Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller is based in Bangkok, Thailand. Before moving to Asia in 2015, he spent 12 years reporting out of London on news across the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Jonathan has won four Royal Television Society awards and four Amnesty International TV News awards for Channel 4 News. He is the author of Duterte Harry: Fire and Fury in the Philippines, a biography of the Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte, whose bloody rule he has documented for this programme.
Producer: Lee Sorrell In Malaysia, there’s been a serious outbreak of Covid-19 among workers at the world’s biggest manufacturer of medical gloves. The company, Top Glove, which supplies the NHS, was the subject of an investigation by this programme in June. We revealed shocking evidence about working and living conditions which put the migrant workforce…
Five people have been treated for gunshot wounds, after at least 50 were injured in the latest pro-democracy protests in the Thai capital Bangkok. Crowds clashed with riot police outside the country’s parliament – as officers fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse them. Lawmakers have begun debating proposals to amend Thailand’s constitution.
In an exclusive interview with this programme and CNN, the King of Thailand has called his country ‘the land of compromise’.
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Thailand have taken their campaign to the doors of the German embassy in Bangkok.
Riot police in Thailand have fired water cannon and charged at crowds of protesters in the capital Bangkok, who had gathered in defiance of a strict state of emergency decree.
Thousands of mostly young Thais have defied an emergency decree banning all protests in a large demonstration in central Bangkok.
The protesters are unhappy with how the king has performed his duties since he ascended to the throne in 2016. But they were met with his supporters on the streets.
Armenia and Azerbaijan are blaming each other for the surge in fighting across the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh – which has already left over 200 people dead.
It’s China’s National Day and, to mark the occasion, Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam has praised the national security law imposed by China three months ago.
Thousands of pro-democracy campaigners in Bangkok have staged demonstrations calling for reform of the monarchy – a dangerous demand in Thailand where speaking out against the King is illegal.
Local elections were supposed to take place in Hong Kong today, but that was before the city’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam postponed them for at least a year, citing the threat of coronavirus.
Today Brenton Tarrant was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the murder of 51 worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch last March.
Survivors of the New Zealand mosque shootings and relatives of those who died have spoken about their trauma in court – as the attacker’s sentencing hearing began.
Thailand’s prime minister has ruled out any concession on reform of the monarchy.
The main opposition leader in Belarus says she fled the country “for the sake of her children” after claiming the presidential election result was rigged.