“Correspondent” in the news

Example collocations

foreign correspondent
news correspondent
political correspondent
special correspondent
war correspondent

Publications and example sentences

The Guardian
· Dominic Cummings row: senior health official says lockdown rules 'apply to all'  
Hannah Devlin Science correspondent
BBC Sport
· George Williams: England half-back making big impact in NRL  
BBC rugby league correspondent
Vogue.com
· “It Is Your Duty Not to Burn Your Own House Down for Anger With an Enemy” – Killer Mike's Powerful Message to Atlanta Protestors  
Lance Bottoms also directly condemned the vandalization of the CNN headquarters, pointing out that earlier that day, a black man, CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez, had been arrested while covering protests over Floyd's death in Minneapolis.
BBC Sport
· British and Irish Lions: Murrayfield favourite to host home Test before South Africa tour  
BBC rugby union correspondent
The Guardian
· George Floyd protests: Minnesota governor urges 'peace at this time' after night of chaos – live  
Here’s the introduction to our main news report, filed by Chris McGreal from Minneapolis and other correspondents:
Al Jazeera
· AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacy  
Helen Branswell - senior infectious disease reporter, STAT NewsKai Kupferschmidt - contributing correspondent, Science MagazineVidya Krishnan - health and science journalist
The Independent
· Police officer ‘fires pepper balls at journalist’ as George Floyd protests spread across US  
CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez and two other colleagues were arrested while covering violent and fiery protests in the city.
The Guardian
· Police violence in America: six years after Ferguson, George Floyd's killing shows little has changed  
Tom McCarthy, national affairs correspondent
The New York Times
· In Lockdown, a Neighborhood Opens Up  
He has started accepting “foreign correspondents,” who write missives from well beyond Bernal Heights.
The New York Times
· A Mile-Long Line for Free Food in Geneva, One of World’s Richest Cities  
Patrick Kingsley, an international correspondent, and Laetitia Vancon, a photojournalist, are driving more than 3,700 miles to explore the reopening of the European continent after coronavirus lockdowns.