Haaretz Shuffles New York Staff

Taly Krupkin moves up to New York correspondent.

After five years as Haaretz senior U.S. editor, Chemi Shalev has returned to Israel, where he will continue to write as a columnist about matters involving the Israeli-American community. His departure left a void that has essentially been filled at the Israeli newspaper by Taly Krupkin.


From today’s announcement by Haaretz editor in chief Aluf Benn:

Krupkin joined Haaretz’s foreign news desk in 2013. Over the past year, she has written news and features from across the United States and was part of the newspaper’s team covering the presidential election. She holds M.A. and B.A. degrees in English Literature.

Haaretz has also appointed a Washington D.C. correspondent, Amir Tibon, who will start in January. He is currently a diplomatic correspondent for Walla News. Congrats to both.

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