Ian Woods

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Ian Woods is Sky’s Senior News Correspondent based in London. He was formerly a US and Australia correspondent and has reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Lebanon.

Since joining Sky News in 1995, Ian has covered many diverse stories; Euro ’96, the September 11 attacks, the election of Barack Obama and the arrest of Michael Jackson on child abuse charges.

Ian was the first journalist to interview Kate and Gerry McCann about the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine in Portugal, and later that year he undertook a rare journey through the Northwest Passage in Canada, revealing the extent of how global warming was dramatically reducing the amount of Arctic ice.

More recently, Ian has reported from Japan on the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami and was in Tripoli when the Gaddafi regime was overthrown.

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Articles by Ian Woods

  1. Prisoner Given Last-Minute Stay of Execution

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Sky News Correpondent. Richard Glossip and two other prisoners in Oklahoma were given temporary reprieves by the United States Supreme Court amid concerns about a drug used in executions. Midazolam is a sedative administered prior to ...

  2. Inmate Offers Rare Glimpse Of Life On Death Row

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Sky Correpondent. Richard Glossip was due to die by lethal injection on Thursday, but with just one day to go, the US Supreme Court gave him and two other prisoners a stay of execution until it ...

  3. Prisoners Given Last-Minute Stay of Execution

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Sky News Correpondent. Richard Glossip, and two other prisoners in Oklahoma, were given temporary reprieves by the United States Supreme Court amid concerns about a drug used in executions. Midazolam is a sedative administered prior to ...

  4. Mail Tries To Block JK Rowling Court Statement

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent. The best-selling author had sued for libel after the Daily Mail published an article headlined "How JK Rowling's sob story about her past as a single mother has left the churchgoers who cared ...

  5. Crowds Gather To Defy Terrorists In Paris March

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, in Paris. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls predicted the huge turnout to honour the 17 people killed in attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a kosher supermarket and the police. He told thousands ...

  6. 'Millions' Expected To Defy Terrorists In Paris

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, in Paris. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls predicted the huge turnout to honour the 17 people killed in attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a kosher supermarket and the police. He told thousands ...

  7. France Terror: Al Qaeda Threatens More Attacks

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, in Dammartin-en-Goele. The warning came as President Francois Hollande admitted the threats "weren't over" and police hunting a female suspect suggested there could be a larger terrorist cell planning further atrocities. A sharia ...

  8. Charlie Hebdo: Al Qaeda Threatens More Attacks

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, in Dammartin-en-Goele. The warning came as President Francois Hollande admitted the threats "weren't over" and police hunting a female suspect suggested there could be a larger terrorist cell planning further atrocities. A sharia ...

  9. Paris Terror Attack: Two Brothers On The Run

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, In Paris. Images have been released of brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, both in their early 30s, who are suspected of being part of the assault that left 12 people dead. Officials have ...

  10. Paris Terror Attack: Two Suspects On The Run

    Posted by - Ian Woods, Senior Correspondent, In Paris. Images have been released of brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, both in their 30s, who are suspected of being part of the attack that left 12 people dead. Officials have said ...

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