“Correspondent” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Dominic Cummings row: senior health official says lockdown rules 'apply to all' →
Hannah Devlin Science correspondent
· George Williams: England half-back making big impact in NRL →
BBC rugby league correspondent
· “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.
· British and Irish Lions: Murrayfield favourite to host home Test before South Africa tour →
BBC rugby union correspondent
· 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:
· 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
· 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.
· 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.