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

European Union's view on Brexit amid UK election

The Liberal Democrats have promised to keep the UK in the EU, while the Labour Party is promising a chance to vote again.

European Union's view on Brexit amid UK election

Europe

UK election: Why climate change matters to British voters

That is biggest concern for voters in UK as they prepare for a crucial election.

UK election: Why climate change matters to British voters

Europe

UK voters divided over who can deliver Brexit

Brexit has divided the nation and contributed to historic levels of political polarisation ahead of the election.

UK voters divided over who can deliver Brexit

Europe

Spanish PM calls for calm in Catalonia in campaign plea

Calls for democracy not violence as Spaniards prepare for their fourth general election in four years.

Spanish PM calls for calm in Catalonia in campaign plea

Europe

Spain votes in second election this year amid secession calls

Frontrunner Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez will likely try to form coalition again as Catalonia dominates headlines.

Spain votes in second election this year amid secession calls

Europe

Grenfell fire: Criticism over London Fire Brigade response

Phase 1 of an independent public inquiry into Grenfell fire has accused London Fire Brigade of being 'gravely inadequate'.

Grenfell fire: Criticism over London Fire Brigade response

Europe

Hopes rise as EU agrees to boost Brexit talks

The decision followed a briefing of the EU's 27 ambassadors by the bloc's chief negotiator Michel Barnier, where he described discussions with his British counterpart as 'constructive'.

Hopes rise as EU agrees to boost Brexit talks

Brexit

UK PM aims to unblock stalled Brexit talks

Boris Johnson's proposals include a new regulatory zone in Northern Ireland to replace the backstop arrangement in the existing withdrawal bill.

UK PM aims to unblock stalled Brexit talks

Middle East

Iran's prisoners' families urge release of 'hostages'

International efforts have been under way on sidelines of UNGA to broker new US-Iran talks, but group of families say loved ones are held as political hostages by Tehran.

Iran's prisoners' families urge release of 'hostages'

US & Canada

UN climate talks: Activist Greta Thunberg files rights complaint

Despite official complaints about violating children's rights and Thunberg's damning speech, little action taken at UN climate talks.

UN climate talks: Activist Greta Thunberg files rights complaint

United Kingdom

Supreme Court decision on UK Parliament suspension next week

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson should find out next week whether his decision to suspend parliament ahead of the October 31 Brexit deadline was legal.

Supreme Court decision on UK Parliament suspension next week

Europe

Catalonia trial: Separatists wait for verdict

Charges include rebellion and the misuse of public funds.

Catalonia trial: Separatists wait for verdict