Benjamin Hall is a British journalist residing in Washington, D.C. who works as a State Department correspondent for Fox News Channel.
In July of 2015, he became a member of the network. Inside ISIS: The Brutal Rise of a Terrorist Army is his first book.
Hall started out as a Middle East journalist. Since 2007, he has reported from the front lines for The New York Times, The Times of London, The Sunday Times, The Independent, The BBC, and other publications, frequently as one of the first reporters on the scene.
During the siege of Misrata, Libya, Hall snuck himself into the city and reported on Muammar Qaddafi’s indiscriminate bombing of the local populace for Esquire Magazine, Channel 4 News, and others.
He covered the siege of the Mogadishu parliament for The Times in 2014 while embedded with UN soldiers. From Egypt, Haiti, and Iran, he has reported. He served on the jury of the Kurdish Film Festival in London.
Is Benjamin Hall a US Citizen?
Yes. Benjamin Hall is a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Where is Benjamin Hall?
Hall has been in Kyiv reporting for Fox News Media. According to reports, he has been injured and hospitalized.
His injury was initially made public by Fox News host John Roberts on Monday afternoon, just days after an American journalist was killed in Ukraine.