Seb Walker is the Washington DC Bureau Chief for VICE News. He's an Emmy, Peabody, and DuPont-winning journalist with more than 15 years experience in international news reporting, and was formerly the Middle East Bureau Chief & International Correspondent for VICE News Tonight, the Emmy award-winning nightly newscast.
Since joining VICE News, Walker has covered the most important international issues across the globe. In 2017, he was part of the Emmy award-winning team that won for continuing coverage of a news story in a newscast for 'Retaking Mosul,' a series of in-depth reports documenting the fight to push back ISIS from Afghanistan, Gaza, Libya, Iran and Iraq.
Recently Walker landed the first sit-down interview with Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido since President Trump recognized him as Venezuela's president.
Before joining VICE News, Walker was the host of the Emmy award-winning current affairs documentary show Fault Lines on Al Jazeera, covering stories like protests in Ferguson, the CIA torture program, the Arab Spring uprisings in Libya and Bahrain, famine in Somalia, the US withdrawal from Iraq and two presidential elections.
Previous to Fault Lines, Walker was Al Jazeera's Haiti correspondent. He arrived in Port-au-Prince less than 24 hours after the January 12 earthquake and stayed more than a year to cover Haiti's struggles with reconstruction, political chaos, and a deadly cholera epidemic.