Barnaby Phillips

Barnaby Phillips

"Barnaby Phillips joined Al Jazeera in 2006 and was based in Athens for four years, from where he covered the Greek economic crisis, political upheavals in Turkey, and Kosovo's declaration of independence. While most of his reporting for Al Jazeera has been from Europe, Barnaby has also worked in India, the United States and the Middle East.

Prior to joining Al Jazeera, he spent 15 years with the BBC, reporting mainly from Africa. He lived in Mozambique, Angola, Nigeria and South Africa. Barnaby is currently working on his first book, based on his award-winning film ""Burma Boy"", which he produced for Al Jazeera."

ISIS

Ex-ISIL fighters returning to UK 'a serious danger'

What will happen to the thousands of foreigners, including some from the United Kingdom, who have travelled to fight or support its cause?

Ex-ISIL fighters returning to UK 'a serious danger'

Middle East

How 67 words changed the course of Palestinian history

In the letter, Balfour expressed his support for "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people".

How 67 words changed the course of Palestinian history

United Kingdom

UK makes checking hospital patients' immigration status mandatory

The United Kingdom is making it mandatory for doctors to check patients' immigration status before offering them free healthcare.

UK makes checking hospital patients' immigration status mandatory

Weather

Three dead and 360,000 without power as Ophelia hits Ireland

At least three people have been killed by storm Ophelia in Ireland. It also left hundreds of thousands of houses and businesses without power.

Three dead and 360,000 without power as Ophelia hits Ireland

Europe

UK: Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of 'bungling' Brexit

The leader of Britain's opposition party says it is the 'government in waiting'. In a wide-ranging speech at the party's annual conference, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Theresa May of 'bungling' negotiations.

UK: Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of 'bungling' Brexit

Europe

London opens official inquiry into Grenfell Tower fire

An official inquiry has opened into the Grenfell tower fire in the British capital London, which killed at least 80 people in June.

London opens official inquiry into Grenfell Tower fire

Africa

Returning to Kenya's Nairobi after 40 years

With booming construction and privatisation, today's Kenyan capital is a shadow of its 1970s version.

Returning to Kenya's Nairobi after 40 years

Africa

Kenya's opposition hopeful after nullification of president's win

Presidential candidates in Kenya are back on the campaign trail after the Supreme Court annulled last month's result and ordered a new election.

Kenya's opposition hopeful after nullification of president's win

Europe

UK remembers Princess Diana 20 years after fatal car crash

Twenty years have passed since Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris with her partner Dodi Fayed. Two decades later, what is her legacy for the monarchy and British society?

UK remembers Princess Diana 20 years after fatal car crash

Europe

Brexit: ‘No immigration checks’ between Ireland, Northern Ireland

The UK says it will not reintroduce immigration checks between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit.

Brexit: ‘No immigration checks’ between Ireland, Northern Ireland

Europe

UK general election: Britons head to polls on Thursday

The snap election was called by Prime Minister May, who said she wanted to strengthen her mandate in negotiations with the EU. Labour focused its campaign on domestic issues such as health and education.

UK general election: Britons head to polls on Thursday

Europe

Scotland becomes key battleground in UK general election

In Scotland, the pro-independence Scottish National Party - which won 56 out of 59 seats in the 2015 election - is facing a challenge from Theresa May's resurgent Conservative Party.

Scotland becomes key battleground in UK general election