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Jonathan Rugman reports from Turkey
Turkey is still in a state of emergency following the bloody coup attempt last July that left more than 200 dead. A crackdown on the Government’s critics and those believed to be supportive of the uprising has seen thousands of civil servants purged and Kurdish politicians and journalists jailed.
What 2012 taught us, by Jonathan Rugman
Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Rugman looks back on a year of bloodshed in Syria but “choosy foreign policy” in the west.
Rugman in Rome: victims refuse to shake priest's hand
Jonathan Rugman meets Italian victims of child abuse in the church in Italy, and says the Pope’s reputation is on the line.
How far is Putin willing to go in Ukraine?
We’re joined by Jonathan Rugman to look in detail at exactly where military action is taking place.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi: will justice ever be served?
Our foreign correspondent Jonathan Rugman is the author of “The Killing in the Consulate”.
Are lockdowns our only option? Sweden took a different path, and found out.
Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman, has been to Sweden to figure out why they decided to go it alone – and why it was always a risky strategy.
Iranian reaction to US killing
Foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman is in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
Vietnam families fear for their loved ones
Police are still working to identify the 39 people found dead in a refrigerated trailer in Essex, but it’s looking increasingly likely that most were Vietnamese. Our Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Rugman is in northern Vietnam, where several families say they fear their loved ones may be among the dead.
Tahir Elci: Kurdish lawyer spoke of death threats
Channel 4’s Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Jonathan Rugman, sat down with Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elci on October 24th. Elci died after being shot during a press conference today.
Jack Warner confronted by Channel 4 News
Our Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Rugman encounters Jack Warner in his constituency office as more corruption accusations are levelled against the former Fifa vice president.
‘For all the ruined cities’: Douma now, Dresden 70 years on
70 years on from the bombing of Dresden, and as modern-day conflicts rage in Syria and Ukraine, Jonathan Rugman looks at the German city in war and peace.
Paris siege hero: police thought I was a terrorist
Lassan Bathily, the shop assistant at the Paris kosher supermarket where gunman Amedy Coulibaly killed 4 hostages, tells Jonathan Rugman and Cleopatra Mukula Kryceve about the siege.
Airstrikes against IS continue – as new threat is issued
Allied airstrikes are hitting more Islamic State targets in Syria – striking three makeshift oil refineries near the Turkish border. Jonathan Rugman has been with Peshmerga fighters in northern Iraq.
Desperate Yazidi refugees plucked from Mt Sinjar
Watch the dramatic scenes as a military helicopter rescues Yazidis fleeing Islamic State forces in northern Iraq. Report by Jonathan Rugman, filming by Philippa Collins.