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foreign correspondent

noun as in journalist reporting from abroad

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She traveled the world as a foreign correspondent but “kept an interest in China” all along.

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As far as the world knows, I’m a serious foreign correspondent based in Johannesburg.

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The site of his first news story as a foreign correspondent is Gorky Park, where the crash detritus is on display as evidence of American duplicity.

The book offers an overview of her career, including her work as a foreign correspondent during the Bosnian genocide in the 1990s, her contentious meetings with world leaders, and her time working for the Obama administration.

I worked at the Times, mostly as a foreign correspondent, and met Metz just before I left the paper.

A former Vanity Fair foreign correspondent, Allman has reported from more than 90 countries.

Her foreign tours include the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and several years as a roving foreign correspondent worldwide.

For four years, foreign correspondent Heidi Vogt was always one of the first people to file when a bomb went off in Afghanistan.

I have spent the past four years as a foreign correspondent for The Associated Press in Afghanistan.

In pursuit of a dream of becoming a foreign correspondent, she moved to London to study journalism.

He was foreign correspondent for some big New York syndicate papers over there.

Foreign correspondent for different magazines both before and during the War.

A particularly interesting one is to send a letter in Esperanto to some English or foreign correspondent, enclosing a penny key.

If he could introduce a foreign correspondent of some standing here and there, that would be water for his mill.

He spent five years in Paris to further his studies, acting meanwhile as foreign correspondent to German papers.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foreign correspondent, such as: correspondent, special correspondent, stringer, and war correspondent.

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