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Sky News Correspondent Changes

Sky News has announced new US, Russia and Europe Correspondents.

Michelle Clifford will replace Ian Woods as US Correspondent. Ian will return to the UK and become a Correspondent for The Sky Report.

Alex Rossi will replace Laurence Lee as Russia Correspondent. Laurence as returned to the UK, and will be a London based correspondent. Greg Milam will replace Rachel Amatt as Europe Correspondent. Rachel will also return to the UK and will be based in London.

In a further change, Jayne Secker, Correspondent for The Sky Report, moves to become a Correspondent for Five News.

Updated: Wednesday 5 April 2006

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