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NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2020

Israeli Reports Say Netanyahu Met Saudi Crown Prince. Saudis Deny It.
Clashing reports about the meeting, which would be the first between high-level Israeli and Saudi leaders, show how far apart the two countries remain.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2020

Israeli Reports Say Netanyahu Met Saudi Crown Prince, but Saudis Deny It
The reported visit on Sunday night, amid talk of warming relations, would be the first known meeting between high-level Israeli and Saudi leaders.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2020

Netanyahu Meets With Saudi Crown Prince
The reported visit on Sunday night would be the first known meeting between high-level Israeli and Saudi leaders.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2020

Israeli Panel to Look Into Submarine Scandal, Riling Netanyahu
A decision by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rival defense minister, Benny Gantz, to hold an inquiry could further destabilize their unity government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2020

For Netanyahu and Israel, Trump's Gifts Kept on Coming
Allowing the convicted spy Jonathan Pollard the ability to emigrate to Israel was just the latest in a long list of prizes for America's closest ally in the Middle East.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2020

At G-20, Saudi Arabia and Human Rights Activists Fight Over Kingdom's Image
As the summit's host, the kingdom hopes to showcase its advances, while critics see an opportunity to pounce. But the virtual event will have a lower profile.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2020

Saudi Arabia and Human Rights Activists Fight Over Kingdom's Image at G20
As the summit's host, the kingdom hopes to showcase its advances, while critics see an opportunity to pounce. But the virtual event will have a lower profile.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2020

Saudi Arabia and Human Rights Activists Fight Over Its Image at G20
As the summit's host, the kingdom hopes to showcase its advances, while critics see an opportunity to pounce. But the virtual event will have a lower profile.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2020

Rockets Strike Kabul as Mike Pompeo Plans to Meet with Taliban
The strikes on the Afghan capital, which killed at least five people, comes on the heels of an already bloody month for the city.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2020

Jonathan Pollard, Convicted Spy, Completes Parole and May Move to Israel
The former Navy intelligence analyst served 30 years in prison for stealing American secrets during the Cold War. Some of them ultimately ended up with the Soviet government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2020

After Trump's Embrace, Saudis Brace for a Chillier Tone From Biden
Saudi Arabia's leaders counted on President Trump's unwavering support, but President-elect Biden has vowed to take away the kingdom's "dangerous blank check."

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2020

Egypt Arrests Human Rights Leader, Continuing Crackdown on Dissent
The head of a human rights group and two of its other staff members have joined thousands of opposition figures, protesters and activists already in prison.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2020

Pompeo Visits West Bank Settlement and Calls B.D.S. Anti-Semitic
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the boycott-Israel movement would be treated as anti-Semitic, and ordered that imports from Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank be labeled products of Israel.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2020

Pompeo Calls B.D.S. Movement Anti-Semitic
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was also expected to make precedent-setting visits to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank and to the Golan Heights.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2020

Pompeo Says B.D.S. Movement Is Anti-Semitic
The secretary of state was also expected to make precedent-setting visits to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank and to the Golan Heights.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2020

Seeking Restart With Biden, Palestinians Eye End to Prisoner Payments
The Palestinian Authority pays stipends to prisoners held by Israel in a system critics call "pay to slay." The worse the crime, the higher the payment.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2020

Iran Accelerates Nuclear Program, but Offers Path Back From Confrontation
The government in Tehran has put uranium into its newest centrifuges. At the same time, Iran's foreign minister appears to offer a return to commitments that would prohibit exactly that.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2020

Pompeo and Bahraini Minister Visit Israel After Strikes on Iranian Forces in Syria
Israel launched retaliatory airstrikes in Syria hours before a meeting in Jerusalem with the Bahraini foreign minister and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2020

Israel Strikes Syria and Iranian Forces as Pompeo Flies In
Israel launched the retaliatory airstrikes in Syria hours before a meeting in Jerusalem with the Bahraini foreign minister and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2020

Israel and Palestinians Resume Security Agreement
The Palestinian Authority had ended security cooperation to protest Israel's plans to annex large parts of the West Bank. Those plans are now on hold.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2020

