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.
Russia has demanded an explanation after more than 30 suspected Russian mercenaries were arrested near the Belarussian capital Minsk.
The Prime Minister has raised the prospect of new quarantine restrictions on even more European countries if there’s a second wave of coronavirus cases.
President Erdogan of Turkey has joined huge crowds in Istanbul, for the first Friday prayers at Hagia Sophia since the 1,500-year-old former church was turned back into a mosque.
Boris Johnson has denied that the Government “actively avoided” looking for evidence of Russian interference in the Brexit Referendum.
The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in London today with Chinese rather than Russian interference at the top of his agenda.
It’s another tell-all book about President Trump which had to fight against a legal bid to stop it from being published.
The government has announced a new regime of sanctions for individuals accused of gross human rights abuses. Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman, reports from outside the Foreign Office.
In Russia – nearly 78 percent of voters have handed President Putin the right to stay in power until the age of 83.
It’s an explosive account of his 17 months in the Trump administration – so explosive that the White House tried to stop it being published.
Russia’s annual celebration of the USSR’s victory over Nazi Germany was held today, after the coronavirus pandemic meant it had to be postponed from last month.
Countries around the world with lowering infection rates have been easing out of lockdown – but stepping into the unknown has not been without risk.
As national security advisor, John Bolton was at the heart of the Trump White House, lasting as long as 18 months.
In Denmark – children under 11 have been back at school for more than a month – while secondary pupils went back to their classrooms on Monday.
Denmark has been hailed as a role model for the successful reopening of schools – they were the first country in Europe to reopen primary schools.
France too has come up with a new slogan for combating the virus.