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NYT Middle East
Jul 16, 2019

Epstein's Ties to Former Israeli Leader Shake Up Election Campaign
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demands an inquiry into ties between his challenger, Ehud Barak, and the U.S. financier charged with sex crimes.

NYT Middle East
Jul 16, 2019

Former Israeli Leader's Ties to Epstein Churn Israeli Election Campaign
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demands an inquiry into ties between his challenger, Ehud Barak, and the U.S. financier charged with sex crimes.

NYT Middle East
Jul 16, 2019

Iran's Top Leader Strikes Defiant Tone as Trump Says ‘We're Not Looking for Regime Change'
The remarks by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested he had no interest in using diplomacy to resolve escalating tensions between Iran and the West.

NYT Middle East
Jul 16, 2019

Rejecting Diplomacy, Iran's Top Leader Vows to Avenge ‘Vicious' Seizure of Tanker
The remarks by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested he had no interest in using diplomacy to resolve escalating tensions between Iran and the West.

NYT Middle East
Jul 15, 2019

E.U. Ministers, Scrambling to Save Iran Nuclear Deal, Play Down Breaches
"There is no alternative" to the 2015 deal that President Trump has rejected and Iran is backing away from, the European Union's foreign policy chief said.

NYT Middle East
Jul 15, 2019

E.U. Ministers, Scrambling to Save Iran Nuclear Deal, Say Breaches Are Still Not Major
"There is no alternative" to the 2015 deal that President Trump has rejected and Iran is backing away from, the European Union's foreign policy chief said.

NYT Middle East
Jul 15, 2019

E.U. Foreign Ministers Scramble to Save Iran Deal
The British foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, said that there was a "small window" left to salvage the nuclear deal but that the opportunity wouldn't last.

NYT Middle East
Jul 14, 2019

American Woman Loses Custody Battle for Daughter in Saudi Arabia
In bitter court fight, Bethany Vierra accused her ex-husband of abuse and drug use. He fought back with pictures of her in a bikini and with her hair uncovered.

NYT Middle East
Jul 14, 2019

Israeli Education Minister Advocates Debunked Gay Conversion Therapy
Many called for the dismissal of the new minister, Rafael Peretz, after he endorsed a discredited practice intended to change sexual orientation.

NYT Middle East
Jul 13, 2019

U.K. Offers to Return Seized Iranian Oil Tanker
In exchange, Iran would be asked to guarantee the oil will not go to Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jul 13, 2019

After a Police Shooting, Ethiopian Israelis Seek a ‘Black Lives Matter' Reckoning
The fatal shooting of a black teenager by Israeli police has set off angry protests in a community that has faced a long history of discrimination.

NYT Middle East
Jul 12, 2019

House Passes $733 Billion Defense Bill Checking Trump's War Powers
The House passed a bipartisan provision that would require the president to get Congress's approval before authorizing military force against Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jul 12, 2019

House Votes to Check Trump's Authority to Strike Iran
The House passed a bipartisan provision that would require the president to get Congress's approval before authorizing military force against Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

U.A.E. Pulls Most Forces From Yemen in Blow to Saudi War Effort
The major reduction in troops by the Emiratis, the military linchpin of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, is a belated recognition that the war is no longer winnable.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

Iran Tried to Block British Tanker in Persian Gulf, U.K. Says
Amid rising tensions in the gulf, the Iranian vessels turned away only after receiving warnings from a British Navy ship, the government said.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

General Calls Rushed Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan a ‘Strategic Mistake'
Gen. Mark A. Milley's comments came during his Senate confirmation hearing for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

Europe Shut These Migrants Out, Then Libyan Rebels Bombed Them
A Times investigation shows that the migrants and refugees killed by a July 2 airstrike near Tripoli were being detained next to a weapons depot — a prime target in the country's civil war.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

Iranian Boats Tried to Block British Tanker in Persian Gulf, U.K. Says
The Iranian vessels only turned away after receiving warnings from a British Navy ship accompanying a commercial tanker, the government said in a statement.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

3 Iranian Boats Tried to Block British Tanker in Persian Gulf, U.K. Says
The Iranian vessels only turned away after receiving "verbal warnings" from a British Navy vessel accompanying a commercial vessel, the government said in a statement.

NYT Middle East
Jul 11, 2019

Europe Shut These Migrants Out, Libyan Rebels Bombed Them
A Times investigation shows that the African migrants killed by a July 2 airstrike in Libya were being detained near a weapons depot — a prime target in the country's civil war. Before the attack, the E.U. ignored calls to move the migrants.

