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.

United States

International college students may be forced to leave US

ICE announces that visas will be withdrawn from international students if all their classes are held online.

International college students may be forced to leave US

Asia Pacific

Dozens killed in southern Japan floods

At least 34 people are believed to have been killed in southern Japan, as torrential rain and severe flooding continues across several Asian countries.

Dozens killed in southern Japan floods

Latin America

Panama exhumes victims of 1989 US invasion

Exhumation is part of a government investigation into how they were killed.

Panama exhumes victims of 1989 US invasion

Africa

Kenya: Fans flee with pop star's body to mourn his death

Fans mourning Abenny Jachiga's death in his hometown blocked the lowering of his body into the ground.

Kenya: Fans flee with pop star's body to mourn his death

Latin America

Vaccine hunt: How mosquito saliva may stop viruses

Scientists believe they are getting closer to finding a way to prevent the next epidemic.

Vaccine hunt: How mosquito saliva may stop viruses

US & Canada

Amazon suspends police use of its facial recognition technology

Move comes after US tech giant criticised for supporting the George Floyd protesters while promoting a tool that can lead to racial profiling of African Americans.

Amazon suspends police use of its facial recognition technology

Latin America

Honduras police stop US-bound migrants before Guatemala border

Hopes of a new start shattered by the global pandemic - Al Jazeera hears from migrants stranded in Honduras.

Honduras police stop US-bound migrants before Guatemala border

Latin America

A mammoth discovery: Giant remains found near Mexico City

Archaeologists dig up the remains of about 60 of the most famous mammals of the Ice Age outside Mexico's capital.

A mammoth discovery: Giant remains found near Mexico City

Middle East

Schools in lockdown: 13-year-old takes on role of teacher in Gaza

With the state of emergency extended till June 5, schools have been turned into quarantine centres.

Schools in lockdown: 13-year-old takes on role of teacher in Gaza

Africa

Guinea police open fire on people protesting against lockdown

At least six people were killed in towns near the capital Conakry as protesters demanded an end to the coronavirus lockdown.

Guinea police open fire on people protesting against lockdown

Asia

First factory in Afghanistan to make face masks

The factory in Afghanistan is facing a challenge as it works to provide much-needed personal protective equipment.

First factory in Afghanistan to make face masks

Health

Food allergies: New findings on gut bacteria link in babies

Al Jazeera examines the link between a child's immune system and the bacteria in their mother's stomach.

Food allergies: New findings on gut bacteria link in babies