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NYT Middle East
Jan 20, 2019

Pakistan Arrests Officers After Children Who Survived Shooting Contradict Police
At first, the authorities claimed a family had been shot in a counterterrorism operation. Now, more than a dozen officers have been arrested.

NYT Middle East
Jan 20, 2019

An American Disappeared in Syria 2 Years Ago. His Family Wants Trump to Help.
Majd Kamalmaz went missing after being stopped at a government checkpoint in Damascus. His family is now speaking out, hoping President Trump will prioritize his case.

NYT Middle East
Jan 19, 2019

In Turkey, Senator Calls for Slower, Smarter U.S. Withdrawal From Syria
Lindsey Graham, who met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said he was on a mission to ensure that the withdrawal of troops did not damage American long-term interests.

NYT Middle East
Jan 18, 2019

Journalist for Iranian TV Is Detained as Witness in U.S. Investigation
Marzieh Hashemi, an anchor for the Iranian channel Press TV, is not accused of a crime but is being held until her grand jury testimony is done.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

Khashoggi Killing Detailed in New Book: ‘We Came to Take You to Riyadh'
Three Turkish reporters close to intelligence officials quote heavily from audiotapes that captured Jamal Khashoggi's last minutes in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

Four Americans Were Killed in a Syrian City That Seemed Safe — Until It Wasn't
In Manbij, Syria, U.S. officials would walk through the market and eat at restaurants. Then on Jan. 16., a suicide bomber killed four Americans and at least 12 others, and a place once seen by many as a safe haven became anything but.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

A Favorite Restaurant in Syria Led ISIS to Americans
Some military officials say American soldiers had become complacent in a relatively peaceful spot in Syria. It was a fatal mistake.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

Times Insider: In Syrian Town Where U.S. Senators Wore No Body Armor, a Fragile Stability Shatters
A suicide bomber killed 15 people, including four Americans, at a restaurant in Manbij this week. In July, two senators, accompanied by a reporter, had lunch there with local leaders.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

‘We Came to Take You to Riyadh': Khashoggi Killing Detailed in New Book
Three Turkish reporters close to intelligence officials quote heavily from audiotapes that captured Jamal Khashoggi's last minutes in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

Now Unreeling, an Istanbul Artist's Tumultuous Decade
Catching up with Banu Cennetoglu, in her first U.S. show, at the SculptureCenter. She calls it ‘a collective history.'

NYT Middle East
Jan 17, 2019

The Planned U.S. Troop Withdrawal From Syria: Here's the Latest
If anyone had any illusions about just how complicated a U.S. withdrawal from Syria might be, they were unlikely to retain them after the latest bad news out of the war-torn country.

NYT Middle East
Jan 16, 2019

ISIS Attack in Syria Kills 4 Americans, Raising New Worries About Troop Withdrawal
Critics of President Trump's drawdown plans said his claim of victory over the Islamic State may have emboldened its fighters and encouraged the suicide bombing that killed 19 people.

NYT Middle East
Jan 16, 2019

The U.S. Withdrawal From Syria: Here's the Latest
If anyone had any illusions about just how complicated a U.S. withdrawal from Syria might be, they were unlikely to retain them after the latest bad news out the war-torn country.

NYT Middle East
Jan 16, 2019

Video Shows Deadly Blast in Syria
The attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State, occurred at a restaurant in Manbij, northern Syria, frequented by American troops. Warning: video includes scenes of graphic violence.

NYT Middle East
Jan 16, 2019

U.S. Troops Among Dead in Islamic State Bombing in Syria
The attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State, came as President Trump is pushing to withdraw American troops from Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jan 16, 2019

Iran State Television Says U.S. Is Holding One of Its Journalists
Marzieh Hashemi, an anchor for Press TV, was arrested on Sunday in St. Louis, the network said. U.S. officials have not confirmed her arrest.

NYT Middle East
Jan 15, 2019

Nonfiction: Jason Rezaian Recounts His 544 Days of Captivity in Iran
In "Prisoner," the former Tehran bureau chief for The Washington Post shows that the most innocent activities in Iran could get you accused of spying.

NYT Middle East
Jan 15, 2019

Iranian Satellite Launch Ends in Failure
The Trump administration had condemned the endeavor as a pretext for testing technologies that could be transferred to ballistic missiles.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Saudi Teenager Who Fled Family Embraces All Things Canadian. (O.K., Maybe Not Winter.)
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun engineered an escape to freedom. Now she has a simpler goal: "I want to do crazy things I've never done before."