NYT Middle East
Jul 10, 2019

Five Iranian Boats Approach British Tanker in Persian Gulf
"It was harassment and an attempt to interfere with the passage," an official said.

NYT Middle East
Jul 10, 2019

Reporters Without Borders Urges Saudi Arabia to Free 30 Jailed Journalists
The press freedom group met with the Saudi foreign minister and justice minister this year, in a visit spurred by outrage over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Jul 10, 2019

Touring the Israeli Occupation: Young U.S. Jews Get an Unflinching View
Birthright Israel, which takes young Jews to Israel, has been criticized for ignoring the Palestinians. A Times reporter joins an alternative tour set up by J Street, a liberal lobbying group.

NYT Middle East
Jul 09, 2019

Europeans Warn of Formal Complaint Against Iran, a Threat to Nuclear Deal
The foreign ministers of France, Germany and Britain called on Iran to return to full compliance "without delay" and moved closer to filing a formal complaint, a step that could collapse the accord.

NYT Middle East
Jul 09, 2019

Iran Nuclear Deal Under New Threat as Europeans Consider Complaint
Three countries called on Iran to return to full compliance "without delay" and moved closer to a formal complaint, which could collapse the accord.

NYT Middle East
Jul 09, 2019

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Hezbollah Officials Accused of Supporting Iran
The sanctions were the first to directly target members of Lebanon's Parliament and underscored the White House's intention to ratchet up pressure on Iran by punishing groups tied to its government.

NYT Middle East
Jul 09, 2019

U.S. Missiles Found in Libyan Rebel Camp Were First Sold to France
The discovery of the Javelin missiles confirmed longstanding fears that foreign sponsorship on all sides of Libya's conflict is amplifying the fighting.

NYT Middle East
Jul 09, 2019

Imagining the Moon
The moon in art has changed from symbol to something real, but that hasn't changed our will to see it.

NYT Middle East
Jul 08, 2019

West Bank Grows Calmer as Pocketbook Issues Take Priority Over Protests
A lull in protests appears to bolster the Trump administration's belief that economic growth will produce peace. But Palestinians say the calm is a symptom of despair.

NYT Middle East
Jul 08, 2019

Sarah Parcak Thinks We Need to Learn From the Fall of Egypt's Old Kingdom
In a new book, the archaeologist makes the case that ancient history illuminates solutions to modern problems.

NYT Middle East
Jul 08, 2019

Iran Says It Has Surpassed Critical Nuclear Enrichment Level in 2015 Deal
The country said it has enriched uranium above a 3.67 percent limit laid out in the 2015 nuclear deal. China, another signatory, accused the U.S. of "bullying" Tehran with sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Jul 07, 2019

Iran Announces New Breach of Nuclear Deal Limits and Threatens Further Violations
The deputy foreign minister said Iran would take additional steps over the limits on uranium enrichment in the accord unless it gets sanctions relief.

NYT Middle East
Jul 07, 2019

Iran Announces New Breach of Nuclear Deal Limits, and Threatens Further Violations
The country's deputy foreign minister said Iran would take additional steps over the limits of the accord in 60-day intervals unless it receives sanctions relief.

NYT Middle East
Jul 05, 2019

Could This Be the End of Frankincense?
As more uses are found for the aromatic resin, the population of trees that produce it are on the brink of collapse.

NYT Middle East
Jul 05, 2019

Israel's Energy Dilemma: More Natural Gas Than It Can Use or Export
After years of relying on imports, the country has discovered huge gas reserves offshore. But it cannot easily use or sell the fuel to other countries.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

In His Own Words: Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif
In a lengthy email exchange with the Times, he takes on his critics and muses about the future — for the nuclear deal and for himself.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

He Enjoys American Coffee and Restaurants. Is He a Credible Negotiator for Iran?
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian most closely associated with the 2015 pact, is under fire both at home and in Washington, which is weighing sanctions on him.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

In His Own Words: Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammed Javad Zarif
In a lengthy email exchange with the Times, he takes on his critics and muses about the future — for the nuclear deal and for himself.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

As the Nuclear Deal Totters, So Do the Fortunes of Iran's Foreign Minister
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian most closely associated with the 2015 pact, is under fire both at home and in Washington, which is weighing sanctions on him.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

Gibraltar Seizes Syria-Bound Tanker Thought to Be Carrying Iranian Oil
Officials said the tanker was detained under European Union sanctions on Syria. Shipping monitors said it was also trying to skirt United States sanctions on Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jul 04, 2019

