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.
Could a hack which allegedly breached the global messaging service WhatsApp be linked to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi?
More than 100 people have now been killed in a bombing campaign by President Assad and his allies, targeting the last major rebel-held area.
A month before President Trump’s visit to the UK, his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in town, voicing his concerns about the potential role of the Chinese tech giant Huawei in Britain’s 5G network.
Two journalists who were jailed after reporting on Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya Muslims have been released. Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone, who work for the Reuters news agency, spent more than 500 days in prison.
Investigators in Moscow are examining what could have caused yesterday’s fire on board an Aeroflot passenger jet, which left 41 people dead.
Demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro continue for another day.
The role played by UAE in the Yemen conflict has gone largely unnoticed. Yet the country stands accused of conducting a dirty war on the ground. We speak to a former prisoner who accuses the UAE of running secret prisons and subjecting hundreds of people to torture.
A British judge has thrown out an extradition request for a high-profile critic of Turkey’s President Erdogan, describing the bid as politically motivated.
Ukraine’s parliament is voting on whether to impose martial law, after three of its Navy vessels were fired upon and their crew seized by Russia.
The Saudi-led coalition’s air strikes on Yemen resumed this afternoon, just as the UK’s Foreign Secretary was trying to persuade the Saudis to commit to a political settlement and a ceasefire.
The bar was full of college students on a night out when a gunman forced his way in – leaving 12 people dead before shooting himself. Last night’s mass shooting in the Californian town of Thousand Oaks came just 11 days after America’s last atrocity. Police have named the suspect as 28-year-old Ian David Long, a former US Marine,…
Thirty-five humanitarian organisations have signed a joint call for a ceasefire in Yemen as fighting intensifies around the port of Hodeida.
The US has applied a raft of stringent sanctions on Iran and has threatened even more, making good on threats by President Trump.
Reports from Turkey tonight suggest police are retracing the journey of a black van which may have removed the journalist’s body. The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, says he wants to give the Saudi authorities a few more days to investigate the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
In Istanbul, forensic teams have been looking for evidence after the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist.