along with their football coach. The boys were taken straight to hospital by ambulance and helicopter – and were said to be “cold, but OK”. The mission to bring the others to the surface will resume…

  • 8 Jul 2018

    Four schoolboys have been rescued from the flooded cave in northern Thailand. We are at the scene in Mae Sai.

  • 7 Jul 2018

    In northern Thailand  rescuers say they could be ready to start bringing out the 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave as soon as tomorrow. But if there’s more rain – who knows what risks they could face.

  • 6 Jul 2018

    Thai authorities are racing to pump out water from a flooded cave where the 12 boys and their soccer coach have been trapped since June 23. If they’re aren’t freed soon the arrival of the monsoon rain could mean months stuck underground.

  • 5 Jul 2018

    The boys have been trapped by floodwater in the cave system for 12 days. If they’re aren’t freed soon the arrival of the monsoon rain could mean months stuck underground.