Jonathan Rugman has been Foreign Affairs Correspondent at Channel 4 News for more than a decade.
He reported from the revolutions and uprisings in Syria, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Bahrain and has covered stories as diverse as Somalia's famine, the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean, corruption in world football and the Haiti earthquake. In 2016 he won a BAFTA for his reporting on the terrorist attacks in Paris.
He was previously the programme's Washington Correspondent and Business Correspondent and his reporting has won more than 10 awards. He is the author of "Ataturk's Children: Turkey and the Kurds" and previously worked on BBC Radio 4 documentaries and in Turkey for the BBC and The Guardian.
EU foreign ministers have agreed to launch new sea patrols in the Mediterranean to try to enforce an arms embargo in war-torn Libya.
Today, hundreds of thousands of Syrians are again fleeing an upsurge in violence and the ongoing attacks on healthcare facilities. Since December Russian-backed Syrian government forces have upped their assault on Idlib province, slowly chipping away at its southern edge. The offensive has pushed over half a million people out of their homes in the…
The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he’s very confident that Britain and the United States can get over their differences about the involvement of the Chinese tech giant Huawei.
They were two embattled leaders standing side by side, hailing a new peace deal for Israel and the Palestinians.
United Nations’ human rights investigators have called for an immediate investigation into the possibility that a video file sent on WhatsApp from the account of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, or MBS, may have hacked the phone of Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post.
The Iranian President has rejected a suggestion by Boris Johnson that President Trump should replace the 2015 nuclear accord with a new “Trump deal”.
One thing is certain. A plane has crashed with the loss of 176 lives.
In his first public appearance since he was smuggled out of Japan, the former boss of Nissan today framed himself as the victim of an inhumane justice system and a corporate coup.
At least 56 people have been killed and more than 213 injured in a stampede, during the funeral of the Iranian General who was killed by a US drone strike on Friday.
Iranian state TV said millions turned out. And while that’s impossible to verify, it’s certainly true Tehran’s streets were packed with mourners for Qassem Soleimani today.
Sitting in his Florida mansion, President Donald Trump took to Twitter and vowed to strike ‘very fast and very hard’ if Iran attacked Americans or their assets.
General Soleimani was killed in a US drone strike near Baghdad airport yesterday – a killing that Iranian leaders called ‘an act of war’.
Foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman is in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
Interpol has issued a ‘red notice” to Lebanon, requesting the arrest of Carlos Ghosn – the former boss of Nissan cars, who’s denied any of his family were involved in his escape from Japan.
An officer from Russia’s federal security agency has been killed in a gun attack outside the FSB’s headquarters in central Moscow.