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NYT Middle East
Dec 10, 2019

Iran Banks Burned, Then Customer Accounts Were Exposed Online
The details of millions of Iranian bank cards were published online after antigovernment protests last month. Experts suspect a state-sponsored cyberattack.

NYT Middle East
Dec 08, 2019

In Lebanon, Ex-Premier Hariri Re-emerges as Top Pick for Post
The businessman Samir Khatib has withdrawn after failing to solidify backing.

NYT Middle East
Dec 07, 2019

Protesters Killed and Cleric's House Bombed in Deepening Iraqi Chaos
It remained unclear who killed a dozen protesters and bombed the home of the antigovernment cleric Moktada al-Sadr remained.

NYT Middle East
Dec 07, 2019

Protesters Killed, Cleric's House Bombed in Deepening Iraqi Chaos
The identity of the attackers — who killed a dozen protesters and bombed the home of anti-government cleric Moqtada al-Sadr — is a mystery.

NYT Middle East
Dec 07, 2019

In Prisoner Swap, Iran Frees American Held Since 2016
Xiyue Wang was a graduate student at Princeton who had been sentenced to 10 years in prison on two charges of espionage that U.S. officials have called groundless.

NYT Middle East
Dec 07, 2019

Help! I am Allergic to Apples and Was Kicked Off a Plane
In this week's Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates the rights that airplane passengers with allergies have when flying. (Not as many as they should.)

NYT Middle East
Dec 05, 2019

Charges Planned Against Netanyahu Aides in Submarine Graft Scandal
Indicted and embattled, Israel's prime minister faces new calls for yet another corruption inquiry.

NYT Middle East
Dec 05, 2019

Did FIFA Accidentally Confirm a World Cup Bribery Scandal?
Qatar has for years been dogged by accusations that a corrupt vote delivered the 2022 World Cup. Now, world soccer's governing body may have inadvertently supported those claims.

NYT Middle East
Dec 04, 2019

Iran's Leaders Soften Stance on Protesters
In an apparent attempt to ease anger over the killing and arrest of protesters, senior leaders urged leniency and promised compensation for peaceful demonstrators who died.

NYT Middle East
Dec 04, 2019

Netanyahu and Pompeo Seek Heightened Pressure on Iran in Wake of Violent Protests
A meeting between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was also expected to gauge American support for Israeli annexation in the Jordan Valley.

NYT Middle East
Dec 04, 2019

Iran Is Secretly Moving Missiles Into Iraq, U.S. Officials Say
The buildup of a hidden arsenal of short-range missiles is the latest sign that American efforts to deter Iran have largely failed.

NYT Middle East
Dec 04, 2019

In Syria, Health Workers Risk Becoming ‘Enemies of the State'
Physicians for Human Rights corroborates claims that Bashar al-Assad's government has criminalized giving care to its enemies, a violation of international law.

NYT Middle East
Dec 03, 2019

Iran Used Firearms in Deadly Crackdown on Protesters, Officials Admit
The government said security forces had fought back against "hostile groups" as demonstrations swept the country, but it said the death toll had been exaggerated.

NYT Middle East
Dec 03, 2019

To Make Sense of Lebanon's Protests, Follow the Garbage
The country's perpetual refuse crisis is just one example of the government corruption and dysfunction that have brought protesters into the streets.

NYT Middle East
Dec 03, 2019

6 Cookbooks That Double as Guidebooks
For travelers who first consider dinner reservations and pastry stops when planning a trip, select cookbooks celebrating the cuisine of a city or country can also serve as guidebooks.

NYT Middle East
Dec 02, 2019

White House Lifts Mysterious Hold on Military Aid to Lebanon
The Trump administration will allow the $105 million aid package to flow after freezing the funding without explanation.

NYT Middle East
Dec 02, 2019

Airstrike and Artillery Shelling Kill Civilians in Syrian Towns
Thirteen civilians were killed in a strike on a market in a rebel-held town and eight children were among those killed by shelling near a school in a Kurdish town.

NYT Middle East
Dec 02, 2019

Sanctions May Have Fueled Iran Protests, but Have Yet to Further U.S. Goals
It is hard to discern a strategy that will accomplish the Trump administration's objectives: renegotiating the nuclear deal with Iran or dialing back Iran's malign behavior in the region.

NYT Middle East
Dec 02, 2019

With Brutal Crackdown, Iran Is Convulsed by Worst Unrest in 40 Years
What started as a protest over a surprise increase in gasoline prices turned into widespread demonstrations met with a systematic repression that left at least 180 people dead.

NYT Middle East
Dec 01, 2019

Iraqi Prime Minister Resigns in Deepening Political Crisis
Anger over corruption and Iran's influence on the country has driven weeks of unrest in Iraq's streets. But choosing a successor may be a long, arduous task.

NYT Middle East
Nov 29, 2019

Iraq Prime Minister Says He Will Resign Amid Protests
The announcement comes after demonstrators set fire to the Iranian Consulate and the death of hundreds in violent antigovernment unrest.

NYT Middle East
Nov 28, 2019

Violence Rises in Iraq's South Amid Crackdowns on Protests and Press
An elite Iraqi security force gunned down more than two dozen mostly unarmed people blocking bridges, in a day of violence that saw at least 35 killed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 27, 2019

Iraq Protesters Burn Down Iran Consulate in Night of Anger
Antigovernment demonstrators, who have demanded an end to Iranian influence in Iraq, attacked the consulate in the city of Najaf.

NYT Middle East
Nov 26, 2019

Sweden Investigates Iraq Defense Chief for War Crimes and Fraud
Iraq's defense minister is under investigation for crimes against humanity and for claiming Swedish social benefits while he was living in Iraq.

NYT Middle East
Nov 26, 2019

Iran Strengthens Response to Protests
The authorities say "six main elements" of unrest in Tehran were arrested. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he had received nearly 20,000 videos and other evidence from Iran of a violent suppression.

NYT Middle East
Nov 26, 2019

Saudi Arabia Is Stepping Up Crackdown on Dissent, Rights Groups Say
At least eight people have been arrested this month, some of whom had not expressed criticism of the government in years, the groups said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 25, 2019

U.S. Resumes Large-Scale Operations Against ISIS in Northern Syria
After a lull of several weeks, American troops and Syrian Kurdish fighters are once again conducting large-scale counterterrorism missions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 25, 2019

U.S. Resumes Operations Against ISIS in Northern Syria
After a lull of several weeks, American troops and Syrian Kurdish fighters are once again conducting large-scale counterterrorism missions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 24, 2019

Egypt Escalates Pressure on Last Major Independent News Site
Security forces raided the publication's office, detaining three editors, the day after arresting another editor.

NYT Middle East
Nov 24, 2019

Trump Threw This Mission Into Chaos. The Military Is Scrambling To Save It.
On a rare visit to U.S. bases in eastern Syria, we saw how President Trump's message is being reinterpreted on the ground.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

Egypt Arrests Senior Editor of Independent News Outlet
The arrest was the latest step in a crackdown on press freedom over the past six years.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

Likud Rival Slams Netanyahu and Calls for Primary to ‘Save the Country'
The demand by Gideon Saar, a popular ex-minister, was the first crack in the party's solidarity and signaled what could be a bitter internecine fight.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

U.S. Commander Warns of Iranian Attack in Middle East
A top general said that America's addition of 14,000 troops in the Persian Gulf since the spring would probably not deter Iran from carrying out a major strike.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

Mike Pence Makes Unannounced Visit to Iraq
The vice president's trip signaled the United States' continuing engagement in the country and came 11 months after President Trump made his own surprise visit to Iraq.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

U.K. Takes Back Children From Former ISIS Territory
The Kurdish authorities said three children in Syria had been handed over to British officials.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2019

100 Protest Leaders Arrested, Iran Says, as U.S. Penalizes a Top Official
After a week of unrest over fuel prices and an internet blackout, the authorities said the protests were over. "This is not a system that will be shaken by these stupid evils," a cleric said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2019

