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NYT Middle East
Mar 22, 2019

The Golan Heights Was Once an Arab Rallying Cry. Not Any More.
The muted Arab response to President Trump's call to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territory shows Syria's weakness amid a reordered Arab world.

NYT Middle East
Mar 22, 2019

The Golan Heights Was Once an Arab Rallying Cry. Not Anymore.
The muted Arab response to President Trump's call to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territory shows Syria's weakness amid a reordered Arab world.

NYT Middle East
Mar 22, 2019

Istanbul Dispatch: In Istanbul, Erdogan Remakes Taksim Square, a Symbol of Secular Turkey
This popular urban patch has been a symbol of the secular republic for nearly 100 years, but six years after deadly protests there, contentious changes have begun to alter its character in major ways.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

A Brief History of the Golan Heights, Claimed by Israel and Syria
On Thursday, President Trump tweeted about a hilly plateau beside the Sea of Galilee that has been one of Israel's quieter frontiers for 52 years.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

Scores of Holiday Revelers Killed as Overloaded Ferry Sinks in Iraq
The vessel, carrying Iraqis celebrating the Kurdish New Year, sank in the Tigris River near Mosul, killing at least 94 people.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

Scores of Holiday Revelers Killed as Overloaded Raft Sinks in Iraq
The vessel, carrying Iraqis celebrating the Kurdish New Year, sank in the Tigris River near Mosul, killing at least 94 people.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

Critic's Pick: Fraught and Fabulous: Art That Shows a Passion for Democracy
Siah Armajani's career survey at the Met Breuer and public sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park offer a portrait of the Iranian artist in exile in America.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

Dozens of Holiday Revelers Killed as Overloaded Boat Sinks in Iraq
The ferry, carrying Iraqis celebrating the Kurdish New Year, sank in the Tigris River near Mosul.

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

How One Map Explains the Islamic State's New Tactics
The Islamic State barely has any territory left in Syria. So how is it able to keep staging attacks across the country?

NYT Middle East
Mar 21, 2019

The Kingdom and the Kushners: Jared Went to Riyadh. So Did His Brother.
Jared Kushner, presidential adviser, and Josh Kushner, venture capitalist, both have ties to Saudi Arabia. Critics say that raises ethical questions.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

The Evolution of ISIS: From a Rogue State to a Tiny Sliver
Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver
Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

Netanyahu Presses Pompeo on Israeli Sovereignty of Golan Heights
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised the issue during a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whose agency no longer says the territory is "occupied."

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

‘Gone by Tonight': Trump, Maps in Hand, Predicts the Collapse of ISIS
President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was "100 percent" reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

Hectored by Netanyahu, Israeli Arabs Could Have the Final Say
The Israeli prime minister's anti-Arab provocations have helped him win elections in the past. This time they might backfire.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

Hectored by Netanyahu, Israeli Arabs Could Have the Last Say
The Israeli prime minister's anti-Arab provocations have helped him win elections in the past. This time they might backfire.

NYT Middle East
Mar 20, 2019

Hectored by Netanyahu, Israeli Arabs Could Have the Last Laugh
The Israeli prime minister's anti-Arab provocations have helped him win elections in the past. This time they might backfire.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

Why Is Israel's Justice Minister in an Ad for ‘Fascism' Perfume?
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked adopted the arch irony of internet trolls in a provocative ad before Israel's elections. Critics called it too serious a subject to joke about.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

Why Is Israel's Justice Minister in an Ad for ‘Fascism' Perfume?
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked adopted the arch irony of internet trolls in a provocative ad before Israel's elections. Critics called it too serious a subject to joke about.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

He Says His Work as a Jihadist Spy Caused PTSD. Denmark Awarded Him $27,000.
Morten Storm, who outlined his life as a Qaeda jihadist who became an informant, was found to have experienced "exceptionally dangerous events."

