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In a memo to staff on Friday, Global Sports Editor Ricardo Zuniga announced that James Robson is AP’s new global soccer correspondent:
This week AP announced eight key leadership positions, including the US News leadership team and a new director of global text.
The recent recapturing of territory from the Russians in the Kharkiv region by the Ukrainian armed forces has raised a question: Should AP use the term “liberated” for these towns and villages?
In a memo to staff on Wednesday, Deputy News Director for Africa Andrew Drake announced that Evelyne Musambi is AP’s new East Africa reporter:
In a memo to staff, News Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Eduardo Castillo announced Megan Janetsky is AP’s new English-language correspondent for Cuba and the Caribbean: