Ms. Williamson has worked for BBC News for over a decade, covering stories in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. She is currently the BBC`s Seoul Correspondent, covering events in both North and South Korea. She previously spent three years as the BBC`s Jakarta Correspondent, covering Indonesia`s recovery from the tsunami and multiple bomb attacks, and East Timor`s unsteady path to stability. During shorter postings in India and the Middle East, she reported on Israel`s withdrawal from Gaza, the Israeli-Lebanon conflict, and the death of Yasser Arafat; and produced a series of radio reports from Baghdad in the aftermath of the Iraq War. As well as covering breaking news, Ms. Williamson has made documentaries on the political conflict in Thailand, East Timor`s `lost children`, and North Korea`s people-smugglers.