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

U.S.-Backed Forces in Syria Arrest Suspects in Attack That Killed 4 Americans
The captives are suspected of involvement in a restaurant bombing in January, in which at least 11 Syrians also died.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

Right-Wing Israeli Minister, Seeking Attention, Spritzes ‘Fascism' Perfume
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked adopted the arch irony of internet trolls in a provocative ad before Israel's elections. Critics called it too serious a subject to joke about.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

ISIS Kidnaps and Kills Truffle Hunters in Iraq's Western Desert
To raise cash and stir up sectarian strife, the Islamic State has begun targeting Iraqis who venture into the desert in search of the delicacy. Sunni captors pay a ransom; Shiites are executed.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

They Go to the Desert to Hunt for Truffles. But ISIS Is Hunting Them.
The militants are targeting Iraqis who venture into the wild to search for the delicacy, demanding ransom for those they don't simply kill.

NYT Middle East
Mar 19, 2019

U.S. Pressures Iraq Over Embrace of Militias Linked to Iran
The push against the Iraqi groups by top American officials has fueled tensions between the two nations and within the Trump administration.

NYT Middle East
Mar 18, 2019

ISIS Spokesman Ends Silence by Calling for Retaliation Over New Zealand Massacres
As his caliphate crumbles, the Islamic State spokesman, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, issued a 44-minute speech mocking America's claim of victory.

NYT Middle East
Mar 18, 2019

U.N. Panel Urges Investigation Into Israeli Shootings at Gaza Border a Year Ago
The commission's report, disputed by Israel, says Israeli soldiers may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity when they fired on Palestinian protesters last March.

NYT Middle East
Mar 18, 2019

West Bank Attack Raises Tensions as Israeli Elections Approach
A Palestinian killed an Israeli soldier and a civilian. The assault quickly became fodder in a heated election campaign.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

It Wasn't Just Khashoggi: Saudi Crown Prince's Brutal Drive to Crush Dissent
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman created a secret team that spied on, kidnapped and tortured Saudi citizens a year before the journalist was killed.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

Saudi Crown Prince's Brutal Drive to Crush Dissent Began Before Khashoggi
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman created a secret team that spied on, kidnapped and tortured Saudi citizens a year before the journalist was killed.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

Saudi Crown Prince's Brutal Drive to Crush Dissenters Began Before Khashoggi
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman created a secret team that spied on, kidnapped and tortured Saudi citizens a year before the journalist was killed.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

It Wasn't Just Khashoggi: A Saudi Prince's Brutal Drive to Crush Dissent
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman created a secret team that spied on, kidnapped and tortured Saudi citizens a year before the journalist was killed.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

Erdogan Uses Video of New Zealand Attacks at Election Rallies
The Turkish president used blurred images of the assault to criticize an opposition leader, comparing him to a notorious Australian politician.

NYT Middle East
Mar 17, 2019

West Bank Attack Raises Tensions Ahead of Israeli Elections
An assailant stabbed an Israeli soldier to death and then injured two other Israeli. The attack quickly became fodder in a heated election.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

U.S. Navy Vet Held in Iran Gets 10 Years, Lawyer Says
The imprisonment of Michael R. White, 46, is another irritant in the increasingly tense relationship between Iran and the United States.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

Gantz, Netanyahu's Challenger, Faces Lurid Questions After Iran Hacked His Phone
The former army chief with the best chance to unseat the prime minister in April's election is suddenly on the defensive, and not about the issues.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

Algerians Stage Largest Protest Yet, Rejecting President's Offer
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters packed the streets of the capital, rejecting President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's offer not to seek a fifth term.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

Exit Interview: Please Welcome Tracy Letts to the Stage. Now, Say Goodbye.
The play "Nassim," which never features the same actor twice, reminded the acclaimed writer and performer of the power of listening.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

After Rockets Are Fired at Tel Aviv, Israel and Hamas Quickly Pull Back
The Israeli military said the rocket fire had been a mistake. A Hamas official blamed rogue militants. Either way, both sides worked to restore calm.

NYT Middle East
Mar 15, 2019

Israel Strikes After Rockets Are Fired From Gaza to Tel Aviv
Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad denied responsibility. The Israeli military struck back at Gaza early Friday.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, and Israel Strikes Back
Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad denied responsibility. The Israeli military struck back at Gaza early Friday.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, a First in Five Years
Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad denied responsibility. The Israeli military struck back at Gaza early Friday.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza
Early media reports said the rockets caused no damage or casualties. There was no immediate claim of responsibility.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Israel Reports Rocket Attack on Tel Aviv From Gaza
Early media reports said the rockets caused no damage or casualties.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Afghan Official Warns of U.S. Deal With Taliban ‘That Doesn't End in Peace'
Hamdullah Mohib, the Afghan national security adviser, said that negotiations were "increasing the legitimacy of the Taliban" and "decreasing the legitimacy of the Afghan government."

