Sara Khairat

Sara Khairat

Sara Khairat is a British Egyptian multimedia broadcast journalist and field producer, with 10 years of experience in TV and radio. She has covered current and political affairs, business stories and sports. Prior to Al Jazeera, she worked for the BBC in London in news and programmes. Fluent in Arabic and having lived in Egypt, she has a special interest in the Middle East and the Muslim world. She has a master's degree in TV and film studies.

Asia

Mass panic and unrest amid braid chopping attacks in Kashmir

Women in Indian-administered Kashmir are being attacked for having long hair.

Mass panic and unrest amid braid chopping attacks in Kashmir

Europe

Football clubs tune into power of social media

Imagine a football team put together on social media, where the fans are the ones who influence who they play next. That is happening in the UK.

Football clubs tune into power of social media

Middle East

Red Cross: Yemen cholera cases could exceed 600,000

More than 600,000 Yemenis could have cholera before the end of the year, the International Committee of the Red Cross has warned.

Red Cross: Yemen cholera cases could exceed 600,000

Middle East

Qatar Museums hosts Picasso-Giacometti exhibition

For the first time in the Middle East, the works of two of the most important artists of the 20th century are being showcased together. An exhibition dedicated to Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti has opened in Qatar.

Qatar Museums hosts Picasso-Giacometti exhibition

Business & Economy

There's something about Cyprus

Cyprus is a tax haven and has long attracted wealthy Russians, but it could become a European energy hub.

There's something about Cyprus

Human Rights

In the mind of a champion

Paralympian Mark Colbourne talks to Al Jazeera about 'digging to the depths of his soul' to become a champion.

In the mind of a champion

Arts & Culture

Korean pop's giant leap with 'Gangnam' steps

South Korea's pop scene rakes in billions while the horse-galloping PSY video becomes most viewed in YouTube's history.

Korean pop's giant leap with 'Gangnam' steps