Kamahl Santamaria

Kamahl Santamaria

Kamahl Santamaria has close to 15 years experience in television news. He's reported and anchored news, sport and business; across networks in New Zealand, Australia, and now the Middle East as a world news anchor for Al Jazeera English.

Middle East

UN calls on Saudi, Yemen government to reopen Sanaa airport

UN humanitarian agency says thousands of people needing medical help abroad cannot leave the country.

UN calls on Saudi, Yemen government to reopen Sanaa airport

Politics

One Minute Greek Debt

Want to make sense of what’s going on in Greece? Al Jazeera's Kamahl Santamaria explains in 60 seconds.

One Minute Greek Debt

Asia

Tacloban: A city destroyed, a people unbowed

My view of the world as a news anchor has changed irrevocably after a visit to Typhoon Haiyan's "ground zero".

Tacloban: A city destroyed, a people unbowed

Sport

America's Cup: Down to the wire

America’s Cup expert Kamahl Santamaria looks at what could be either one the greatest comebacks or worst chokes.

America's Cup: Down to the wire

Business & Economy

Easing off on quantitative easing

Emerging markets' currencies are being hit hard amid worries the US will taper its massive bond-buying programme.

Easing off on quantitative easing

Sport

I left my yacht in San Francisco

The 2013 edition of the America's Cup is unlikely to ever be called "a success", but not for the author.

I left my yacht in San Francisco

Sport

Flying on water, or just treading?

Sailing fan and one-time America’s Cup reporter Kamahl Santamaria attempts to explain what is happening in San Francisco

Flying on water, or just treading?

Sport

Sailing beyond the edge

After the Artemis sailing tragedy, are the America’s Cup organisers right in their pursuit of a high-octane spectacle?

Sailing beyond the edge

Sport

Sailing into history

A decade after a national sporting humiliation, New Zealand has almost rebuilt its sailing reputation.

Sailing into history

Business & Economy

Economics on ice

The host of Al Jazeera's business programme is heading to Davos, and outlines what the point of it all is.

Economics on ice

Americas

Democratic process?

A look at the ‘Electoral College’ process, and how it works or indeed, doesn't work, depending on who you talk to.

Democratic process?

Sport

After the thrill has gone

Is Felix Baumgartner’s skydive just another stunt for the Facebook generation?

After the thrill has gone