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

Italy hosts conference to end Libya's seven-year war

The peace conference in Palermo brings together not just Libya's major opposing sides, but competing foreign powers, as well.

Italy hosts conference to end Libya's seven-year war

United Nations

Khashoggi killing brings attention to UN press freedom day

Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance and killing is only one of many attacks on journalists this year and the UN notes that in nine of 10 cases, the killers escape justice.

Khashoggi killing brings attention to UN press freedom day

United Kingdom

UK PM May says Brexit deal still within reach

After negotiations ground again to a halt, this time over Ireland, British civil servants have begun preparing for the country to crash out of the EU without a deal.

UK PM May says Brexit deal still within reach

Health

Mental illness will affect one in four people around the globe

On World Mental Health Day, Al Jazeera takes a look at Scandinavian countries, which report the happiest populations in the world, but still have high rates of depression and suicide.

Mental illness will affect one in four people around the globe

Europe

Sweden election: The far right is on the rise

The influence of the far right is being increasingly noticed in Sweden as security and immigration top the agenda.

Sweden election: The far right is on the rise

Europe

Georgia protesters demand Russia end its 'occupation'

Georgia marks 10 years since a war with Russia that left the country dismembered.

Georgia protesters demand Russia end its 'occupation'

Europe

Russia-Georgia war: 10 years since conflict

The five-day conflict in 2008 centred on South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two breakaway provinces in Georgia.

Russia-Georgia war: 10 years since conflict

Europe

UK farmers call for summit over drought crisis

As the heatwave in northern Europe continues, farmers in Britain have called an emergency 'drought summit' to address the effect the heat is having on food security.

UK farmers call for summit over drought crisis

Europe

UK Labour Party dogged by anti-Semitism claims

A scandal involving allegations of institutional anti-Semitism has dogged Labour for weeks, and the political left for decades.

UK Labour Party dogged by anti-Semitism claims

Europe

EU position on Brexit must evolve: Theresa May

Predictions of Theresa May's political demise are still swirling as she struggles to reconcile opposing views within her party and the EU's negotiating position on Brexit.

EU position on Brexit must evolve: Theresa May

Europe

Hungary PM dogged by corruption allegations

Critics of Victor Orban claim that EU funds for public investment are being funnelled to well-connected businessmen and spent on vanity projects.

Hungary PM dogged by corruption allegations

ICC

ICC's 20th anniversary: Examining the world's worst atrocities

ICC set up to criminailise war crimes.

ICC's 20th anniversary: Examining the world's worst atrocities