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.

Latin America

Venezuela's healthcare system continues to deteriorate

The suffering of Venezuelans who need medical care is being compounded by the political and economic crisis.

Venezuela's healthcare system continues to deteriorate

Middle East

Qatar arts: Major new projects despite blockade

Ambitious new art and cultural projects are opening as Qatar gears up for the FIFA World Cup in 2022.

Qatar arts:  Major new projects despite blockade

Africa

Algeria elections: No candidates register successfully

Some are calling for the election to be delayed and for the creation of an independent election-monitoring body.

Algeria elections: No candidates register successfully

Asia

Afghan poverty: Many struggle to make ends meet

The situation remains bleak for millions of Afghans who have suffered under war and poverty.

Afghan poverty: Many struggle to make ends meet

Middle East

Yemen war: Sanaa air raids victims slam Saudi-UAE coalition

The Saudi-UAE-led coalition in Yemen now says it will investigate, what it calls, a possible accidental attack.

Yemen war: Sanaa air raids victims slam Saudi-UAE coalition

Middle East

UN: Two-thirds of child soldiers in Yemen fight for Houthi rebels

A report documented the recruitment of more than 800 child soldiers in 2017 in Yemen - including some as young as 11 years old.

UN: Two-thirds of child soldiers in Yemen fight for Houthi rebels

Middle East

Hodeidah's displaced flee fighting, seek refuge in Lahij

Camps are being set up in the neighbouring province to accommodate those displaced by fighting in the port city.

Hodeidah's displaced flee fighting, seek refuge in Lahij

World Cup 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018: Egypt miss Salah on the field

Mohamed Salah's 26th birthday was no cause for the Pharaohs to celebrate as Egypt lost their opening World Cup match in St Petersburg.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Egypt miss Salah on the field

Middle East

Art meets activism in Ai Weiwei show in Qatar

Doha's Fire Station art gallery expects exhibition on refugee crisis to inspire local artists to produce thought-provoking work.

Art meets activism in Ai Weiwei show in Qatar

Middle East

Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began

More than 3,000 new businesses have opened in Qatar since a Saudi-led bloc imposed a blockade in June.

Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began

Iran

Iran protests: Social media blocked, fake news thrives

Fake news is being shared online and tainting the conversation about what is actually happening in Iran today.

Iran protests: Social media blocked, fake news thrives

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