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NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2018

Netanyahu, Citing Israel's Security, Tries to Salvage His Government
With members of his ministers threatening to force elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel pleaded, "In the middle of a battle, we do not play politics."

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2018

Top White House Official Involved in Saudi Sanctions Resigns
The official, who had pushed for tough measures, resigned on Friday as the Trump administration wrestles with internal assessments about the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2018

‘We Were Told That He Did Not Play a Role' in Khashoggi Killing, Trump Says of Saudi Crown Prince
The president said he would be briefed about the killing of a dissident journalist as he traveled to California to meet with those affected by the wildfires.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2018

Egyptian Sentenced to Death in Killing of Christian Doctor
A man accused of supporting the Islamic State was convicted in the stabbing death as the militants have targeted Egyptian Christians over their support for President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2018

Are Jared and Ivanka Good for the Jews?
Jewish communities stand more divided than ever on whether to embrace or denounce Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2018

Families Sue Jordan Over 2016 Deaths of 3 U.S. Green Berets
The soldiers' fathers accused the kingdom of falsely telling the news media that the Green Berets had provoked the deadly shooting by a base guard.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2018

If Gaza Brings Down Netanyahu's Government, Can He Rise Again?
Already facing possible bribery charges, Israel's prime minister, a political survivor, is grappling with political fallout over his handling of Gaza.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2018

Killing Khashoggi: How a Brutal Saudi Hit Job Unfolded
An autopsy expert. A lookalike. A black van. Our video investigation follows the movements of the 15-man Saudi hit team that killed and dismembered the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2018

Killing Khashoggi: The Story of a Brutal Saudi Hit Job
An autopsy expert. A lookalike. A black van. Our video investigation follows the movements of the 15-man Saudi hit team that killed and dismembered the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

Saudis Shift Account of Khashoggi Killing Again, as 5 Agents Face Death Penalty
The kingdom's prosecutor acknowledged that Saudi agents dismembered the dissident, but said the killing was not premeditated. Five agents face the death penalty.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

Saudis Shift Account of Khashoggi Killing Again, as 5Agents Face Death Penalty
The kingdom's prosecutor acknowledged that Saudi agents dismembered the dissident, but said the killing was not premeditated. Five agents face the death penalty.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

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NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

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NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

U.S. Levels Sanctions on 17 Saudis for Alleged Involvement in Khashoggi Killing
The Trump administration announced sanctions against 17 Saudis accused of involvement in the killing of the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

Saudi Arabia to Seek Death Penalty for 5 Accused in Khashoggi Killing
The kingdom's public prosecutor said the operation was not ordered from the top and had not been intended to kill the dissident.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2018

With Small Steps, Palestinians and Israelis Try to Tackle Gaza's Ills
The resumption of cease-fire talks after days of violence revived hopes for joint projects on solar energy, sewage treatment and drinking water.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2018

Turkey Calls for International Inquiry in Khashoggi Killing
Jamal Khashoggi was a Saudi dissident killed in a consulate in Istanbul. Turkey is keeping pressure on as Saudi Arabia tries to wrap up its investigation.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2018

Lieberman's Colorful Career Reaches a Fork. Again.
When Avigdor Lieberman resigned as Israel's defense minister on Wednesday, it was not the first time he had quit on principle. But he was taking a big risk.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2018

Behind Prince Mohammed bin Salman's Rise, Two Loyal Enforcers
The killing of Jamal Khashoggi has focused attention on two aides to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who have played key roles in his aggressive acts.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2018

Behind a Saudi Prince's Rise, Two Loyal Enforcers
The killing of Jamal Khashoggi has focused attention on two aides to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who have played key roles in his aggressive acts.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2018

Israel's Hawkish Defense Minister Resigns and Calls for Early Elections
Avigdor Lieberman accused the Netanyahu government of being soft on the unrest in Gaza, calling a cease-fire with Hamas a "capitulation to terror."

