The ‘safe haven’ Flyp climbing gym was among the many structures blown away in the August 4 explosion.
Sara Khairat is a British Egyptian journalist who's worked on a number of award-winning interactive TV and radio news programmes including BBC's 'Worl... d Have Your Say' and as a presenter on the Emmy-nominated 'AJNewsgrid' newshour. She reports on international and breaking news with a focus on the Middle East. Her fluency in Arabic and understanding of the region has shaped her reports on unrest, protests and the migrant crisis. She's interested in grassroots stories on diversity, women and environmental sustainability, and has a passion for rock climbing. Instagram: @sara.khairat.tv
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