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo's Anti-Iran Tour Faces Obstacles of a Fractious Middle East
Touring eight countries in one week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sought to build a regional coalition against Iran. The obstacles are formidable.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo Says He Pressed Saudi Leader on War and Rights Abuses
Secretary of State Pompeo said he asked the Saudi crown prince to rein in some of his rash and violent policies but reaffirmed ties between the nations.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Nonfiction: A Journalist Recounts His 544 Days of Captivity in Iran
In "Prisoner," Jason Rezaian explains that the most innocent activities in Iran could get you accused of spying.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo Presses Saudi Leader on War, Murder and Rights Abuses
President Trump has expressed support for Prince Mohammed bin Salman, but American officials want the prince to rein in some of his rash and violent policies.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo Stops in Saudi Arabia to Meet With the Crown Prince
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Monday during his tour of the Middle East. He aimed to discuss an array of topics — war, the journalist Jamal Khashoggi and diplomatic rifts — with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo Presses Saudi Crown Prince on War, Murder and Diplomatic Rifts
President Trump has expressed support for Prince Mohammed bin Salman, but American officials want the prince to work toward greater stability in the region.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Pompeo Expected to Press Saudi Crown Prince on Several Crucial Issues
President Trump has expressed support for Prince Mohammed bin Salman, but American officials want the prince to work toward greater stability in the region.

NYT Middle East
Jan 14, 2019

Cargo Plane Crashes in Iran, Killing at Least 15
Fire immediately engulfed the aircraft after it skidded off a runway and crashed into a wall separating the Fath Airport from a residential neighborhood.

NYT Middle East
Jan 13, 2019

A Blockade and a Murder: U.S. Faces Enduring Problems With Saudis
The Trump administration is trying to uphold a relationship with Saudi Arabia while mitigating the fallout from actions by the kingdom and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

NYT Middle East
Jan 13, 2019

Israel, in Rare Admission, Confirms Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria
By lifting the veil on its campaign to curb Iranian influence in the region, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to be trying to convey confidence during his re-election campaign.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

Family of Navy Veteran Held in Iran Says He Had Valid Visa and Is No Spy
The family of Michael R. White, the first American seized in Iran since President Trump took office, also said he suffered serious health issues.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

Teenager Captured With ISIS Fighters Is From Trinidad, Not the U.S., Officials Say
A 16-year-old caught on the front lines in Syria had been taken by his mother to the battle zone when he was 12, his sister and American officials said.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

News Analysis: As U.S. Exits Syria, Mideast Faces a Post-American Era
The pending withdrawal from Syria is the latest example of a broader American disengagement from the Middle East. Russia and Iran are filling the void.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

Saudi Women, Tired of Restraints, Find Ways to Flee
Often aided and inspired by social media, an increasing number of young Saudi women are taking enormous gambles to escape the country, rights groups say.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

Saudi Women, at Great Risk, Are Fleeing the Kingdom: ‘a Suicide Mission'
Stifled by the country's restrictions, and often aided and inspired by social media, an increasing number of young Saudi women are taking the enormous gamble to flee, rights groups say.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

The Carpetbagger: Oscars Rewind: The Most Political Ceremony in Academy History
In 1978 Vanessa Redgrave castigated "Zionist hoodlums" in her acceptance speech, Paddy Chayefsky castigated her, and protesters and counterprotesters took to the streets.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

U.S. Equipment, but Not Troops, Begins Exiting Syria in Chaotic Withdrawal
Officials said the number of American troops might actually increase in Syria, to help protect the final withdrawal — a process that is still expected to take at least four to six months.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

U.S. Troops Begin Syria Withdrawal, Amid Uncertainty Over Strategy
The surprise announcement by the military threatened to set off a scramble for the void that American troops would leave behind.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

U.S. Begins Syria Withdrawal, Amid Uncertainty Over Strategy
The surprise announcement by the military threatened to set off a scramble for the void that American troops would leave behind.

NYT Middle East
Jan 11, 2019

U.S. Forces Begin Withdrawing From Syria
The surprise announcement threatened to set off a scramble for the void that American troops would leave behind.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Pompeo Speech Lays Out Vision for Mideast, Taking Shots at Obama
The secretary of state pledged a tougher approach against Iran and more assertive American leadership, notwithstanding the decision to withdraw from Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Violence Grows in Northern Afghanistan, but Neither Side Is Gaining Much Ground
The fighting has continued amid stalled efforts to persuade the Taliban to sit down for talks with the Afghan government.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Two Speeches, a Decade Apart: How Pompeo Departed From Obama
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's Middle East speech contrasted starkly with President Obama's in 2009. A look the major points of contention.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Pompeo Speech Lays Out Mideast Manifesto, Taking Shots at Obama
The secretary of state offered a vision based on assertive American leadership, notwithstanding President Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Same Administration, Different Messages: America's Syria Strategy
Last month, President Trump announced that the U.S. won its fight in Syria and would be soon leaving. But his national security team has given different statements about the policy it believes the U.S. should pursue.

NYT Middle East
Jan 10, 2019

Pompeo Calls Obama's Mideast Policy Misguided
The secretary of state offered his own policy vision based on unquestioned American leadership and an alliance of Arab authoritarians to counter Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jan 09, 2019

American Boy, 16, Caught Fighting for ISIS in Syria, Militia Says
The teenager, whose capture was announced by the Syrian Democratic Forces, would be the only American minor apprehended fighting on behalf of the Islamic State on the battlefield.

