Diana Magnay becomes Moscow Correspondent for Sky News

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Diana Magnay becomes Moscow Correspondent for Sky News

Former CNN correspondent Diana Magnay is joining Sky News to take up the position of Moscow Correspondent.

She replaces John Sparks who becomes Africa Correspondent, while Alex Crawford is set to head up a new bureau in Istanbul, Turkey.

Thrilled to be joining Sky News as their Moscow Correspondent,” said Diana. “So proud to be part of Sky’s stellar line-up of correspondents and a fascinating time to be in Russia!”

Diana 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 recently completed an MA in International Peace and Security at the War Studies Department at Kings College London.

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