Gibraltar Detains Syria-Bound Tanker Thought to Be Carrying Iranian Oil
Officials said the tanker was detained under European Union sanctions on Syria. Shipping monitors said it was also trying to skirt United States sanctions on Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

Airstrike Kills Dozens of Migrants at Detention Center in Libya
The bomb ripped through a hangar in Tripoli packed with African migrants hoping to reach Europe. A spokesman for Gen. Khalifa Hifter denied responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

DNA Begins to Unlock Secrets of the Ancient Philistines
Genetic analysis of remains from ruins in Israel hints at the origins of the Levantine people described in the Hebrew Bible.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

Ethiopian-Israelis Protest for 3rd Day After Fatal Police Shooting
The killing of an 18-year-old black man set off demonstrations that have paralyzed main roads and turned violent. Israeli leaders called for calm.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

Airstrike Kills Dozens of Migrants at Detention Center in Tripoli
The bomb ripped through a hanger packed with African migrants hoping to reach Europe. A spokesman for Gen. Khalifa Hifter denied responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

Rouhani Says Iran Will Begin Enriching Uranium at Higher Level in Days
Iran will "take the next step" on Sunday in enriching uranium beyond levels specified under the 2015 nuclear deal, President Hassan Rouhani said.

NYT Middle East
Jul 03, 2019

Princess Haya, Wife of Dubai's Ruler, Seeks Refuge in London
The princess, the most visible and glamorous wife of the ruler of Dubai, became at least the third woman to flee his household.

NYT Middle East
Jul 02, 2019

Libya Airstrike Kills 40 in Migrant Detention Center, Official Says
The United Nations-supported government blamed the self-styled Libyan National Army, led by Khalifa Hifter, for the strike early Wednesday.

NYT Middle East
Jul 02, 2019

United Arab Emirates Denies Sending American Missiles to Libya
The denial came after a Democratic senator warned that the United States could halt arms sales to the United Arab Emirates if the law was broken.

NYT Middle East
Jul 02, 2019

Another Dubai Princess Defects. Anguished Poetry Ensues.
Princess Haya, the most visible and glamorous wife of the ruler of Dubai, became at least the third woman to flee his household.

NYT Middle East
Jul 02, 2019

To Evade Sanctions on Iran, Ships Vanish in Plain Sight
Empty tankers, arriving in the Strait of Hormuz, suddenly stop reporting their whereabouts. When they re-emerge on the grid, their tanks appear full.

NYT Middle East
Jul 01, 2019

Iraqi Prime Minister Tries to Rein in Militias, and Their Grip on Economy
Adil Abdul Mahdi ordered restrictions on the activities of armed groups, some of them linked to Iran, but enforcement remains a question.

NYT Middle East
Jul 01, 2019

Mossad Chief Bluntly Blames Iran for Tanker Attacks
The head of Israel's spy agency nonetheless said he saw a "rare opportunity" to make progress toward peace in the region.

NYT Middle East
Jul 01, 2019

Iran Passed Its Uranium Limit. What Happens Next?
Here are questions and answers on whether Iran has violated its agreement, the possible consequences and what could happen next.

NYT Middle East
Jul 01, 2019

Israel Is Blamed for Deadly Missile Strikes in Syria
A series of overnight attacks by warplanes hit Syrian and Iranian-affiliated targets amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran in the region.

NYT Middle East
Jul 01, 2019

Iran Has Passed Its Uranium Limit. What Happens Next?
Here are questions and answers on whether Iran has violated its agreement, the possible consequences and what could happen next.

NYT Middle East
Jun 30, 2019

U.S. Envoy Swings Sledgehammer in East Jerusalem, and a Metaphor Is Born
The ambassador to Israel, David M. Friedman, opened an archaeological site, calling it "undeniable evidence" of Jewish historical claims to Jerusalem.

NYT Middle East
Jun 30, 2019

Palestinian Who Attended Trump-Backed Bahrain Conference Is Arrested
Intelligence officers in the West Bank detained, then freed, a Hebron businessman who had defied an official Palestinian boycott of the Trump administration's economic conference.

NYT Middle East
Jun 30, 2019

Palestinian Who Attended Bahrain Conference Is Arrested in West Bank
Intelligence officers detained, then freed, a Hebron businessman who had defied an official Palestinian boycott of the Trump administration's economic conference.