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2018

A Battle in Gaza Neither Side Wanted Ends Quickly
A fight that began with a botched Israeli raid drew intense fire but few deaths as both sides tried to limit casualties. By Tuesday, it was over.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2018

What to Know About Gaza's Latest Flare-Up
The latest flare-up in the slow burning conflict between Israel and Hamas highlights a larger conflict. Here's what to know.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2018

Cost of Botched Gaza Spy Mission? Israel's Back on Brink of War
Israel and Hamas exchanged intense fire after a covert Israeli operation went awry, leaving seven militants and an Israeli soldier dead. The resulting fighting threatened to scuttle peace talks.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2018

Cost of Botched Gaza Spy Mission? Israel's Back at Brink of War
Israel and Hamas exchanged intense fire after a covert Israeli operation went awry, leaving seven militants and an Israeli soldier dead. The resulting fighting threatened to scuttle peace talks.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2018

‘Tell Your Boss': Recording Is Seen to Link Saudi Crown Prince More Strongly to Khashoggi Killing
A Saudi operative's comments to a royal aide after the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi is among the strongest evidence yet tying Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to his death.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2018

Israel and Palestinians Exchange Fire After Botched Israeli Raid
Gaza militants launched a sustained rocket and mortar attack on southern Israel, and Israeli aircraft struck back, after a covert Israeli operation killed seven Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2018

Rockets Are Fired From Gaza Into Israel After Killing of Palestinian Fighters
A covert operation that apparently went awry on Sunday has been followed by retaliatory escalation, with rocket launches from Gaza and airstrikes from Israel.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2018

Deadly Gaza Raid by Israel Threatens Nascent Cease-Fire
A covert mission apparently went awry on Sunday, leaving an Israeli lieutenant colonel and at least seven Palestinians dead and setting off a flurry of rocket fire and airstrikes.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2018

Saudis Close to Crown Prince Discussed Killing Other Enemies a Year Before Khashoggi's Death
During discussions in Riyadh in 2017, Saudi intelligence officials discussed hiring private companies to kill the head of Iran's Quds force and other Iranian operatives.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2018

Deadly Israeli Gaza Raid Threatens Nascent Cease-Fire
A covert mission apparently went awry on Sunday, leaving one Israeli soldier and at least seven Palestinians dead and setting off a flurry of rocket fire and airstrikes.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2018

Saudis Close to Crown Prince Discussed Assassinating Enemies a Year Before Khashoggi Killing
During discussions in Riyadh in 2017, Saudi intelligence officials discussed hiring private companies to kill the head of Iran's Quds force and other Iranian operatives.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2018

Iranians Fear Medicine Shortages as U.S. Tightens Sanctions
Harsh restrictions against doing business with Iran have made it nearly impossible for pharmaceutical companies to continue working in the country.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2018

Louvre Abu Dhabi Draws One Million People in Debut Year
Visitors from India top attendance, along with Germany, China, England, the U.S. and France. Some precious loans are returning to Paris — others are arriving.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2018

Turkey's President Says Recording of Khashoggi's Killing Was Given to U.S.
The recordings would be another piece of evidence in the October killing of the dissident by Saudi agents in the country's consulate in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2018

Turkey's President Says Recording of Khashoggi's Killing Given to U.S.
The recordings would be another piece of evidence in the October killing of the dissident by Saudi agents in the country's consulate in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2018

Turkey's President Says Recordings Linked to Jamal Khashoggi Have Been Given to U.S.
The recordings would be another piece of evidence in the October murder of the journalist, which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Saudi Arabia of carrying out.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2018

Tensions Ease in Gaza, Allowing Money and Fuel to Roll In
But the relaxation of the embargo presents risks for the leaders of both Israel and Hamas, and it has been denounced by the Palestinian Authority.

NYT Middle East
Nov 08, 2018

Bribery Charges Urged Against Four Close to Netanyahu in Submarine Case
Israel bought German submarines and missile boats. The police say several of the prime minister's associates were bribed to help clinch the deal.

