Sherine Tadros is a former foreign correspondent for Sky News.
Before joining Sky in June 2014, she worked for Al Jazeera English as the channel’s correspondent in Gaza before working as an anchor based in Doha Qatar.
Tadros started her journalism career as Al Arabiya’s senior producer in London, working across Europe for the Dubai-based network. She led the team for the UK general elections in 2005 and covered the London bombings the same year.
In 2005, Sherine joined Al Jazeera in London and a year later moved to Doha as a reporter/producer, reporting from across the world from the US to the Middle East. Highlights include covering the Hamas takeover of Gaza, the US presidential race and the seizure of Beirut by Hezbollah in May 2007.
Sherine holds two degrees in Middle East politics and taught undergraduate politics at SOAS, University of London.
Sherine on Twitter: @SherineT
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