NYT Middle East
Jun 29, 2019

Palestinian Who Attended Trump-backed Bahrain Conference Is Arrested in West Bank
Intelligence officers detained a Hebron businessman who defied an official Palestinian boycott of the Trump administration's economic conference.

NYT Middle East
Jun 29, 2019

Palestinian Authority Arrests Bahrain Conference Attendee
Intelligence officers detained a Hebron businessman who defied an official Palestinian boycott of the Trump administration's economic conference.

NYT Middle East
Jun 29, 2019

U.K. Couple End Joint Hunger Strike Over Her Detention in Iran
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian national, has been imprisoned in Tehran since 2016. Her husband camped out in front of the Iranian Embassy in London to demand her release.

NYT Middle East
Jun 28, 2019

American Missiles Found in Libyan Rebel Compound
The powerful American missiles had fallen into the hands of rebels fighting a U.S.-backed government. The U.S. appears to have sold the missiles to the U.A.E.

NYT Middle East
Jun 28, 2019

A Breakfast Invitation Helps Rebuild a Crown Prince's Standing
Pushed to the side the last time the leaders of the Group of 20 met, the de facto Saudi leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is back in the mainstream.

NYT Middle East
Jun 28, 2019

Son of an Ohio Steelworker, now Palestinian Envoy to the U.N.
Riyad H. Mansour, the ambassador since 2005, attended college in the Midwest and cut his teeth in the American civil rights and antiwar movements.

NYT Middle East
Jun 27, 2019

Iran Says It Is Verging on Passing a Uranium Cap. What Happens Next?
Responding to American sanctions, Iran said it would break a 300-kilogram limit on its uranium stockpile under the 2015 nuclear accord, a significant threshold in a complicated crisis.

NYT Middle East
Jun 27, 2019

Europeans Race to Establish Trade With Iran
With Tehran threatening to breach limits set in the nuclear deal, Europeans are scrambling to restore some of the economic benefits Iran was promised.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

In Bahrain, Gaza Is Pitched as a ‘Hot I.P.O.' Many Palestinians Aren't Buying It.
A White House conference aimed at showing the Palestinians the economic benefits of the future Trump peace plan was shunned by most Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

U.S. Economic Conference Shows Few Signs of Enticing Palestinians
A White House conference aimed at showing the Palestinians the economic benefits of the future Trump peace plan was shunned by most Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

U.N. Expert Calls for International Investigation Into Khashoggi Killing
Agnes Callamard, the United Nations expert on extrajudicial killings, excoriated the world body for its "paralysis" in the killing of a journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, by Saudi agents in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

Iran's Supreme Leader Vows Never to Capitulate to U.S. Sanctions
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the remarks as Iranian officials reiterated Iran was moving toward noncompliance with some parts of the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

Iran Says It Will Pass a Uranium Cap. Is It a Threat? What Happens Next?
Responding to American sanctions, Iran said it would break a 300-kilogram limit on its uranium stockpile under the 2015 nuclear accord, a significant threshold in a complicated crisis.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

Ehud Barak, Ex-Leader of Israel, Will Run in New Election
The longtime critic of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was forming a new political party as the country braced for a second election.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

Ehud Barak, Ex-Leader of Israel, Announces Comeback Amid Political Disarray
The longtime critic of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that he was forming a new political party as the country braced for a second election.

NYT Middle East
Jun 26, 2019

Iran's Supreme Leader Vows Never to Give In to U.S. Sanctions
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the remarks as an Iranian official reiterated that Iran would begin speeding up its enrichment of uranium by Thursday.

NYT Middle East
Jun 25, 2019

Netanyahu Presses Superpowers to Remove Iranian Forces from Syria
At a meeting of American, Israeli and Russian national security advisers, the competing regional interests were evident.

NYT Middle East
Jun 25, 2019

A Rape Case and a Wedding Strain Ties Between Arab and Jewish Villages
A rape case involving a 7-year-old ultra-Orthodox girl and a video of Arabs and Jews celebrating at a wedding have torn two West Bank villages apart.

NYT Middle East
Jun 25, 2019

In Bahrain, U.S. Tries to Promote Mideast Peace Through Prosperity
A conference organized by the White House was meant to show the economic benefits of its peace plan to Palestinians and Israelis. But major players were absent.

NYT Middle East
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Threatens ‘Obliteration' of Iran, as Sanctions Dispute Escalates
President Hassan Rouhani vowed that Tehran would not be intimidated by American sanctions. His words drew a blistering threat from President Trump.

