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NYT Middle East
May 24, 2020

Push to Reopen Houses of Worship in Europe and Mideast Brings Perils and Tensions
In Germany, 40 new cases were confirmed among the faithful in Frankfurt. France restarted church services this weekend. And protesters in the West Bank demanded that mosques reopen for the Eid holiday.

NYT Middle East
May 24, 2020

Netanyahu Corruption Trial Begins, Taking Israel Into Uncharted Territory
The prime minister's trial is expected to last a year or more, with the first witnesses not expected to testify for months. He has long maintained his innocence.

NYT Middle East
May 23, 2020

U.N. Documents Abductions and Torture Of Iraqi Protesters
Protesters have long said threats and abductions by militias were routine. United Nation investigators have begun to substantiate the claims.

NYT Middle East
May 22, 2020

Virus Lockdown Forces Iran Into Its First Virtual Quds Day
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei openly acknowledged, apparently for the first time, Iran's support for armed Palestinian groups fighting Israel.

NYT Middle East
May 22, 2020

Khashoggi's Son Says Family Pardons His Father's Killers
The pardon effectively ends the prospect that any of the men who killed Jamal Khashoggi will be executed.

NYT Middle East
May 21, 2020

In Stunning Reversal, Turkey Emerges as Libya Kingmaker
With a succession of quick victories, Turkish-supported forces in Libya have rolled back the gains of a would-be strongman whose allies, Russia and the United Arab Emirates, now face tough choices.

NYT Middle East
May 21, 2020

Abdullah al-Hamid, Saudi Dissident, Dies in Detention at 69
A tireless advocate for human rights and a thorn in the side of the monarchy, he spoke out for democratic reforms and was imprisoned seven times.

NYT Middle East
May 21, 2020

As Saudi Official Hid Abroad, His Family Became a Target at Home
Saad Aljabri knows "where the bodies are buried." Now Saudi authorities are arresting his relatives to force him to return to the kingdom, his son says.

NYT Middle East
May 21, 2020

In Istanbul Under Lockdown, Baklava Makers Are Essential Workers
A strict weekend curfew quiets the city's joyous commotion, but offers up new moments of breathtaking beauty, both spiritual and natural. And essential sweets are still delivered.

NYT Middle East
May 20, 2020

Abbas, Cornered by Israeli Annexation, Opts for ‘Judgment Day' Scenario
The Palestinian leader has promoted security cooperation with Israel in his quest for a Palestinian state. That strategy may have hit a dead end.

NYT Middle East
May 20, 2020

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's Release From Prison in Iran Is Extended
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 41, was sentenced to five years in prison in 2016 after she was accused of plotting to overthrow the government in Tehran. She has vigorously denied the charges.

NYT Middle East
May 19, 2020

Iran Quietly Lowers the Temperature With U.S.
Despite the heated rhetoric on both sides, Iran has toned down its approach to the West on several fronts, and the U.S. has reciprocated.

NYT Middle East
May 19, 2020

Israel Hack of Iran Port Is Latest Salvo in Exchange of Cyberattacks
Israel was behind a cyberattack that disrupted a major port in Iran, done in response to an attempt by the Revolutionary Guards to infiltrate an Israeli water facility.

NYT Middle East
May 19, 2020

Abbas Declares Palestinians' West Bank Security Commitments Null and Void
The Palestinian leader has made such assertions before, but this may not be a mere threat. The agreements have protected Israelis and preserved the Palestinian Authority's political hold over the West Bank.

NYT Middle East
May 19, 2020

Iran, an Eye on U.S. Election, Tries a New Tack: Curbing Provocations
Despite the heated rhetoric on both sides, Iran has toned down its approach to the West on several fronts, and the U.S. has reciprocated.

NYT Middle East
May 19, 2020

Authorities Seek Forfeiture of Ancient Gilgamesh Tablet From Hobby Lobby
The "Gilgamesh Dream Tablet" was displayed at the Museum of the Bible in Washington until the authorities seized it in 2019.

