Jason Bellini

Jason Bellini

Jason Bellini

International Correspondent

Jason Bellini is Scripps News’s international correspondent. Currently, his primary assignment is covering the war in Ukraine. He joined Scripps News in 2021. An alum of CNN, Bloomberg News, and the Wall Street Journal, Bellini has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Kosovo and Iraq. He focuses on telling the stories of remarkable individuals who are being put to the test by the most extraordinary of circumstances.

Ukraine's Women Warriors   Russia-Ukraine War: On the Ground

Recent Work
A man walks over debris of a psychiatric hospital that was heavily damaged after a Russian attack.

Ukrainian Forces Retake Russian-Held Territory Near Kharkiv

Gleb Ivankovich, before and after a Russian missile attack

Ukrainian Plastic Surgeons Are Treating Wounded Civilians For Free

Roman Mauser inside the catacombs beneath Odesa

Odesa's Catacombs: Same Strange Bomb Shelter, Different Enemy

International Atomic Energy Agency director Rafael Grossi inspects the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant

Fighting Goes On Near Ukraine Nuclear Plant; Watchdog Agency On-Site

Director general of the IAEA Rafael Mariano Grossi speaks to authorities.

Atomic Energy Inspectors Get Inside Nuclear Plant Targeted By Russia

Director general of nuclear watchdog Rafael Mariano Grossi speaks to authorities.

U.N. Inspectors Arrive At Ukraine Nuclear Plant Amid Fighting

inside of a fighter jet

Ukrainian Fighter Pilots, Firing U.S. Missiles, Get Back in the Fight

Jason Bellini and Ryan Hendrickson talking

Former U.S. Special Forces Wounded Warrior Hunts Land Mines In Ukraine

People are shown in a Ukrainian railway car.

How Ukraine's Railway System Became Crucial To Its War Survival

A Russian serviceman guards a nuclear power station.

Russia's Use Of Nuclear Power Plant Almost Caused A Radiation Disaster

A saxophone player in Ukraine

The Human Impacts Of 6 Months Of War In Ukraine

Ukrainian police officer Ruslan Huseinov stands on a destroyed bridge in the city of Irpin

It's Been 6 Months Since The War In Ukraine Started

People look at Ukrainian flags.

Ukrainian Leaders Fear Russian Action Marking 6 Months Of Invasion

Motorists charge their vehicles at a Tesla charging station in Emeryville

Why Aren’t There More Electric Vehicles On The Road?

child eating

Children Are In Danger In Many Countries Due To A Food Shortage

Terry Gately

An American Escapes Russian Intimidation In Ukraine

Olena Zelenska, second from left, spouse of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, walks out of the State Department

Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska Makes Remarks To Congress

Iryna Dmytriyeva and her daughter Liza

Russian Missile Attack In Vinnytsia, Ukraine, Kills 23 People

an explosion

Ukraine's New Rocket Systems Appear To Be Setting Russia Back

Newsy Tonight Presents: Faces Of The War

Faces Of The War

Grain from Ukraine

Ukrainian Grain Is Being Stolen By Russia Amid The War


Russia Claims Key Victory In Eastern Ukraine

Majullah, a victim of the earthquake

Earthquake Creates Humanitarian Crisis In Afghanistan

shopping mall hit by missiles

Ukraine Receives Same Defensive System That Protects The White House

A field hospital in Mykolayiv, Ukraine receives a Starlink terminal in April

Ukraine Receives Starlink Satellite Internet System From Elon Musk

Two military men are pictured.

2 Missing Americans Found In Russian Captivity May Get Death Penalty

People clear out debris of an apartment building damaged by shelling in Mykolaivka, eastern Ukraine

Families Want Information On Missing Americans In Ukraine

Denys Kratt

Pride Month Holds New Weight For LGBTQ Ukrainians

A pile of grain in Ukraine

Food Prices, Hunger On The Rise Around The World Amid War In Ukraine

High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS

U.S. Sending Ukraine Advanced Weapons Systems