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Times Insider: How Our Former Beijing Bureau Chief Found Himself on a Bullet Train in Saudi Arabia
There was a certain dissonance in the fact that the ruling Communist Party of China, officially atheist, was helping build a railway connecting the holiest sites in Islam.

NYT Middle East
Mar 14, 2019

Heads Up: Jaffa Is Tel Aviv's Unexpected Luxury Hotspot
Just last year, the ancient neighborhood saw the opening of three high-end hotels.

NYT Middle East
Mar 13, 2019

Saudi Arabia Tortured a U.S. Citizen, His Son Tells Congress
Dr. Walid Fitaihi, a dual citizen of Saudi Arabia and the U.S., has been locked up for more than a year without any charges or trial, his son says.

NYT Middle East
Mar 13, 2019

Iran Rights Lawyer Sentenced to 38 Years in Prison and 148 Lashes, Husband Says
The reported punishment for Nasrin Sotoudeh, who was arrested last June after defending women who removed their head scarves, drew international condemnation.

NYT Middle East
Mar 12, 2019

Answers to Your Questions About the Boeing 737 Max 8
After the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, we asked readers to send us their questions about the type of plane that was involved.

NYT Middle East
Mar 11, 2019

Egypt Looks to Offshore Gas Field for Growth and Influence
A natural gas discovery could bolster the economy and revive the country's regional clout. But Egyptians battling unemployment and inflation might gain little.

NYT Middle East
Mar 11, 2019

Iran Tries to Expand Business in Iraq to Blunt U.S. Sanctions
Tehran has worked hard to deepen its political influence. Now, a visit by the Iranian president highlights efforts to strengthen economic ties.

NYT Middle East
Mar 10, 2019

Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Is Stronger Than Ever. Are These Its Final Days?
The relationship has no precedent in their countries' history, with deep parallels in their politics and struggles with scandal. But as an Israeli election approaches, is this the last hurrah?

NYT Middle East
Mar 10, 2019

U.S. Woman Mired in Saudi Arabia Is Granted Legal Saudi Residency
Bethany Vierra's case showed how the kingdom's rules can restrict women, and how the authorities can intervene if they choose.

NYT Middle East
Mar 09, 2019

Iran Envoy Rejects U.K. Diplomatic Protection for Detained Dual Citizen
A top Iranian diplomat said on Friday that diplomatic protection for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian who has been detained in Iran for nearly three years, contravened international law.

NYT Middle East
Mar 08, 2019

Trump Envoy to Middle East Lashes Out at Palestinian Authority
The envoy, Jason D. Greenblatt, accused Palestinian leaders of offering "a reward system" for terrorists amid a dispute over tax payments withheld by Israel.

NYT Middle East
Mar 08, 2019

Child of Shamima Begum, ISIS Teenager Trying to Return to Britain, Dies in Syria
Ms. Begum, who joined the Islamic State when she was 15 with two other British schoolgirls, has lost her baby in a detention camp in Syria, according to the group holding her.

NYT Middle East
Mar 08, 2019

Cairo Dispatch: What to Do About Cairo's ‘Uncivilized' Buildings? President Orders Epic Paint Job
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi wants to paint the ramshackle red brick buildings that fill Egypt's cities and wants ordinary people to pay for it. Some question if the scheme is wise or even possible.

NYT Middle East
Mar 08, 2019

Why International Women's Day Isn't Going Away
For all the progress women have made, they are still a long way from gender equality.

NYT Middle East
Mar 07, 2019

Saudi Arabia Rebuked for First Time by Fellow Members of U.N. Rights Council
The kingdom has a seat on the United Nations' Human Rights Council, where three dozen nations rebuked it for human rights abuses for the first time on Thursday.

NYT Middle East
Mar 06, 2019

Arab Raid Led to Freedom for American Hostage in Yemen
Danny Lavone Burch, who worked for an oil company in Yemen, was rescued last week in an operation led by the United Arab Emirates with help from the United States.