NYT Middle East
May 18, 2020

Idlib Was Their Last Refuge. They Couldn't Hide From the Bombs.
Millions of Syrians have fled to Idlib Province seeking safety. During a rare reporting trip, The Times found that President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies are still bombing them.

NYT Middle East
May 18, 2020

State Dept. Investigator Fired by Trump Had Examined Weapons Sales to Saudis and Emiratis
A Democratic House committee chairman said the investigation might have been "another reason" for the firing of the inspector general, Steve A. Linick.

NYT Middle East
May 18, 2020

Iran Sees New Surge in Virus Cases After Reopening Country
Health experts say the government did not heed the warnings about easing restrictions too soon. Cases spike in eight provinces.

NYT Middle East
May 18, 2020

Israeli Settler Found Guilty of Murdering Palestinian Family in 2015 Arson
Amiram Ben-Uliel, 25, faces a life sentence for a racially motivated assault that was widely condemned as terrorism.

NYT Middle East
May 17, 2020

Iran Summons Ambassador Over Possible U.S. Threat to Venezuela Shipment
Iran summoned the Swiss ambassador, who represents U.S. interests in the Islamic Republic, over possible measures America could take against an Iranian fuel shipment to Venezuela.

NYT Middle East
May 17, 2020

Ending Crisis, Israel Swears In Netanyahu-Led Government to Rescue Economy
A unity government with Benny Gantz, a former rival, will brace for a second wave of the coronavirus while restoring "jobs, jobs, jobs," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promises.

NYT Middle East
May 17, 2020

Chinese Ambassador Is Found Dead at Home in Israel
An embassy worker found the body of Du Wei, 57, in his bed in a coastal suburb north of Tel Aviv, officials said.

NYT Middle East
May 16, 2020

Raytheon Finds Ally in Trump Aide: Selling the Bombs Killing Civilians in Yemen
President Trump sees arms deals as jobs generators for firms like Raytheon, which has made billions in sales to the Saudi coalition. The Obama administration initially backed the Saudis too, but later regretted it as thousands died.

NYT Middle East
May 16, 2020

Saudi Arabia's Big Dreams and Easy Living Hit a Wall
The coronavirus pandemic and falling oil prices have yanked the rug out from under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's development plans and curbed government largess.

NYT Middle East
May 16, 2020

Iran Sentences French-Iranian Academic to 6 Years in Prison
Fariba Adelkhah has been detained north of Tehran since 2019.

NYT Middle East
May 16, 2020

5 Takeaways on U.S. Involvement in the World's Worst Humanitarian Crisis
Thousands of civilians have died in Yemen, and American-made bombs sold to the Saudis have played a key role as the White House has sought to boost the arms industry.

NYT Middle East
May 16, 2020

Why Bombs Made in America Have Been Killing Civilians in Yemen
President Trump sees arms deals as jobs generators for firms like Raytheon, which has made billions in sales to the Saudi coalition. The Obama administration initially backed the Saudis too, but later regretted it as thousands died.

NYT Middle East
May 15, 2020

Gil Loescher, 75, Refugees Expert Who Survived Iraq Bombing, Dies
He lost his legs in a 2003 suicide attack but continued his scholarship and field work on behalf of the world's displaced.

NYT Middle East
May 15, 2020

In Jerusalem, Ramadan Restrictions Last Seen During the Crusades Return
A pandemic has transformed how Muslims in Israel and the Palestinian Territories are experiencing Ramadan.

NYT Middle East
May 14, 2020

Outside Egypt, Critics Speak Freely. Inside, Families Pay the Price.
Egyptian officials have jailed the relatives of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's loudest critics in exile. It is his latest effort to silence all opposition.

NYT Middle East
May 13, 2020

On Annexation, a Green Light Turns Yellow, Pompeo's Visit to Israel Signals
Although the secretary of state took pains to avoid publicly addressing the issue, he seemed to caution Israel's leadership against moving too quickly to annex occupied territory.

