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foreign correspondent

n.
A correspondent who sends news reports or commentary from a foreign country.

foreign correspondent

n
(Journalism & Publishing) journalism a reporter who visits or resides in a foreign country in order to report on its affairs

for′eign correspond′ent


n.
a correspondent, as for a newspaper, assigned to send back news reports from a foreign country.
[1945]
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Noun1.foreign correspondent - a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a foreign country for publication or broadcast
newspaperman, newspaperwoman, newswriter, pressman, correspondent - a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
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The surprising success of this weblog, and the initially unclear identity of its author (who soon emerged as the Iraqi assistant to a foreign correspondent for the New Yorker), shows the general state of skepticism toward official information sources, as well as the tricky attempt to offer some opposition to the popular US media and its largely pro-government stance.
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Foreign correspondent Arthur Kent, who gained fame dodging Iraqi Scud missiles during the Persian Gulf War and notoriety in a bitter contract dispute with NBC, is joining the Cable News Network.
One of my American friends presumed recently, "After having worked three years as a foreign correspondent in Washington and New York, you must have a lot of contacts here.
Geraldo Rivera, veteran foreign correspondent and winner of over 170 journalism awards, will make a special guest appearance at the inaugural Premios Fox Sports, the first awards show to honor Hispanic and Latin American athletes in a variety of categories including soccer, baseball, motor sports, tennis and golf.
Edgar Snow, the premier China correspondent, perhaps the premier foreign correspondent, of this century, often found himself caught between two emotional Chinas, one dark, one light.
Yovich brings more than 15 years experience as a journalist to MMT, including three years as Senior Foreign Correspondent for United Press International, where he served as Sarajevo Bureau Chief during the Bosnian conflict, and a stint as Senior Financial Writer for BridgeNews.
His rise in the organization had been rapid: at 22, clerk to James Reston; at 23, covering energy, one of the most important stories in the country; at 24, a full member of the Washington bureau; at 29, a foreign correspondent in a prestige bureau.
Cuscatlan has agreed to sell its rights to all dollar-denominated payment orders remitted to its Salvadoran, Costa Rican, and Guatemalan operations by designated foreign correspondent banks.

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