Sarah has covered stories ranging from the challenges flower growers face in the Gaza Strip to Tunisia's push to combat militants.

In Libya, she exposed the psychological suffering of non-combatants affected by war. In Jordan, she covered local response to an influx of Syrian refugees. In Egypt, she covered a start-up zipping commuters down the Nilea story that went beyond daily turmoil in the Middle East to discover how history and a host of traffic knots inspired one family to innovate.

Here is a sample of her work:

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Sinai Becomes Prison for African Migrants

THE NEW YORK TIMES     October 31, 2012

 

Nile River: Egypt's Artery In More Ways Than One

USA TODAY     JUNE 18, 2014

 

Supporting Women's Leadership for a Post-Conflict Syria

AL-FANAR MEDIA     OCTOBER 20, 2016

 

Egyptian men explain their relentless catcalls

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR     JUNE 24, 2011

 

ISIS Thrives in Libya 5 Years After Uprising That Toppled Gaddafi

VOCATIV     February 19, 2016

 

The Fight Against Sexual Harassment on Arab Campuses

AL-FANAR MEDIA/THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION     May 23, 2013

 

Egypt's mood sways on belly dancers

USA TODAY     August 28, 2014

 

Could Tunisia be the next big travel destination?

USA TODAY     April 22, 2014

 

Egypt's budding entrepreneurs get boost from U.S.

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR     June 27, 2011

 

Gated enclaves for the affluent sprout in Egypt

USA TODAY     September 7, 2014