“Through” in the news

Example collocations

passed through
passes through
passing through
runs through
went through

Publications and example sentences

· Haiti voodoo leaders prepare temples for patients  
This year, like many Indonesians, he will only see family and friends through video calls.
The Age
· WA storm LIVE: More than 60,000 spend night without power as path of destruction revealed  
Geraldton resident Sharree Bronson said she was driving on Sunday when the storm hit and a branch pierced through her window.
Seeking Alpha
· SurveyMonkey: A Long-Time Favorite  
Having been in the business for over 20 years, the company went through a period of accelerated growth in the 2010s, upon the acquisition of Bain Capital and the appointment of the late Dave Goldberg as the CEO.
The China Post
· Spanish league wants to resume with Seville derby on June 11  
He said all teams must go through all the phases already established in the league’s return-to-training protocol, but there could be different confinement measures in place for different regions of the country.
Seeking Alpha
· Kraft Heinz Is A Buy  
I think Kraft Heinz is a great buy at current prices, and I'll go through my reasoning below.
· One German church service resulted in dozens of coronavirus infections  
Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding.
Yonhap News
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 25)  
The sanctions ban all inter-Korean trade and economic cooperation and bar North Korean ships from sailing through South Korean waters or dropping anchor at ports in the South.
The New York Times
· Suriname’s Strongman Shrugs Off Murder Sentence in Re-election Bid  
Appealing the ruling and avoiding prison through presidential immunity, he is instead running for re-election.
The Age
· Coronavirus LIVE Queensland updates: students return to school as national death toll stands at 102  
And thanks for joining the Brisbane Times team as we take you through the latest developments on the COVID-19 front.