NYT Middle East
Jun 25, 2019

Iran Disparages U.S. Over Sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani said that the latest sanctions imposed by the White House were pointless, and declared that Iran would not be intimidated.

NYT Middle East
Jun 24, 2019

Iran Greets Latest U.S. Sanctions With Mockery
Both hard-liners and reformers argued that the new sanctions would have little practical impact. One Iranian joked on Twitter: "The only people left to sanction are me, my dad and our neighbor's kid."

NYT Middle East
Jun 24, 2019

Iranians Greet Latest Sanctions Imposed by U.S. with Mockery
Both hard-liners and reformers argued that the new sanctions would have little practical impact. One Iranian joked on Twitter: "The only people left to sanction are me, my dad and our neighbor's kid."

NYT Middle East
Jun 24, 2019

Saudi Arabia Granted Women the Right to Drive. A Year on, It's Still Complicated.
A year after Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on female drivers, thousands of women are behind the wheel. But behind the celebrations lay larger issues.

NYT Middle East
Jun 24, 2019

For Erdogan, the Bill for Turkey's Debt-Fueled Growth Comes Due
Istanbul voters' rebuke of the nation's strongman leader speaks to broader dismay over the economic disaster he oversaw.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Palestinian Leader Abbas Brushes Off Trump Plan for Investment
Mahmoud Abbas said a political solution was a higher priority than the economy.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Saudi Airport Struck by Deadly Attack
A strike by Houthi rebels killed a Syrian living in Saudi Arabia and wounded others on Sunday.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Trump's Iran Reversal Raises Allies' Doubts Over His Tactics, and U.S. Power
The public response of Western politicians has been largely cautious, sometimes confused. But some analysts also praised Mr. Trump's restraint.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Allies See a Familiar U.S. Pattern in Trump's Iran Reversal
The move intensified global doubts about the president's judgment and the power wielded by the United States. But some analysts also praised Mr. Trump's restraint.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Dimitris Christofias, 72, Cyprus President for One Ill-Fated Term, Dies
Elected amid hopes he could reunify the divided island, his tenure was marked by financial crisis and a devastating munitions accident.

NYT Middle East
Jun 23, 2019

Bolton Warns Iran Not to ‘Mistake U.S. Prudence and Discretion for Weakness'
The warning by the national security adviser, John Bolton, came after President Trump called off a military strike against Iran for shooting down an American drone.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

U.S. Carried Out Cyberattacks on Iran
The operation went forward because it was intended to be below the threshold of armed conflict — using the same shadow tactics that Iran has used.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

Europe Seeks to Defuse Iran Crisis as Trump Says Military Option Still On
State media in Iran say authorities had executed an Iranian defense contractor on charges of spying for the C.I.A.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

Iranian Force Exults in Downing of U.S. Drone With a Feast and a Prayer
Some leaders of the Revolutionary Guards force saw the shooting down of the drone as a vindication. They resented that Americans had belittled their prowess.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

Pompeo, a Steadfast Hawk, Coaxes a Hesitant Trump on Iran
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has expanded his power during a vacuum in the Pentagon, but his hard-line policies on Iran are running into Trump's isolationist instincts.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

Pompeo, a Steadfast Hawk, Coaxes a Hesitant President on Iran
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has expanded his power during a vacuum in the Pentagon, but his hard-line policies on Iran are running into Trump's isolationist instincts.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

With a Feast and a Prayer, Iranian Force Exults in Downing of U.S. Drone
Some leaders of the Revolutionary Guards force saw the shooting down of the drone as a vindication. They resented that Americans had belittled their prowess.

NYT Middle East
Jun 22, 2019

Facing Intensifying Confrontation With Iran, Trump Has Few Appealing Options
The administration is relying first on economic sanctions to change Tehran's behavior. But it continues to weigh military or cyberattacks.

NYT Middle East
Jun 21, 2019

U.S.-Iran Crisis Updates: Trump Says Military Was Ready to Strike
After the downing of an American drone, leaders around the globe asked the United States and Iran to step back from the brink.

NYT Middle East
Jun 21, 2019

In Trump's Iran Response, Some See a Dangerous Ambiguity
As diplomats try to ratchet down tensions, some of them worry that hard-liners in Iran could be emboldened to further test President Trump's resolve.

NYT Middle East
Jun 21, 2019

U.S.-Iran Crisis Live Updates: Trump Says Military Was Ready to Strike
After the downing of an American drone, leaders around the globe ask the United States and Iran to step back from the brink.

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