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."

Kosovo

Return to Berkovo, the village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Barnaby Phillips returns to Kosovo 10 years after independence, to see what's changed in a village where ethnic Serbs and Albanians live side by side.

Return to Berkovo, the village where Serbs and Albanians coexist in Kosovo

Europe

Where is Northern Ireland, 20 years later?

Peace dividend of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement is tangible, but entrenched divisions and uncertainty persist.

Where is Northern Ireland, 20 years later?

Sri Lanka

Exclusive: Evidence of ongoing torture of Sri Lankan Tamils

Al Jazeera has uncovered allegations and evidence of security forces continuing to use torture against Tamils in Sri Lanka.

Exclusive: Evidence of ongoing torture of Sri Lankan Tamils

Europe

Oxfam managers grilled by UK MPs over sex scandal

British MPs are questioning Oxfam about the alleged sexual abuse in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. But others say the problem is wider and deeper than the Haiti incident and involves more aid organisations.

Oxfam managers grilled by UK MPs over sex scandal

Europe

UK targets a modern health scourge: loneliness

Minister appointed to help the vulnerable in a society where more than half of all over-75-year-olds live alone.

UK targets a modern health scourge: loneliness

Europe

Museum of London marks 100 years of women's suffrage

This week marks 100 years since women won the right to vote in the UK.

Museum of London marks 100 years of women's suffrage

United Kingdom

London mosque attacker convicted of murder

Darren Osborne, who wrote a hate-filled note then took a van to kill Muslims, has been convicted of murder for the Finsbury Park attack he executed.

London mosque attacker convicted of murder

United Kingdom

UK seeks to boost trade with China

Prime Minister Theresa May is going to China to boost trade, but will she be seen as a strong partner?

UK seeks to boost trade with China

Scotland

Scottish community fights for right to buy island on sale

Ulva, a remote Scottish island, is up for sale, and the government is deciding whether to give the local community the right to buy it, instead of it being sold on the open market.

Scottish community fights for right to buy island on sale

Scotland

Ownership battle heats up over Scottish island of Ulva

The community has only months to raise US$6m required to buy Ulva before private investors can make an offer.

Ownership battle heats up over Scottish island of Ulva

Europe

Report: Women groped at men-only charity gala in London

Financial Times investigation finds groping and sexual harassment at men-only charity event in London.

Report: Women groped at men-only charity gala in London

United Kingdom

UK's May to eliminate 'avoidable plastic waste' by 2042

Millions of tonnes of plastics enter the oceans every year, and some take hundreds of years to biodegrade.

UK's May to eliminate 'avoidable plastic waste' by 2042