Biden Wants to Rejoin Iran Nuclear Deal, but It Won't Be Easy
President Trump is applying more sanctions on Iran that would be hard to reverse. Tehran, facing elections in June, has its own demands.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2020

Trump Sought Options for Attacking Iran to Stop Its Growing Nuclear Program
The president was dissuaded from moving ahead with a strike by advisers who warned that it could escalate into a broader conflict in his last weeks in office.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2020

Trump Is Said to Be Preparing to Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia
Facing the end of his time in power, the president is pushing to accelerate withdrawals from counterterrorism conflicts. He campaigned on ending the longstanding wars.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2020

Western Sahara Independence Group Ends Truce With Morocco
One of Africa's longest-simmering conflicts erupts back into the open.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2020

Egypt Unearths New Mummies Dating Back 2,500 Years
More than 100 painted wooden coffins, many with bodies, were found in the necropolis of Saqqara, officials said. After several recent finds at the site, it's the largest discovery there this year.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2020

They Once Ruled Ethiopia. Now They Are Fighting Its Government.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's two-year feud with the rebellious ruling party of the Tigray region has exploded into a war, with bombings, massacres and ethnic divisions, that threatens to upend the entire Horn of Africa.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2020

Iran Denies That Al Qaeda Leader Was Killed in Tehran
The denial came in the wake of a New York Times report that quoted intelligence officials as saying the terror group's No. 2 leader was killed on the street in Tehran in August.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2020

Western Sahara Ends Truce With Morocco
One of Africa's longest-simmering conflicts erupts back into the open.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2020

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NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2020

Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
Israeli agents shot Abu Muhammad al-Masri on the streets of Tehran at the behest of the U.S., officials said, but no one — Iran, Al Qaeda, the U.S. or Israel — has publicly acknowledged the killing.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2020

Morocco Launches Military Operation in Western Sahara Buffer Zone
The growing tensions in the disputed territory threaten the fragile truce that has been in place there since 1991.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2020

At Least 74 Drown in Wreck Off Libya, U.N. Agency Says
A rubber raft crowded with at least 120 migrants sank in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday. The craft was on a notoriously dangerous route for refugees trying to reach European shores.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2020

Syria Seeks Return of Refugees, but They Fear Leader's Wrath
President Bashar al-Assad said the millions of citizens who fled during the war have been blocked from coming back. But he left out the main reason they are staying away: Mr. al-Assad himself.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2020

Helicopter Crash in Egypt Kills 8 Sinai Peacekeepers
Six Americans are among the dead. The Multinational Force and Observers said there was nothing to suggest the crash was anything but an accident.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2020

Gunman Fires on Saudi Embassy in The Hague
No one was injured in what was an extremely rare attack on a diplomatic mission in the Netherlands.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Natan Zach, Blunt and Cherished Israeli Poet, Dies at 89
Mr. Zach chafed at the formal structures and opaque Hebrew of poetry in the young Jewish state, and wrote in a looser and more direct language.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

With Village Beheadings, Islamic State Intensifies Attacks in Mozambique
The United Nations called for an investigation into reports of many people beheaded in northern Mozambique, where Islamist insurgents have stepped up a brutal campaign.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Attack on French Remembrance Day Ceremony in Saudi Arabia Wounds 3
France has been targeted repeatedly since the republication in September of Prophet Muhammad caricatures by the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Christopher Miller Named Acting Defense Secretary
President Trump's new acting secretary of defense began a since-aborted diplomatic gambit last month to negotiate with a Somali terrorist group — drawing the ire of the secretary of state.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

He Sidestepped Pompeo and Got Slapped Down. Now He's the New Pentagon Chief.
President Trump's new acting secretary of defense began a since-aborted diplomatic gambit last month to negotiate with a Somali terrorist group — drawing the ire of the secretary of state.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Attack on French Remembrance Day Ceremony in Saudi Arabia Wounds 2
France has been targeted repeatedly since the republication in September of Prophet Muhammad caricatures by the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Khalifa Bin Salman al-Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain, Dies at 84
During his tenure as the world's longest-serving prime minister, he oversaw development in the Gulf kingdom, stood up for the monarchy and quashed dissent.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Attack on French Consulate Ceremony in Saudi Arabia Wounds at Least 2
France has been targeted in a series of attacks since the republication in September of Prophet Muhammad caricatures by the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Sisi Promised Egypt Better Health Care. Covid-19 Showed His True Priority.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi vowed to put improved health care "at the heart" of his agenda. It hasn't worked out like that in a country where the military's needs always come first.

