Sarah Abo reports for SBS World News from SBS’s Melbourne newsroom.
She started her career at Network Ten in Adelaide as a reporter and presenter, before moving to the Melbourne newsroom.
Sarah joined SBS World News in Melbourne as a presenter and reporter in 2013.
She was a US Presidential Election correspondent, anchoring SBS's nightly coverage live from Washington DC, New York and other states in America.
Earlier in 2016, Sarah traveled to Kabul for Anzac Day, covering Australia's role in the Afghanistan war, fifteen years on.
In 2014, Sarah was involved in SBS's Brazil World Cup coverage, anchoring the sports bulletin nightly from the Rio studio, as well as live news updates throughout evening and late news bulletins.
She filed news stories daily and a feature for SBS's international current affairs program, Dateline.
Sarah was a 2014 CNN Journalism Fellow, spending three weeks at the broadcaster's HQ in Atlanta.
In 2015, Sarah travelled to Paris, reporting from the COP21 Climate Conference.
Locally, she has covered news from major crime scenes, the Victorian bushfires, the 2013 federal election campaign and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and travelled to Tasmania to file stories during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s official visit.
Sarah was born in Syria and holds a BA with Honours in Journalism from Monash University.