NYT Middle East
Mar 06, 2019

She Defended Iranian Women Who Removed Their Head-Coverings. Now She Is a Convict.
Nasrin Sotoudeh, a lawyer who has come to symbolize resistance to her country's strict rules, was convicted of security-related crimes in a secret trial.

NYT Middle East
Mar 06, 2019

Yemen Asks U.S. for Help to Curb Smuggling of Looted Ancient Artifacts
Yemeni officials say they need help in recovering artifacts that have been looted from ancient sites and museums during the ongoing civil war.

NYT Middle East
Mar 05, 2019

A High-Level Resignation in Iran Is Seen as Sign of Hard-Liners??? Strength
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, a relative moderate in Iran???s clerical leadership, remains in his post. But he is frustrated.

NYT Middle East
Mar 05, 2019

Clash Over Israeli Settlements Has a New Front: A Delayed U.N. Report
Israel and its backers applauded the U.N.'s human rights commissioner for postponing the release of a database of companies that do business in the West Bank, while human rights groups were outraged.

NYT Middle East
Mar 05, 2019

A High-Level Resignation in Iran Is Seen as Sign of Hard-liners' Strength
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, a relative moderate in Iran's clerical leadership, remains in his post. But he is frustrated.

NYT Middle East
Mar 05, 2019

American Woman, Divorced From Saudi Husband, Is Trapped in Saudi Arabia
Under the kingdom's guardianship laws, Bethany Vierra cannot use her bank account, leave the country or travel with her daughter unless her ex-husband agrees.

NYT Middle East
Mar 04, 2019

2 American Children May Be Trapped in the Last ISIS Village
A Florida man says his children are in a Syrian village under assault by American-backed forces. His wife took their children to Syria when she joined the Islamic State four years ago.

NYT Middle East
Mar 04, 2019

Navy Veteran Imprisoned in Iran Was Beaten, Family Says
The family of Michael R. White, who has been held in Iran since July, has started a GoFundMe page to raise money for an Iranian lawyer.

NYT Middle East
Mar 04, 2019

Egyptian Photojournalist Is Released After 5 Years in Prison
Mahmoud Abou Zeid, known as Shawkan, became a symbol of the crackdown on the news media. He vowed to continue working despite major restrictions on his freedom.

NYT Middle East
Mar 03, 2019

Why the U.S. and Tunisia Keep Their Cooperation Secret
The involvement of American Marines in the North African country where the Arab Spring began is deeper than either country has acknowledged.

NYT Middle East
Mar 03, 2019

Saudi Arabia Moves Toward Trials of Women's Rights Activists
The kingdom's public prosector said the activists will be tried for actions hostile the kingdom. Rights groups have accused the kingdom of torturing them.

NYT Middle East
Mar 03, 2019

Saudi Arabia Moves Toward Trials of Women???s Rights Activists
The kingdom???s public prosector said the activists will be tried for actions hostile the kingdom. Rights groups have accused the kingdom of torturing them.

NYT Middle East
Mar 03, 2019

Dutch ISIS Fighter, Husband of Shamima Begum, Wants to Return Home With Family
Yago Riedijk, who is a Kurdish detention center in Syria, told the BBC that he, his wife and their newborn son "should live in Holland," but he is still on a terrorism watch list.

NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2019

News Analysis: Can Israel Survive Without Netanyahu? Israelis Imagine the Future
Benjamin Netanyahu's main argument for re-election is that Israel needs him. But with his campaign facing serious challenges, Israelis are asking if that's true.

NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2019

Saudi Arabia Is Said to Have Tortured an American Citizen
Walid Fitaihi, a dual citizen, has been imprisoned without charges. His case may add to the backlash over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2019

Saudi Arabia Moves Toward Trials of Women's Right Activists
The kingdom's public prosector said the activists will be tried for actions hostile the kingdom. Rights groups have accused the kingdom of torturing them.

NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2019

U.S. and Tunisia Are Fighting Militants Together. Just Don't Ask Them About It.
The involvement of American Marines in the North African country where the Arab Spring began is deeper than either country has acknowledged.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

Evidence of Chlorine Found in Syrian Town of Douma, Investigators Say
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said it found "reasonable grounds" that chlorine was used in an attack on a Damascus suburb last year.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

With Netanyahu Facing Indictment, Israel Braces for a Wild Election
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a polarizing politician, is slipping in the polls. The campaign could get nasty.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

Threats Force British Wife of ISIS Fighter to Flee a Refuge
Shamima Begum, 19, gave birth to a boy in Al Hawl refugee camp in Syria and has been the target of threats, her family's lawyer said.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

British Teenager Who Married ISIS Fighter Forced to Move in Syrian Camp, Lawyer Says
Shamima Begum, 19, gave birth to a boy in Al Hawl refugee camp and has been the target of threats, her family's lawyer said.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

British Teenager Who Married ISIS Fighter Has Fled Syrian Camp, Lawyer Says
Shamima Begum, 19, gave birth to a boy in Al Hawl refugee camp and has been the target of threats, her family's lawyer said.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

Trump Declares ISIS ???100%??? Defeated in Syria. ???100% Not True,??? Ground Reports Say.
The Pentagon scrambled to respond to President Trump???s remarks about how much land has been taken from the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2019

Trump Declares ISIS ‘100%' Defeated in Syria. ‘100% Not True,' Ground Reports Say.
The Pentagon scrambled to respond to President Trump's remarks about how much land has been taken from the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

News Analysis: Netanyahu Responds to Effort to Indict Him: What He Said and What He Meant
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered an emotional response to the decision to indict him, with a not-too-subtle subtext.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

News Analysis: Netanyahu Responds: What He Said and What He Meant
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered an emotional response to the decision to indict him, with a not-too-subtle subtext.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Trump Declares ISIS ‘100%' Defeated. That's ‘100% Not True,' Ground Reports Say.
The Pentagon scrambled to respond to President Trump's remarks about how much land has been taken from the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Why Is Netanyahu in Hot Water? Here's a Look at the Accusations
Documents released by the Israeli Justice Ministry shed light on why prosecutors decided to go forward with some cases, but not others.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Why Is Netanyahu in Trouble? Here's a Look at the Accusations
Documents released by the Israeli Justice Ministry shed light on why prosecutors decided to go forward with some cases, but not others.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

The Cases Against Netanyahu and a Decision to Indict
Documents released by the Israeli Justice Ministry shed light on why prosecutors decided to go forward with some cases, but not others.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Netanyahu Indictment Closer as Israeli Prosecutor Seeks Charges
The decision, the result of a two-year investigation, imperils the prime minister's political future just 40 days before he is to stand for re-election.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

???Don???t Believe All the Spin???: Netanyahu on Indictment Reports
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the nation Thursday night, saying he would not step down in the face of charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

‘Don't Believe All the Spin': Netanyahu After Being Indicted
After a two-year investigation, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel was indicted Thursday on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust. Mr. Netanyahu said he did not plan to step down.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

‘Don't Believe All the Spin': Netanyahu on Indictment Reports
After a two-year investigation, Israel's attorney general announced his intention on Thursday to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust. Mr. Netanyahu said he did not plan to step down.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Fabien Clain, Prominent French Voice of ISIS, Is Reported Killed in Syria
Mr. Clain, who had navigated French jihadi circles for two decades, recorded propaganda messages for ISIS.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Prosecutor Moves to Indict Netanyahu on Corruption Charges
The announcement was the culmination of a two-year investigation into Benjamin Netanyahu's dealings and imperil his political future just 40 days before he is to stand for re-election.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

The Man Seeking Charges Against His Former Boss, Benjamin Netanyahu
With an election campaign in full swing, Israel's attorney general, Avichai Mandelblit, must decide whether to charge his former patron, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

Israelis May Have Committed Crimes Against Humanity in Gaza Protests, U.N. Says
Investigators said Israeli security forces killed 189 Palestinians and wounded thousands during protests last year, including children and people with disabilities.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2019

U.N. Says Israel May Have Committed Crimes Against Humanity in 2018 Gaza Protests
Investigators said there is evidence of systematic human rights violations by Israeli security forces, who killed 189 Palestinians last year during protests at the Gaza border.

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