Naomi Schanen


Breaking news reporter/video producer covering global and national news

Education: City, University of London, BA in Journalism

Naomi Schanen is The Washington Post's breaking news reporter/video producer in London. Originally from Japan and Luxembourg, she studied at City, University of London. Previously, she managed the live video desk at the Associated Press.
Latest from Naomi Schanen

    Protesters set fires as Macron survives no-confidence vote

    Dozens of people were arrested across France after violent protests broke out after President Emmanuel Macron narrowly overcame no-confidence votes on Monday.

    March 21, 2023

      Asia markets fall after Credit Suisse's $53.7B loan

      Asia markets fell at market close on March 16 after Credit Suisse announced a $53.7 billion loan from Switzerland’s central bank amid fears of market contagion.

      March 16, 2023

        Trash piles high in Paris as workers continue to strike

        Paris was littered with trash as the French government’s proposed pension reform has led municipal trash collectors to go on strike for the tenth day.

        March 15, 2023

          Biden calls out 'close to sinful' anti-trans legislation

          President Biden sat down with guest host Kal Penn on March 13 for his first Daily Show appearance on “The Daily Show” since taking office.

          March 14, 2023

            Residents report nausea after Philippines oil spill

            Residents of Oriental Mindoro province in the Philippines reported nausea and headaches after a tanker sank off the coast of the island on Feb. 28.

            March 13, 2023

            A tanker sank and spilled oil. Then came reports of nausea, headaches.

            Residents in the Oriental Mindoro province in the Philippines reported symptoms of illness after the MT Princess Empress tanker sank and caused a major oil spill.

            March 9, 2023

              Mexico, U.S. to investigate Matamoros kidnapping

              Mexican and U.S. authorities vowed to investigate the kidnappings of four Americans in Matamoros, after two of them were found dead on March 7.

              March 8, 2023

                It’s International Women’s Day. How did women’s rights fare this year?

                From Roe v. Wade to girls losing out on education in Afghanistan and women protesting in Iran, how the ground shook for women around the world in the past year.

                March 8, 2023

                These Ukrainian villagers live in Cold War nuclear bunkers — and plan to stay

                Svitlana Gynzhul and other villagers in Luch, Ukraine, turned Cold War nuclear bunkers into homes after Russian shelling devastated their town.

                March 2, 2023

                  Thousands of teddy bears thrown on pitch for quake survivors

                  Soccer fans threw thousands of teddy bears onto the pitch during a match in Istanbul on Feb. 26, as donations to Turkey's child earthquake survivors.

                  February 27, 2023