100 Protest Leaders Arrested, Iran Says, as U.S. Sanctions a Top Official
After a week of unrest over fuel prices and an internet blackout, the authorities said the protests were over. "This is not a system that will be shaken by these stupid evils," a cleric said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2019

U.S. Judge Orders Iran to Pay $180 Million to Washington Post Reporter and Family
The judge awarded damages to Jason Rezaian, who was detained and abused for nearly 18 months by Iran.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2019

U.K. to Take Back Children From Former ISIS Territory
The Kurdish authorities said three children in Syria had been handed over to British officials.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2019

Israelis Call Netanyahu Indictment an ‘Earthquake,' but Agree on Little Else
Some of the prime minister's supporters are sticking by him, while others are wavering. All are unsure about what comes next.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

What's Next for Netanyahu, and Israel?
The corruption case against Benjamin Netanyahu, the first Israeli prime minister indicted while in office, has raised unprecedented legal questions for both him and the country.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

Arabic-Language Version of ‘Sesame Street' Will Debut 3 New Muppets
The new program, "Ahlan Simsim," which means "Welcome Sesame" in Arabic, aims to tackle the trauma facing refugee children in the Middle East.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

Iran Declares Protests Are Over, but the Evidence Suggests Otherwise
Signs of a severe crackdown over the protests were evident, including a Health Ministry order canceling elective surgeries because of an influx of emergency cases.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

What's Next for Netanyahu?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust. Can he remain in office?

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

Israel's Netanyahu Indicted on Charges of Fraud, Bribery and Breach of Trust
The first prosecution of a sitting Israeli premier deepens the political paralysis in a country that has had two inconclusive elections this year, and may be headed to a third vote.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2019

Netanyahu Indicted on Corruption Charges, Throwing His Future Into Doubt
The first prosecution of a sitting Israeli premier deepens the political paralysis in a country that has had two inconclusive elections this year, and may be headed to a third vote.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

After 2 Elections and 3 Tries, Israel Is No Closer to Forming a New Government
Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's top rival, failed to break the yearlong deadlock. The challenge now goes to Parliament, and probably to a third election.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

Israel's Benny Gantz Fails to Form Government, and 3rd Election Looms
Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's top rival, was unable to build a majority coalition. The challenge now goes to Parliament.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

Gantz Fails to Form Government, Pushing Israel Toward Third Election
Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's top rival, was unable to build a majority coalition. The challenge now goes to Parliament.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

Israel Launches Airstrikes in Syria to Target Iranian Forces
The strikes came a day after rockets were fired across the border into Israel.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

‘Our Patience Is Over': Why Iraqis Are Protesting
Sadr City residents have come in droves to Baghdad's protests, driven by anger at the Iraq government's neglect and fueled by their long history of defiance.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

On West Bank, No One Rests Easy, No Matter What U. S. Says About Settlements
Palestinian and Israeli residents of the West Bank say the new American stance, that Israeli settlement is legal, does nothing to change their fundamental insecurity.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

On West Bank, No One Rests Easy, No Matter What U.S. Says About Settlements
Palestinian and Israeli residents of the West Bank say the new American stance, that Israeli settlement is legal, does nothing to change their fundamental insecurity.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2019

What to Watch for in Israel, Where Gantz Is on Deadline to Form Government
Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's top rival, has until midnight Wednesday to build a viable coalition and prevent the possibility of a third election in a year.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

Trump's Middle East Peace Plan Faces Dimmer Prospects Than Ever
Israel's political limbo and a new United States policy toward settlements have further diminished hopes that the plan will be the basis for an Israeli-Palestinian deal.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

New U.S. Policy, Same Old Bind for Israeli Settlers and Palestinians
Israeli and Palestinian residents of the West Bank say the new American stance toward settlement does nothing to change their fundamental insecurity.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