NYT Middle East
Nov 11, 2020

Sisi Promised Egypt Better Health Care. Virus Exposed His True Priority.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi vowed to put improved health care "at the heart" of his agenda. It hasn't worked out like that in a country where the military's needs always come first.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2020

Administration Proposes Arms Deal for U.A.E., but Some in Congress Already Object
The $23 billion sale could alter the military balance in the Middle East, eventually allowing the small emirates to flex greater power in a region of sectarian rivalries.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2020

Saeb Erekat, Palestinian Chief Negotiator Amid Turmoil, Dies at 65
A passionate champion of Palestinian statehood, his goal seemed to become less attainable with time. "I'm not finished with what I was born to do," he said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2020

Saeb Erekat, Longtime Palestinian Chief Negotiator, Dies at 65
A passionate champion of Palestinian statehood, his goal seemed to become less attainable with time.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2020

Facing Military Debacle, Armenia Accepts a Deal in Nagorno-Karabakh War
In an agreement brokered by Russia, Azerbaijan won many of the concessions it has sought for decades in negotiations over the Nagorno-Karabakh separatist region.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2020

U.A.E. Changes Laws to Attract Foreign Tourists and Investment
The United Arab Emirates is abolishing lenient sentences for so-called honor killings, loosening alcohol restrictions and lessening the sway of Islamic law over foreigners.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2020

From Iraq, an Intimate Glimpse of the Religious Holiday of Arbaeen
Every year, millions of pilgrims descend on the central Iraqi city of Karbala to commemorate the Shiite holiday of Arbaeen, one of the largest organized gatherings in the world.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2020

Biden's Win Means a Demotion for Netanyahu and Less Focus on Israel
Benjamin Netanyahu has made his closeness to President Trump, who gave him much of what he wanted, central to his political appeal. Things will be different in a Biden administration.

NYT Middle East
Nov 07, 2020

‘It's Like Falling in Love': Israeli Entrepreneurs Welcomed in Dubai
A high-profile delegation of Israeli innovators visited the United Arab Emirates soon after moves to normalize relations.

NYT Middle East
Nov 06, 2020

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Lebanese Politician Allied With Hezbollah
The action continued the administration's efforts to dial up pressure against Tehran before the end of President Trump's term.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2020

A Transfixed World Awaits What's Next in America
As U.S. results trickled in, they were analyzed far and wide with the sort of blanket news coverage most often reserved for elections closer to home.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2020

A Riveted World Waits to See What's Next in America
As results trickled in, they were analyzed far and wide with the sort of blanket news coverage most often reserved for elections closer to home.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2020

Ethiopia's Leader Orders Military Action in a Northern Region
"The last red line has been crossed," said Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, blaming the provincial government in Tigray for an attack on an army base.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2020

Robert Fisk, Intrepid War Correspondent, Dies at 74
"You cannot get near the truth without being there," he said. Working for British newspapers, he ranged across the Middle East, Bosnia, Northern Ireland and elsewhere.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2020

U.S. Cyber Command Expands Operations to Hunt Hackers From Russia, Iran and China
Building on a 2018 effort, Cyber Command sent teams to Europe, the Middle East and Asia to learn more about how adversaries could threaten the election this year.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2020

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Nov 01, 2020

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NYT Middle East
Oct 31, 2020

As the U.S. Election Nears, the World Holds Its Breath
President Trump turned American foreign policy inside out, to the benefit of some nations and consternation of others. Now both groups are watching attentively to see which direction the U.S. goes next.

NYT Middle East
Oct 30, 2020

Egyptian Teen Seeks Justice in Rape Case, and a Battle Erupts Over Women's Rights
A generation of young women in Egypt who have found their voice on social media are challenging the old rules that blamed women when they were attacked by men.