NYT Middle East
May 13, 2020

Pompeo in Israel for Meetings on Annexation, Virus, Iran and China
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's vow to take ownership of West Bank land loomed large over the quick visit. But friction over Chinese investments in Israel was also on the agenda.

NYT Middle East
May 12, 2020

In Israel, Modern Medicine Grapples With Ghosts of the Third Reich
A Palestinian surgeon, a Jewish patient, a Nazi medical text — and an unlikely bond.

NYT Middle East
May 12, 2020

Israeli Soldier Is Killed in West Bank as Tensions Rise Over Annexation Push
The killing, Israel's first combat fatality of the year, came amid Palestinian warnings of violent resistance.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Abba Eban Was the Last to Hold These Two Israeli Posts at Once. Next: Gilad Erdan.
A younger rival to Netanyahu is to become Israel's ambassador to the United Nations and, in November, to Washington as well.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Iranian Friendly Fire Kills 19 in 2nd Missile Accident of Year
One ship reportedly fired at a missile ship during target practice, in another public disaster for Iran's military.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Iranian Friendly-Fire Strike Kills 19 in 2nd Missile Mishap This Year
One ship reportedly fired at a missile ship during target practice, in another public disaster for Iran's military.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Natural Gas Exports Slow as Pandemic Reduces Global Demand
Businesses in the United States, Israel and other countries were planning to invest billions in export terminals. Now, those projects are being canceled or delayed.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Iran Naval Accident Is Said to Kill at Least 19 During Exercise
One ship reportedly fired at and sank a missile ship during target practice, in another public disaster for Iran's military.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2020

Iran Naval Accident Is Said to Kill at Least 20 During Exercise
One ship reportedly fired at and sank a missile ship during target practice, in another public disaster for Iran's military.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2020

Iran Reports One Dead in Naval Exercise
Several other people were injured in the incident, state media reported.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2020

Iran Seeks Unconditional Talks on Prisoner Swap
Warning that Iranians are at risk of Covid-19 while held in the United States, officials in Tehran say there is a "readiness for all prisoners" to be discussed.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2020

Lebanon's Economic Crisis Explodes, Threatening Decades of Prosperity
Bad planning, corruption and the sudden shock of a pandemic have caused the Lebanese currency to crash and consumer prices to jump. Hunger looms.

NYT Middle East
May 09, 2020

Virus Forces Persian Gulf States to Reckon With Migrant Labor
The Mideast's wealthiest countries depend on foreigners to do jobs their citizens won't. But the virus has hobbled the arrangement and drawn attention to its inequities.

NYT Middle East
May 09, 2020

Israel Cracks Down on Banks Over Payments to Palestinian Inmates
An Israeli military order forbids banks in the occupied West Bank from processing payments that the Palestinian Authority distributes to the families of Palestinians who have spent time in Israeli jails.

NYT Middle East
May 07, 2020

Israeli Army's Idea Lab Aims at a New Target: Saving Lives
The country has engaged defense contractors, doctors, engineers, scientists — and most of the senses — in its battle against the coronavirus.

NYT Middle East
May 07, 2020

U.S. Military Killed 132 Civilians in Wars Last Year, Pentagon Says
The tally has changed little since the previous year's report, which put the total at 120 civilians killed. Civilian deaths in Afghanistan again eclipsed those in Syria and Iraq.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2020

Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister, an Ex-Intelligence Chief Backed by U.S.
With the selection of Mustafa al-Kadhimi, Iraq has its first real government in more than five months. He will confront an array of daunting problems.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2020

Iraq Chooses New Prime Minister, an Ex-Security Chief Backed by U.S.
With the selection of Mustafa Khadimi, Iraq has its first real government in more than five months. He will confront an array of daunting problems.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2020