NYT Middle East
Nov 07, 2018

5 Places: Five Places to Go in Jerusalem
Jerusalem's city center has transformed into a vibrant scene, with youthful, often tattooed habitués offering a curious juxtaposition to the religious pilgrims roaming the Holy City.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

Erdogan Champions Khashoggi While Trampling Journalists and Dissidents in Turkey
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's demands for justice in the Khashoggi killing have left many deeply conflicted in Turkey, where tens of thousands have been detained in a government crackdown.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

As Famine Looms in Yemen, Saudi-Led Coalition Redoubles Attacks
The surge in fighting follows a U.S. call for peace talks, with the United Nations warning that as many as 14 million people could be at risk of starvation.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

A ‘Legacy of Terror': ISIS Left More than 200 Mass Graves in Iraq
It may not be much of a surprise, but the scale of the job of digging up Islamic State victims is shocking. The UN says there may be 12,000 victims.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

Erdogan Champions Khashoggi While Trampling Turkish Journalists and Dissidents
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's demands for justice in the Khashoggi killing have left many deeply conflicted in Turkey, where tens of thousands have been detained in a government crackdown.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

ISIS Left More Than 200 Mass Graves in Iraq, U.N. Says
Investigators said that as many as 12,000 bodies may be in the sites they had documented, calling the graves a "legacy of terror."

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2018

Fight Against Last Vestige of ISIS in Syria Stalls, to Dismay of U.S.
The American-backed offensive has encountered unanticipated problems, and the terrorist group remains potent around the world.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

Iran Sanctions Explained: U.S. Goals, and the View From Tehran
The Trump administration just imposed what it called the biggest sanctions action ever taken by the U.S. against Iran. Why? And what may happen next?

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

SoftBank Chief Won't Shun Saudi Arabia Despite Killing
Masayoshi Son, the chief executive of Japan's SoftBank Group, condemned the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi but added that "we cannot turn our backs on the Saudi people."

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

As U.S. Sanctions on Iran Kick In, Europe Looks for a Workaround
The Trump administration's decision to quit the nuclear treaty with Tehran and restore the measures has divided Washington from its closest allies.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

Saudis Sent Experts to Remove Evidence of Khashoggi's Killing, Turkey Says
Turkish officials said a Saudi chemist and toxicologist were part of a cleanup team sent to Istanbul, under the guise of helping with the investigation.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

SoftBank Chief Won't Turn Back on Saudi Arabia Despite Killing
Masayoshi Son, the chief executive of Japan's SoftBank Group, condemned the murder of Jamal Khashoggi but added that "we cannot turn our backs on the Saudi people."

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2018

Despite Killing, SoftBank Chief Sees ‘Responsibility' to Invest in Saudi Arabia
Masayoshi Son, the chief executive of Japan's SoftBank Group, condemned the murder of Jamal Khashoggi but added that "we cannot turn our backs on the Saudi people."

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2018

ISIS Says It Was Behind Deadly Attack on Christians in Egypt
Islamist militants ambushed two buses carrying Copts from a remote desert monastery. At least seven were killed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2018

Egypt Says It Killed 19 Militants After Deadly Attack on Christians
The authorities said the dead included those responsible for an ambush on Christian pilgrims on Friday, but they offered few details.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2018

Bahrain Opposition Leaders Sentenced to Life in Qatar Spying Case
The appeals court overturned the acquittals of Sheikh Ali Salman and two other officials on Sunday, in what an international rights group called a "travesty of justice."

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2018

Consulting Firms Keep a Lucrative Saudi Alliance, Shaping Crown Prince's Vision
McKinsey, Booz Allen Hamilton and Boston Consulting have all continued work with the kingdom even as investors distanced themselves after the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2018

Consulting Firms Keep Lucrative Saudi Alliance, Shaping Crown Prince's Vision
McKinsey, Booz Allen Hamilton and Boston Consulting have all continued work with the kingdom even as investors distanced themselves after the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2018

An Operation in Niger Went Fatally Awry. Who Is the Army Punishing?
In one of the final chapters in a lengthy investigation into how four Americans died on an obscure battlefield, some of those who fought in the pitched firefight have been reprimanded, while senior officers who approved the mission have gone unpunished.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

State Dept. Improperly Seized Passports of Americans in Yemen, Inquiry Finds
The passports, which consular officials said contained false or fraudulent names, were taken between December 2012 and June 2013, just as Yemen's fragile political system began descending into chaos.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

