Sky News will reshuffle their foreign correpsondents this summer with Alex Crawford moving to Johannesburg, Africa.
Alex, a three time RTS award winner, will replace Emma Hurd who will head back to Jerusalem as Middle East correspondent.
Stuart Ramsay will transfer from Delhi to Dubai.
Robert Nisbet will make way for Dominic Waghorn as U.S. correspondent. Robert will take up Alex Rossi’s post in Brussels as Europe correspondent.
Alex Rossi will move to India.
And Jonathan Samuels will move down-under to replace Ian Woods as Australia correspondent.
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