Israeli High Court Lets Netanyahu Form Government, Despite Indictments
The court rejected petitions seeking to disqualify Netanyahu from leading a new government because he faces trial on felony corruption charges.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2020

Despite Rising Tensions, Iran and U.S. Are Negotiating a Prisoner Release
The talks come even as the Trump administration intensifies its ‘maximum pressure' strategy of sanctions against Iran and threatens to shoot Iranian gunboats in the Persian Gulf.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2020

U.S. and Iran Are Negotiating a Prisoner Release Despite Rising Tensions
The talks come even as the Trump administration intensifies its ‘maximum pressure' strategy of sanctions against Iran and threatens to shoot Iranian gunboats in the Persian Gulf.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2020

Herd Immunity, or Big 2nd Wave? Israel Antibody Testing Hopes to Find Out
Blood tests of 100,000 Israelis will try to assess exposure to Covid-19 on a nationwide scale.

NYT Middle East
May 04, 2020

With Inflation Ravaging Currency, Iran Is Changing Names and Numbers
The rial unit of currency, which has lost much of its value against the dollar, will be replaced by the toman, which the government says will be worth 10,000 rials.

NYT Middle East
May 04, 2020

After 301 Days in Egyptian Prison, an American Teacher Flies Home
Under pressure from the Trump administration, Egypt released Reem Desouky, an arts teacher from Pennsylvania who was jailed over a Facebook page critical of the country's authoritarian president.

NYT Middle East
May 03, 2020

Beirut's Nightlife Survived Civil War. Can It Withstand Pandemic?
In Lebanon's capital, it's a point of pride that the party never stopped, even during war and protests. But will the dancing and drinking come back after the coronavirus lockdown?

NYT Middle East
May 03, 2020

The Covid-19 Riddle: Why Does the Virus Wallop Some Places and Spare Others?
Experts are trying to figure out why the coronavirus is so capricious. The answers could determine how to best protect ourselves and how long we have to.

NYT Middle East
May 02, 2020

Filmmaker Who Mocked Egypt's President Dies in Prison
Shady Habash had been held without trial at a maximum-security prison for two years. His lawyer said the cause of death was unknown.

NYT Middle East
May 02, 2020

Saudi Arabia's 'Um Haroun' Ignites Arab Debate on Jews and Israel
Fans have praised a hit TV series for promoting religious diversity. Critics say it encourages "normalization" with Israel and betrays the Palestinian cause.

NYT Middle East
May 01, 2020

In Odd Turn With Israel, Gazans Get Economic Adrenaline Shot from Virus
With demand for masks and protective gear soaring worldwide, Israeli merchants have bombarded Gaza garment factories with new orders since early March.

NYT Middle East
May 01, 2020

Hundreds of Rohingya Refugees Stuck at Sea With ‘Zero Hope'
At least three boats carrying Rohingya refugees have been adrift for more than two months. As of this week, rights groups that had been tracking the boats lost sight of them.

NYT Middle East
May 01, 2020

Hundreds of Rohingya Muslims Stuck at Sea in Refugee Crisis With ‘Zero Hope'
At least three boats carrying Rohingya refugees have been adrift for more than two months. As of this week, rights groups that had been tracking the boats lost sight of them.

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2020

Female Genital Mutilation Outlawed in Sudan
A new law criminalizes genital cutting, a harmful practice that nine in 10 Sudanese women are said to have endured. But some warned laws alone cannot eliminate the practice.

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2020

Germany Hardens Ban on Hezbollah
The United States and Israel welcomed Berlin's move to effectively outlaw all activity by the militant group and called on the rest of Europe to follow suit.

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2020

He Indicted Netanyahu, but Sees No Reason to Bar Him From Office
Israel's Supreme Court is to hear arguments on petitions to disqualify the prime minister, who faces trial on corruption charges, and against a coalition deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 29, 2020

As Fighting Surges, Yemen Is Hit With 1st Cluster of Covid-19 Infections
A handful of coronavirus cases in Aden appeared to confirm fears that the virus has been spreading, stoking concerns of an outbreak that could quickly overwhelm Yemen's devastated health system.

NYT Middle East
Apr 28, 2020

War Within War: As Saudi Prince Edges Away from Yemen, His Allies Feud
A declaration of self-rule by Yemeni separatists has complicated Saudi efforts to withdraw from the war.

NYT Middle East
Apr 27, 2020

Israelis and Palestinians Remember the Slain, Home Alone or Online En Masse
With Israel's cemeteries closed, Memorial Day mourning had to adapt to the coronavirus lockdown. An alternative ceremony bringing together Israelis and Palestinians attracted 170,000 people online.

NYT Middle East
Apr 26, 2020

To Pressure Iran, Pompeo Turns to the Deal Trump Renounced
The secretary of state is preparing an argument that the U.S. remains a participant in the Obama-era nuclear deal, with the goal of extending an arms embargo or destroying the accord.

NYT Middle East
Apr 26, 2020

Dozens of Gay Men Are Outed in Morocco as Photos Are Spread Online
The idea was to show the hypocrisy of Moroccan society by showing how many gay men are living quietly in straight society. It backfired badly.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2020

German Trial Accuses Iraqi of Genocide in Killing of Yazidi Girl
The Frankfurt trial of the 27-year-old man accused of being an ISIS member is believed to be the first that carries the charge of genocide in relation to the Yazidis.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2020

Saudi Arabia Abolishes Flogging as a Punishment for Crime
The most high-profile flogging in recent years was of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi who was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes in 2014 on charges of "insulting" Islam.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2020

Genocide Trial in Germany for Accused ISIS Member in Death of Yazidi Girl
The 27-year-old Iraqi man is accused of enslaving and murdering of a 5-year-old. His trial is believed to be the first that carries the charge of genocide in relation to the Yazidis.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2020

Tux, Gown, Masks: Arab Couples Scramble to Marry During a Pandemic
Undeterred by the coronavirus, couples across the Middle East are pressing ahead with scaled-back weddings. The authorities aren't always thrilled.

NYT Middle East
Apr 24, 2020

As Ramadan Begins, Muslims (Mostly) Accede to Pandemic Orders
Islam's most sacred sites were largely deserted as the holy month started, but Muslims in some places were resisting in ways that could spread the coronavirus.

NYT Middle East
Apr 23, 2020

Cheap Oil Poses New Quandary for Iran as It Relaxes Virus Lockdown
The country has been hit with a triple-whammy: raging coronavirus, American sanctions and, now, oil so cheap that it's barely profitable.

NYT Middle East
Apr 23, 2020

Germany Takes Rare Step in Putting Syrian Officers on Trial in Torture Case
Activists have described the case, which involves charges of crimes against humanity in the early stages of the Syrian civil war, as a first, limited step toward justice.

NYT Middle East
Apr 23, 2020

Germany Takes Rare Step in Putting Syrian Officers on Trial
Activists have described the case, which involves charges of crimes against humanity in the early stages of the Syrian civil war, as a first, limited step toward justice.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Warning Shots: Israel Spares Hezbollah Fighters to Avert a War
When Israel attacks Hezbollah targets in Syria, it tries to avoid killing its people. Hezbollah has taken a similar approach with Israelis. Both sides fear an escalation.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Tehran Launches Military Satellite as Trump Tells Navy to ‘Shoot Down' Iranian Boats
The president's statement came a week after the Pentagon accused Iran of sending 11 fast boats to conduct "dangerous and harassing approaches" to six American warships in the Persian Gulf.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Trump Says He Told Navy to ‘Shoot Down' Iranian Boats, as Tehran Launches Military Satellite
The president's statement came a week after the Pentagon accused Iran of sending 11 fast boats to conduct "dangerous and harassing approaches" to six American warships in the Persian Gulf, and Tehran for the first time launched a military satellite.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Trump Says He Told Navy to ‘Shoot Down' Iranian Boats
The president's statement came a week after the Pentagon accused Iran of sending 11 fast boats to conduct "dangerous and harassing approaches" to six American warships in the Persian Gulf.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Oil Collapse and Covid-19 Create Toxic Geopolitical Stew
For nations reliant on oil sales, the combination of the price collapse and the coronavirus pandemic has created new threats of poverty and political instability from Iraq to Venezuela.