Trilobites: When Human Relatives First Visited a Green Arabian Peninsula
Evidence of the activities of early hominins found in the Saudi desert suggests that they found an area that once was similar to the East African savanna.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

ISIS Claims Credit for Attack that Kills Christians in Egypt
Islamist militants ambushed two buses carrying Copts from a remote desert monastery. At least seven were killed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

Gunmen in Egypt Kill 7 Coptic Christian Pilgrims
Islamist militants were believed to have carried out the ambush of two buses carrying Copts from a remote desert monastery.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

U.S. Reimposes Sanctions on Iran but Undercuts the Pain With Waivers
The Trump administration announced punishing economic penalties on Iran, but is waiving them on oil imports by eight "jurisdictions" it did not identify.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

‘We're Stuck in the Middle': How Young Iranians Feel About U.S. Sanctions
The U.S. was the only country to leave the multilateral nuclear deal with Iran. The Trump administration quickly moved to snap back crippling sanctions on Iran. We spoke with the country's top diplomat and young Iranians to see how these moves have impacted their lives.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2018

Among Israel's Ultra-Orthodox, It's (Sort of) the Year of the Woman
In elections held Thursday, several ultra-Orthodox communities broke with their rabbis and their sects' strict version of Jewish law and helped elect female mayors.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2018

Despite Stigma of Khashoggi Killing, Crown Prince Is Seen as Retaining Power
The Trump administration is convinced Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed will ride out the backlash over the killing, according to officials familiar with the matter.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2018

American Military Apologizes for Booklet With Racially Offensive Language
The publication, which has been removed from the internet, described some Saudis as having "Negro blood."

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2018

Yemen Girl Who Turned World's Eyes to Famine Is Dead
When a photo of an emaciated Amal Hussain appeared in The Times, many readers were moved to try to help the children of Yemen. For Amal, it is too late.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2018

Even With Stigma of Khashoggi Killing, Crown Prince Is Seen as Retaining Power
The Trump administration is convinced Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed will ride out the backlash over the Khashoggi killing, according to officials familiar with the matter.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2018

Even with Stigma of Khashoggi Killing, Crown Prince Seen as Retaining Power
The Trump administration is convinced Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed will ride out the backlash over the Khashoggi killing, according to officials familiar with the matter.

NYT Middle East
Oct 31, 2018

Turkish Prosecutor Says Saudis Strangled Khashoggi
After a campaign of leaks intended to keep pressure on the Saudis over the Saudi dissident's death, Turkey appeared to be changing its strategy.

NYT Middle East
Oct 31, 2018

War in Yemen: New York Times Reports Driving the Conversation
New York Times journalists traveled to Yemen in October to provide a deeper look at the war, the latest in a series of in-depth reports.

NYT Middle East
Oct 31, 2018

U.S. and Britain Seek Yemen Cease-Fire as Relations With Saudis Cool
Pressure from Saudi Arabia's biggest arms suppliers intensified to halt a conflict that has created what the United Nations has called the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

NYT Middle East
Oct 31, 2018

Saudis Strangled and Dismembered Khashoggi, Turkey Says
The comments from the chief prosecutor represented the first time Turkish officials have publicly described details of the dissident's killing.

NYT Middle East
Oct 30, 2018

Senior Saudi Prince Returns to Kingdom as Royals Confront Khashoggi Crisis
The return of King Salman's brother, who had feared arrest if he went back to Saudi Arabia, may be a sign the royal family is seeking a unified response to the furor over the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2018

3 Boys From Gaza Are Buried After Israeli Strike
The Israeli military said the boys appeared to have been placing an explosive device by the border fence in the dark. By day, no device was found.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2018

Pittsburgh Killing Aftermath Bares Jewish Rifts in Israel and America
While Jews everywhere expressed shock, the slaughter also surfaced rifts tearing at Israeli society and driving a wedge between Israeli and American Jews.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2018

3 Palestinian Boys Killed in Israeli Strike Are Buried
The Israeli military said the boys appeared to have been placing an explosive device by the border fence in the dark. By day, no device was found.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2018