Iran's ‘Iron Fist': Rights Group Says More Than 100 Protesters Are Dead
As unrest rocked Iran for a fifth day, the government moved unsparingly to crush dissent.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

On Israeli Settlements, U.S. Can't ‘Rewrite International Law,' Palestinians Say
Palestinian leaders reacted angrily to news that the Trump administration considers West Bank settlements legal, counter to decades of U.S. policy.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

U.S. Reversal on Settlements Shows Pro-Israel Bias, Palestinians Say
Palestinian leaders reacted angrily to news that the Trump administration considers West Bank settlements legal, counter to decades of U.S. policy.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

Lebanon Protesters Shut Down Parliament and Clash With Police
Crowds blocked roads leading to government buildings to stop lawmakers from discussing a package of controversial laws.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2019

Israel Intercepts Four Rockets Launched From Syria
Days after a clash between Israel and militants in Gaza to the south, tensions rose across the northern frontier.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Iraq Officials, Responding to Times Report, Deny Aiding Iran
Several current and former Iraqi officials, named in leaked spy cables, said they had not provided Tehran with sensitive information.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Are West Bank Settlements Illegal? Who Decides?
The United States declared that Israeli settlements on the West Bank are "not inconsistent with" international law, despite decisions by world bodies like the International Court of Justice.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

In Shift, U.S. Says Israeli Settlements in West Bank Do Not Violate International Law
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the reversal of decades of American policy that may doom any peace efforts.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Marine Vet Freed by Iran in 2016 Sues U.S. Over Unpaid Compensation
Amir Hekmati, an American imprisoned and mistreated by Iran, was found eligible for $20 million from a special United States government fund. The government has withheld payment, and now he is suing.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Israel's West Bank Settlements Do Not Violate International Law, U.S. Says
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the shift, which may doom peace efforts, on Monday afternoon.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Leaked Iran Cables: Key Findings From Secret Documents
Leaked spy cables reveal how Iran came to dominate the political and military spheres in Iraq. Here's what the hundreds of documents tell us.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Iran Intel Leak: Main Takeaways From Secret Cables
Leaked spy cables reveal how Iran came to dominate the political and military spheres in Iraq. Here's what the hundreds of documents tell us.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2019

Takeaways From the Iran Cable Leak
Leaked spy cables reveal how Iran came to dominate the political and military spheres in Iraq. Here's what the hundreds of documents tell us.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2019

Iran Blocks Nearly All Internet Access
Anti-government protests spread as the supreme leader supports a gas price increase.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2019

Turkey's Deportations Force Europe to Face Its ISIS Militants
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's decision to send back foreign citizens who supported the Islamic State is handing Western Europe a problem it had hoped to avoid.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2019

Iran's Supreme Leader Condemns Protesters as ‘Thugs'
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's support of a gas price increase signals a potential crackdown on demonstrations.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2019

Protests Incited by Gas Price Hike Grip Iran
The unrest put renewed pressure on the government as it struggles to overcome U.S. sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2019

Protests Sparked by Gas Price Hike Grip Iran
The unrest put renewed pressure on the government as it struggles to overcome the U.S. sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2019

Protests Grip Iran Over Gas Prices Hike
The protests put renewed pressure on Iran's government as it struggles to overcome the U.S. sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2019

Millions of Ibises Were Mummified. But Where Did Ancient Egypt Get Them?
DNA analysis of the preserved birds found in many catacombs undercuts the explanation that there were large-scale ibis breeding farms.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

Iran Abruptly Raises Fuel Prices, and Protests Erupt
The timing of the announcement suggested an urgent scramble to fill a budget gap caused partly by severe American sanctions. Angry protests over the price increases soon followed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

In Strike That Killed 5 Children, Israel Said It Took Out Gaza Militant. Now It Isn't Sure.
The Israeli military said it has begun an investigation into who was actually killed in an airstrike that Palestinians said caused the deaths of eight civilians.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

Economic Crisis Looms as Protests Rage in Lebanon
After a monthlong political crisis, Lebanon faces an economic one too, as the effects of long-term policies crash into citizens' lives.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