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2020

Iran Says It Launched a Military Satellite Into Orbit
The announcement by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps could not immediately be confirmed. The U.S. says such launches advance Iran's missile program.

NYT Middle East
Apr 21, 2020

Iraq Resists Iranian Pressure to Reopen Border Closed to Slow Covid-19
With the coronavirus raging in Iran, a push to distance their country from their neighbor has gained broader appeal in Iraq.

NYT Middle East
Apr 21, 2020

Israelis Find Little to Love in Their New Government, Except No More Elections
Right-wingers felt betrayed by Netanyahu's surrender of half the government. Gantz voters felt betrayed by almost everything else in a power-sharing deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 21, 2020

Gunman Kills 9 in Lebanon Mountain Town
The killings were a rare mass shooting in Lebanon during a time of economic and political crisis.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

Coronavirus Dims Ramadan Celebrations
The holiest month in the Islamic calendar promises this year to be the strangest ever for the world's 1.8 billion Muslims. In Cairo, known as the city of a thousand minarets, the coronavirus has cast a long shadow.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

Netanyahu's Power Is Extended as Rival Accepts Israel Unity Government
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an embattled political survivor, persuaded Benny Gantz to join forces with him to combat the coronavirus.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

Coronavrus Dims Ramadan Celebrations
The holiest month in the Islamic calendar promises this year to be the strangest ever for the world's 1.8 billion Muslims. In Cairo, known as the city of a thousand minarets, the coronavirus has cast a long shadow.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

Istanbul Death Toll Hints Turkey Is Hiding a Wider Coronavirus Calamity
Istanbul recorded 2,100 more deaths over recent years between March and April, The Times found, suggesting a hidden toll.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

Deal Extends Netanyahu's Rule as Rival Accepts Israeli Unity Government
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an embattled political survivor, persuaded Benny Gantz to join forces with him to combat the coronavirus.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2020

‘It's Really a Gift': Israeli Hospitals Let Relatives Say Goodbye Up Close
A hospital spokesman asked why family members were barred from coronavirus wards when journalists could visit in protective gear. His bosses had no good answer.

NYT Middle East
Apr 17, 2020

Concerns of a Coup Stir in Sudan as Capital Braces for a Virus Lockdown
Civilian and military leaders are jostling for power as the capital, Khartoum, begins a three-week lockdown on Saturday.

NYT Middle East
Apr 17, 2020

After a Year of Silence, a Jailed Saudi Princess Appeals for Help
The detentions of a prince and princess add to the tally of royals who have been locked up during the rise of the kingdom's powerful crown prince.

NYT Middle East
Apr 16, 2020

No Respite in Yemen War a Week After Saudi Cease-Fire Announced
Yemen's warring parties have not stopped attacks, United Nations officials said, adding that aid money is running out even as the coronavirus emerges in what is the Arab world's poorest country.

NYT Middle East
Apr 16, 2020

‘There's No More Water': Climate Change on a Drying Island
A delicate ecosystem was disrupted in the Comoros, off East Africa, when forests were cleared to make way for farmland. The consequences offer lessons for other parts of the developing world.

NYT Middle East
Apr 16, 2020

U.K. Paid $20 Million for New Coronavirus Tests. They Didn't Work.
Facing a global scramble for materials, British officials bought millions of unproven kits from China in a gamble that became an embarrassment.

NYT Middle East
Apr 16, 2020

Israel Edges Closer to 4th Election as Unity Talks Falter
After a year of political deadlock, lawmakers have just 21 days to come up with a formula for a majority government.

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