NYT Middle East
Oct 30, 2020

Egyptian Teen Seeks Justice for Rape, and a Battle Erupts Over Women's Rights
A generation of young women in Egypt who have found their voice on social media are challenging the old rules that blamed women when they were attacked by men.

NYT Middle East
Oct 30, 2020

Qatar Apologizes for Airport Strip Searches and Pursues Charges
The government called the invasive examinations of women on 10 flights at Doha's airport this month "wholly inconsistent with Qatar's culture and values."

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2020

A Top Aide to Saddam Hussein Is Reported Dead
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, who had eluded capture for 17 years, was Mr. Hussein's right-hand man in a government that dealt brutally with Iraqi civilians and unleashed catastrophic regional wars.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2020

Turkish Bank Case Showed Erdogan's Influence With Trump
New details of the Justice Department's handling of the accusations against Halkbank reveal how Turkey's leader pressured the president, prompting concern from top White House aides.

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2020

Abbas Is Counting on a Trump Loss to Revive Palestinian Fortunes
A Biden victory could bring economic relief for Palestinians and friendlier relations with Washington, though not a return to 2016. A Trump win? They'd rather not think about it.

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2020

Qatar 'Regrets' Strip-Searches Over Abandoned Baby
Women were pulled from a Qatar Airways flight bound for Sydney, Australia, and others and subjected to strip-searches after a baby was found in an airport toilet.

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2020

Arrested, Tortured, Imprisoned: The U.S. Contractors Abandoned in Kuwait
Dozens of military contractors, most of them Black, have been jailed in the emirate — some on trumped-up drug charges. Why has the American government failed to help them?

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2020

The Americans Left Behind in Kuwait
Dozens of military contractors have been imprisoned in the emirate — some on trumped-up drug charges, and many after torture. Why has the government failed to help them?

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2020

Qatar 'Regrets' Airport Strip-Searches Over Abandoned Baby
Women were pulled from a Qatar Airways flight bound for Sydney, Australia, and subjected to strip-searches after a baby was found in an airport toilet.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2020

Sharks Wash Up on Beaches, Stabbed by Swordfish
The discovery of impaled sharks on Mediterranean shores backs up old fishermen's tales of the marine predators dueling with swordfish.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2020

Al Qaeda Feels Losses in Syria and Afghanistan but Stays Resilient
American drones and U.S. allies killed several Qaeda leaders and operatives in the past week. But the organization has "ingrained itself in local communities and conflicts," according to the U.N.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Iran's Oil Sector
The Trump administration is trying to fortify its campaign of maximum pressure against Iran from being reversed by a potential Biden administration.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Gaza Court Convicts Peace Activists for Video Call With Israelis
The court ruled that the defendants would not spend more time in jail. Their video call crossed the hard line Hamas takes on many interactions between Palestinians and Israelis.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

After Honing His Painting Skills as a Soldier, an Artist Finds His Voice
In Iraq, Samir Khurshid had to paint portraits of Saddam Hussein. In Oregon, he's still painting, and his former life makes its way into his work.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Russian Airstrikes Kill Dozens of Turkish-Backed Rebels in Syria
Analysts say the assault, which violated a seven-month truce, could be seen as a warning to Ankara.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Women on Qatar Airways Flight Say They Were Strip-Searched
Female passengers said they were pulled from a Sydney-bound flight in Doha and given a medically invasive exam to see if they had recently given birth after an abandoned newborn was found in an airport bathroom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Women on Qatar Airways Flight Say They Were Strip-Searched
Female passengers said they were pulled from a Sydney-bound flight in Doha and given a medically invasive exam to see if they had recently given birth after an abandoned newborn was found in an airport bathroom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Qatar Strip Search of Women on Flight Draws Shock and Anger
Women told officials they had been pulled from a Sydney-bound flight in Doha and medically examined to see if they had recently given birth after an abandoned newborn was found in an airport bathroom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2020

Australia Says Female Passengers on Qatar Flight Got Invasive Medical Exams
Women told officials they had been pulled from a Sydney-bound flight in Doha, strip-searched and examined to see if they had recently given birth after an abandoned newborn was found in an airport bathroom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 23, 2020

Trump Announces Sudan Will Move to Normalize Relations With Israel
But the deal appears to fall short of full diplomatic ties, as there was no mention of opening embassies in the others' capitals, as Israel is planning to do with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

NYT Middle East
Oct 23, 2020

Libya's Two Main Factions Agree to a Cease-Fire
The two main factions in years of civil war that have drawn in Russia, Turkey and other regional powers signed an accord at the United Nations in Geneva.

