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.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister says she remains “resolute and focused” on confronting racism in her own country following the terrorist attacks at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.
Among the dead in Christchurch was Haji Daud Nabi, a grandfather who fled the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 before eventually settling in New Zealand.
Her cabinet has backed a ban on semi-automatic weapons, and the Prime Minister has urged owners to hand such guns in to the police.
The bodies of some of the 50 Christchurch victims are due to be released to their families soon.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, however, that nothing in the message could have helped stop the killings.
President Trump was widely expected to announce some sort of agreement with Kim Jong-un, so the abrupt nature of his departure came as a shock.
It’s a major escalation in tensions between two nuclear powers. India carried out air strikes this morning in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir.
It’s emerged that the London teenager Shamima Begum, who went to Syria to join the militant Islamic State group, will have her British citizenship revoked by the Home Secretary.
French police have arrested a fifth person they accuse of being part of the entourage of their chief suspect in the Strasbourg Christmas Market attack. More than 700 officers are still hunting for 29-year-old Cherif Chekkat – who remains on the run.
French police have said that the gunman who shot dead two people in an attack on a Christmas market shouted “God is great” as he opened fire. Twelve people were wounded in the attack in the crowded narrow streets of Strasbourg. The gunman, who is thought to be a 29-year-old local man who was radicalised in prison,…
Now to new developments in the troubled recent history of Chinese tech giant Huawei, which is one of the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers.
In the latest of our reports from Sri Lanka, where a constitutional crisis has pitted two rival politicians in a battle to be PM, one contender leans towards India, the other, China.
Amid continuing political turmoil in Sri Lanka, the Tamils in the north of the country have tonight held ceremonies commemorating fallen fighters of the Tamil Tiger insurgent army which was summarily defeated nine years ago. The remembrance events are highly controversial, particularly among ethnic Sinhalese nationalists. Despite international outrage over alleged atrocities committed by Sri…
Members of parliament in Sri Lanka convene again tomorrow in an effort to resolve the turmoil which has engulfed the government. Two men currently claim to be Prime Minister – one of them, a former populist president accused of serious human rights abuses. Never in the past 85 years of democracy in Sri Lanka has…
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled across the border since August last year and the UN says it continues to get reports of serious rights violations in Rakhine state, including alleged killings, disappearances and arbitrary arrests.