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Sherine Tadros

Middle East Correspondent

Sherine Tadros is an award-winning correspondent currently based in Cairo and covering events of the Middle East and North Africa. Most recently she has been reporting on the uprisings in Egypt, Yemen and Libya. Other assignments include her coverage of the Hariri indictments in Lebanon and the conflict in Sudan.

The highlight of her career was being one of only two foreign journalists covering the Gaza war in 2008-09, from inside Gaza. In 2009, she was nominated for an Emmy Award and a Monte Carlo Award for her outstanding work.

Sherine holds two degrees in Middle East politics and previously taught undergraduate politics at SOAS, University of London.

Latest posts

<P>If Rachel Corrie's parents lose the case over their daughter's death, it is because Israeli law will always protect its soldiers, whatever the circumstances.</P>

Last Modified: 21 Oct 2010 21:26

<P>Recent exchanges between Palestinians and Israel over the peace process have resembled a tennis contest, but unless the US&nbsp;is willing to exert real pressure on Israel on the settlement issue, the talks will be over - game, set and match.</P>

Last Modified: 14 Oct 2010 16:43

<p>I feel sorry for the new Israeli-Palestinian talks. A year and a half in the making, a million air miles flown (mostly by US envoy George Mitchell) to secure them, and still nobody seems excited about them – they weren't even given a name.</p>

Last Modified: 22 Aug 2010 14:57

<p>The Israeli foreign ministry has been busy doing damage control from the botched flotilla raid, but it's made very clear to the security establishment that another boat blunder will throw away all its efforts.</p>

Last Modified: 15 Jul 2010 00:08