Heard the One About the Disabled Muslim Comic From Jersey?
With a television development deal for a semi-autobiographical show, Maysoon Zayid is hoping to push marginalized groups into the mainstream.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Dozens Dead in Eastern Syria After Clashes with Islamic State
Islamic State militants killed at least 40 Syrian fighters supported by the United States, captured several alive and regained territory.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Yemen's Humanitarian Crisis: How to Help
Yemen's years long civil war has sparked the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and it could become even worse.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Yemen's Humanitarian Crisis: How to Help.
Yemen's years long civil war has sparked the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and it could become even worse.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Israel Accuses Iran of Ordering Palestinian Rocket Fire From Gaza
The Israeli military said Syria had also played an unspecified role in the rocket fire from the militant group Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Mattis Vows U.S. Will Hold Khashoggi's Killers Accountable
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis's remarks reflected the administration's struggle to defend the value of its alliance with Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2018

Saudi Arabia Rejects Turkey's Extradition Request in Khashoggi Killing
The Saudi foreign minister said the kingdom, not Turkey, would prosecute the suspects and called the backlash "hysterical."

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2018

Photo of a Starving Girl in Yemen Prompts Facebook to Remove Posts of Article
Facebook later restored the posts, which showed a photo of an unclothed child. "We know this is an important image of global significance," a spokeswoman said.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Visits Oman, Offering a Possible Back Channel to Iran
Israel has public ties to the Gulf sultanate of Oman for the first time in years, offering a promise of deeper ties throughout the region.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2018

Erdogan Demands that Saudis Tell Turkey Who Ordered Khashoggi Killing
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey had new evidence, while Russia said it had no reason to doubt Saudi accounts of the killing.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2018

Death Toll in Jordan Flood Reaches 21, but Grief Quickly Turns to Anger
The victims were mostly middle-school children on a trip near the Dead Sea. Officials said the school may not have had the proper permits.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2018

Turkey Demands That Saudi Arabia Reveal Who Ordered Khashoggi's Killing
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey had shared evidence with those who had asked to see it, and added that they had been "surprised."

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

Saudi Arabia, in Reversal, Suggests Khashoggi's Killing Was Premeditated
The announcement that the dissident writer's death may have been planned was the latest shift in the kingdom's official account of what happened.

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

Khashoggi Killing Overshadows Saudis' Grand Economic Ambitions
The killing of Jamal Khashoggi may be scaring away the foreign partners Saudi Arabia needs to overhaul its economy. Empty seats at a high-profile conference reflect the danger.

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

Khashoggi's Death Is Explained by the Saudis in Five Acts (and Counting)
Officials now say that new evidence indicates the dissident journalist's killing was "premeditated," a conclusion most of the world reached some time ago.

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

The Saudis' Explanation of Khashoggi's Death, in Five Acts (and Counting)
Officials now say that new evidence indicates the dissident journalist's killing was "premeditated," a conclusion most of the world reached some time ago.

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

Saudi Arabia, in Reversal, Suggests Khashoggi's Killing Was ‘Premeditated'
The announcement that his death may have been planned was the latest shift in the kingdom's official account of what happened to the journalist and dissident.

NYT Middle East
Oct 25, 2018

Saudi Arabia, in Reversal, Says Khashoggi's Killing Was ‘Premeditated'
The announcement that his death was not an accident was the latest change in the kingdom's official account of how the journalist and dissident had been killed.

NYT Middle East
Oct 24, 2018

Iraqi Lawmakers Confirm New Government, but Key Posts Are Unfilled
A number of cabinet posts have not been filled, including the ministers of defense, justice and interior.

NYT Middle East
Oct 24, 2018

Why Jamal Khashoggi's Killing Has Resonated
The killing of a dissident writer has set off international outrage in a way that previous Saudi actions have not. Here's why his death has had such broad geopolitical implications.

NYT Middle East
Oct 24, 2018

Saudi Crown Prince Calls Khashoggi's Death ‘Heinous'
It was the crown prince's most public comment since the backlash over the Oct. 2 killing of the Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi began roiling the kingdom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 24, 2018

Saudi Crown Prince Distances Himself From Khashoggi Death, Calling It ‘Heinous'
It was the crown prince's most public comment since the backlash over the Oct. 2 killing of the Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi began roiling the kingdom.

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