NYT Middle East
Oct 22, 2020

Russia Poses Greater Election Threat Than Iran, Many U.S. Officials Say
Russia's hackers appeared to be preparing to sow chaos amid any uncertainty around election results, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Oct 22, 2020

In Iran, Aydin Aghdashloo Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 13 Women
The #MeToo movement has hit a nerve among Iran's women. Now accusations against a politically connected celebrity artist are testing the movement in a sexually conservative society dominated by men.

NYT Middle East
Oct 22, 2020

Saad Hariri, Lebanon's Ex-Prime Minister, Could Again Lead the Country
The former prime minister, who stepped down amid protests last year, could return as the head of the government as the country deals with an even deeper crisis.

NYT Middle East
Oct 22, 2020

Saad Hariri, Who Quit Amid Lebanon Crises, Could Again Lead the Country
The former prime minister, who stepped down amid protests last year, could return as the head of the government as the country deals with an even deeper crisis.

NYT Middle East
Oct 21, 2020

Iran and Russia Seek to Influence Election in Final Days, U.S. Officials Warn
Iran is behind threatening, spoofed emails sent to voters, the officials said, but there was no indication that any votes themselves had been altered.

NYT Middle East
Oct 21, 2020

Manslaughter Charge Urged for Israeli Officer in Killing of Autistic Palestinian
Palestinians assail the failure to recommend a murder charge in the case, which has become a cause célèbre in the fight against police brutality.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2020

Fiancée Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Killing
The fiancée of the slain Washington Post journalist sued Prince Mohammed bin Salman in an attempt to learn more about the 2018 killing.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2020

U.A.E. and Israel Agree to Visa Waivers and Direct Flights
In the first official U.A.E. visit to Israel since the countries normalized relations, they agreed to ease travel and upgrade West Bank checkpoints. Palestinians called it tacit assent to Israeli occupation.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Qaeda Financier Who Trades in Gems
The action shows that the U.S. government remains concerned about how extremist groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State continue to creatively raise and distribute money around the world.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

U.S. Seeks Release of Austin Tice and Majd Kamalmaz From Syria
Though the two countries barely talk, American officials met in Damascus with a Syrian intelligence chief to discuss two U.S. citizens held in Syria, Austin Tice and Majd Kamalmaz.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

State Dept. to Remove Sudan From List of Terrorist States
The move clears the way for the African nation to seek international assistance and potentially to normalize relations with Israel, which officials said could happen in days.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

Festival Cancels Abu Dhabi Event After Allegations of Sexual Assault
An employee of the Hay Festival in Abu Dhabi said she was accosted by the tolerance minister of the U.A.E. earlier this year.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

‘If There Were No Hashish Here, You Wouldn't See a Single House'
A village in Lebanon, where cannabis grows everywhere, has long counted on hashish for income. But the country's economic crisis has farmers reconsidering the crop.

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2020

How The Economic Crisis is Making Lebanon Reconsider Hashish
A village in Lebanon, where cannabis grows everywhere, has long counted on hashish for income. But the country's economic crisis has farmers reconsidering the crop.

NYT Middle East
Oct 18, 2020

Refugees Who Assisted U.S. Military Denied Entry Into U.S.
President Trump has reduced the flow of refugees into the country to a trickle, and even Iraqis and Afghans who risked their lives for American service members have been cut off.

NYT Middle East
Oct 16, 2020

Eitan Haber, Rabin Aide and Israeli Wordsmith, Dies at 80
Mr. Haber moved between journalism and service to the prime minister whose death he announced to the nation.

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