Protests Erupt in Iran as Fuel Prices Are Abruptly Raised
The timing of the announcement suggested an urgent scramble to fill a budget gap caused partly by severe American sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

Iran Abruptly Raises Fuel Prices and Rationing
The timing of the announcement suggested an urgent scramble to fill a budget gap caused partly by severe American sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2019

Civilian Toll in Israel-Gaza Clashes Comes Under Scrutiny
The two-day conflict has killed 16 civilians, including two 7-year-old boys and two toddlers, according to human rights investigators.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

Iraqi Protesters Cheer Victory Over Iran, at Least on the Soccer Field
The police and the politicians joined protesters in celebrating Iraq's defeat of Iran in a World Cup qualifying match. Tensions between the countries are running high.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

U.N. Query on Syria Hospital Bombings May Be Undermined by Russia Pressure, Limited Scope
The United Nations is investigating attacks on seven humanitarian sites in Syria. Diplomats say Russia is trying to keep the U.N. findings secret.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

Experts Divided on Authenticity of Islamic State Receipts
A Times article based on documents recovered by a researcher reported that ISIS made payments to members of a rival group.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

These Artists Refuse to Forget the Wars in Iraq
A powerful new show at MoMA PS1, featuring artists from the U.S. and the Persian Gulf, revisit two conflicts most Americans have tuned out.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

ISIS Suspect Trapped at Turkish-Greek Border Is to Be Deported to U.S.
Turkey said it had received assurances from Washington that the American, whose fate had been in limbo, would not be refused entry.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2019

As Islamic Jihad and Israel Battled, Hamas, in a Twist, Sat on the Sidelines
With Israel exchanging blows with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hamas faced a stark choice: Join the fight or redouble efforts to keep the Gaza border quiet.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2019

‘I'm a Big Fan': Trump Gives Warm Welcome to Turkey's Erdogan
President Trump seemed unbothered by Turkey's recent invasion of Syria, which prompted outrage in Congress and among some in his administration.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2019

As Islamic Jihad Bombards Israel, Hamas Has to Choose Sides
With Israel exchanging blows with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hamas faces a stark choice: Join the fight or redouble efforts to keep the Gaza border quiet.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2019

U.S. Struggles to Keep Allies in Fight Against ISIS in Syria
Trump praises mission to protect oil fields while top national security aides seek to retain allies in Syria after death of top ISIS leader.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2019

Saudi Anti-Extremist Force Names Feminists as a Target. Briefly.
The appearance and disappearance of an inflammatory official video is likely to reflect divisions within the government, experts said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2019

Exchanges of Fire Continue Across Israel-Gaza Border
A clash set off by Israel's killing of an Islamic Jihad commander teetered between containment and escalation into a broader conflict.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2019

Erdogan Warns That Turkey Will Keep Deporting ISIS Detainees
The Turkish leader is preparing to travel to Washington to meet with President Trump.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2019

Israel Kills Senior Islamic Jihad Commander in Gaza
The Israeli strike is likely to prompt a fierce response by Gaza militants after a period of relative calm.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2019

Uber C.E.O. Backtracks After Comparing Khashoggi's Killing to an Accident
Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder "was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused."

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2019

James Le Mesurier, Backer of Syrian White Helmets, Is Found Dead in Turkey
The death of Mr. Le Mesurier, a Briton who provided training and equipment for the civil defense group, is under investigation.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2019

Turkey Starts Sending Captured Foreign Fighters Home From Syria
One of the first repatriated was an American said to be an Islamic State fighter. Western countries have strongly resisted taking back militants who went to fight in the region.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2019

Jordan Reclaims Land Israelis Used Under '94 Peace Accord
Israelis see the step as a reflection of the dismal state of relations a quarter century after the treaty was reached.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2019

Iran Finds Oil Field With Over 50 Billion Barrels, Rouhani Says
The discovery, if verified, could bolster the country's proven reserves by a third as it struggles to sell energy abroad in the face of U.S. sanctions.

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