Jonah Hull

Jonah Hull

Jonah Hull has been a broadcast journalist for more than 15 years. Currently a roving news correspondent and presenter based in London, Jonah joined Al Jazeera English prior to the channel's launch in 2006.

He was appointed Moscow correspondent, spending three years in Russia covering Vladimir Putin's first presidential term, and the regional upheaval, including Russia's 2008 war with neighbouring Georgia, for which he won a Foreign Press Association award in the UK.

Jonah has travelled widely on assignment for Al Jazeera, covering major stories in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, including the 2010 Haiti earthquake, floods in Pakistan, the World Cup in South Africa and the death of Nelson Mandela, civil war in Libya and Europe's euro and refugee crises.

Prior to joining Al Jazeera, Jonah worked for Sky News in London and the Associated Press news agency, for whom he was posted to the United Nations in Geneva in 2001.

Jonah worked for AP extensively in Israel and Gaza during the second intifada, as well as in Afghanistan in 2001, Kosovo, Kuwait and Baghdad.

Europe

Catalonia trial: Separatists wait for verdict

Charges include rebellion and the misuse of public funds.

Catalonia trial: Separatists wait for verdict

Europe

Peterborough poll sends chilling message to UK Conservatives

As Labour wins seat, Brexit Party sends Tories to third place in by-election.

Peterborough poll sends chilling message to UK Conservatives

Europe

Trump's UK visit: Pomp and protests await US president

Last year, Trump avoided central London where hundreds of thousands took to the streets to protest against his visit.

Trump's UK visit: Pomp and protests await US president

Ukraine

Ukraine corruption crisis haunts president's re-election bid

Many say Petro Poroshenko failed to deliver promises to tackle graft, which is a key issue in the presidential vote.

Ukraine corruption crisis haunts president's re-election bid

Europe

Ukraine economic hub crippled after over four years of war

Conflict with Russia-backed fighters in east devastated country's economically important region, with no end in sight.

Ukraine economic hub crippled after over four years of war

Nigeria

Observers advocate transparency in Nigeria's electoral process

The Independent National Electoral Commission has confirmed incidents of ballot box destruction, voter intimidation and abduction of election officials.

Observers advocate transparency in Nigeria's electoral process

Africa

Nigeria's election: Concerns for low turnout after delay

Many see last week’s delay as evidence of manipulation, with both the camps accusing each other of trying to rig the vote.

Nigeria's election: Concerns for low turnout after delay

Europe

Plight of refugees highlighted at World Economic Forum

Headlining world leaders may not be in Davos this year, but many of the global elite still are and it is still a place to strike deals - and maybe even create some change.

Plight of refugees highlighted at World Economic Forum

Europe

Climate change high on agenda at World Economic Forum

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warns world is running out of time to contain climate change.

Climate change high on agenda at World Economic Forum

United Kingdom

Uncertainty and 'Brexit paralysis' fears in UK as deadline looms

Theresa May's Brexit deal is coming to a vote before Parliament in the UK, but if it fails, the path forward becomes considerably less clear - and not just for Brexit.

Uncertainty and 'Brexit paralysis' fears in UK as deadline looms

Europe

Homeless suffer as winter makes harsh Hungarian law harsher

Last year, Hungary made homelessness a criminal offence, leading to action against people living on the streets.

Homeless suffer as winter makes harsh Hungarian law harsher

Europe

UK’s no-deal Brexit rehearsal with mass truck convoy

Legislators criticized this exercise as a waste of time and money.

UK’s no-deal Brexit rehearsal with mass truck convoy