Foreign affairs journalist, EU Observer
Andrew Rettman is a foreign affairs journalist with EUobserver, a Brussels-based news agency. He focuses on Russia and the Middle East but also does investigative reports on espionage and money-laundering.
He has been the target of three SLAPPs in the past three years, including for stories on Daphné Caruana Galizia and Alexander Lukashenko.
Andrew Rettman has won a Magnitsky Prize for human-rights reporting and a US State Department IVLP award for transatlantic journalism. He has freelanced for The Times and the Telegraph. He is 47 and was born in Poland. He grew up in the UK.