Diana Magnay is Moscow correspondent for Sky News
She is an experienced journalist who has in-depth experience covering international affairs for CNN and Channel 4 News including the Arab Spring, war in Ukraine and numerous deployments to Russia.
She led CNN’s breaking news coverage on a range of stories from the political crisis in Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea to the release of Khodorkovsky and Pussy Riot in Russia, the massacre in Utoya, Norway and austerity-related protests in Greece.
Her reporting has taken her from Seoul and Tokyo to Egypt, Iraq, South Africa, Russia and to most countries within Europe.
Magnay started off with CNN in London as a production assistant in January 2001. She has produced all CNN’s flagship international news and business programmes during major news events such as the Iraq War, the Tsunami and the London bombings in July 2005.
Magnay has a BA in Modern History from the University of Oxford.
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