NYT Middle East
Jan 09, 2019

Stranded Migrants Are Finally Brought to Shore After 19 Days
A group of 49 refugees that was refused entry to any European port in late December has now been granted permission to land on Malta.

NYT Middle East
Jan 09, 2019

A Norwegian Air Jet Landed in Iran 4 Weeks Ago. It Can't Leave Yet.
Stranded passengers moved on safely the next day, but repairs for the plane have been delayed because of U.S. sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Jan 08, 2019

Turkish President Snubs Bolton Over Comments That Turkey Must Protect Kurds
The storm around the visit by John R. Bolton, the American national security adviser, to Turkey showed how far apart the countries are on how to handle a U.S. withdrawal from Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jan 08, 2019

Erdogan Says Turkey Cannot ‘Swallow the Message' From Bolton
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey denounced comments from the U.S. national security adviser John Bolton that Turkey must agree to protect Kurds if Americans withdrew from Syria. Mr. Bolton was denied a meeting with Mr. Erdogan during his visit to Ankara on Tuesday.

NYT Middle East
Jan 08, 2019

Erdogan Snubs Bolton Over Comments That Turkey Must Protect Kurds
The storm around the U.S. national security adviser's visit to Turkey showed how far apart the countries are on how to handle an American withdrawal from Syria.

NYT Middle East
Jan 07, 2019

Iran Has Held U.S. Navy Veteran Since July, Family Says
Michael R. White of Imperial Beach, Calif., was seized in late July while visiting an Iranian woman whom his mother described as his girlfriend.

NYT Middle East
Jan 07, 2019

News Analysis: Netanyahu, Feeling Heat, Grabs Spotlight to Assail ‘Witch Hunt' Investigation
Expecting an indictment on corruption charges, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went on television to attack the prosecutors investigating him as a ‘joke' and ‘absurdity.'

NYT Middle East
Jan 07, 2019

Two Marines and Navy Sailor Are Investigated in Contractor's Death
A physical altercation on New Year's Eve in the northern Iraqi city of Erbil left a Lockheed Martin contractor dead and three troops under investigation.

NYT Middle East
Jan 07, 2019

Moshe Arens, Israeli Statesman and Ex-Defense Minister, Dies at 93
Mr. Arens, who also served as foreign minister and ambassador to the United States, remained until his last days a beacon of Israel's ideological right.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

American ISIS Member Caught on Syrian Battlefield, Militia Says
The Houston native is said to have once sought a job teaching English for the Islamic State. The militia said it had also captured a second American.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

Mediator: Netflix's Bow to Saudi Censors Comes at a Cost to Free Speech
The decision to remove an episode from its service in Saudi Arabia raises questions of whether entertainment giants will fight for values like free expression.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

Saudi Woman Who Tried to Flee Family Says, ‘They Will Kill Me'
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun slipped away from her family in Kuwait, and made it all the way to Thailand. There, her hopes of making it to Australia were foiled.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

Bolton Puts Conditions on Syria Withdrawal, Suggesting a Delay of Months or Years
John R. Bolton, the national security adviser, said troops would remain until the Islamic State was completely defeated and Turkey guaranteed it would not strike Kurdish forces.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

2 Americans Said to Have Joined ISIS Are Caught on the Front Lines in Syria
A native of Houston who sought a job teaching English for the Islamic State was one of two Americans said to have been captured on the battlefield by a United States-supported militia.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

2 Americans Said to Have Joined ISIS Caught on the Front Lines in Syria
A native of Houston who sought a job teaching English for the Islamic State was one of two Americans said to have been captured on the battlefield by a United States-supported militia.

NYT Middle East
Jan 06, 2019

Israeli Teenagers Are Suspected in Deadly Stoning of a Palestinian Woman
Five youths are being investigated for "grave terrorism offenses, including murder," over the death of Aisha Rabi on a West Bank road.

NYT Middle East
Jan 05, 2019

Fratricide in Full Bloom as Israeli Election Campaign Heats Up
Political alliances are all well and good, but they are falling by the wayside as lawmakers jockey for position in an eventual post-Netanyahu Israel.

NYT Middle East
Jan 04, 2019

Egypt Tried to Block Broadcast of CBS Interview With President Sisi
CBS said President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi acknowledged that his military cooperated with Israel, and refused a request by Egypt to stop the broadcast.

NYT Middle East
Jan 04, 2019

Pompeo Plans to Press Saudi Leaders Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi
Mr. Khashoggi's case underscores the complexities of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's coming visit to eight Arab nations in the Middle East, where he will discuss strategies to contain Iran.

NYT Middle East
Jan 03, 2019

U.S. Accuses Iran of Using Space Launch as Cover for Missile Program
Responding to a warning from the secretary of state, Iran's foreign minister said the U.S. was "in no position to lecture" about violating global deals after withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Jan 03, 2019

Afghan Leaders Dispute Trump's Claim That Soviets Invaded to Fight Terrorists
President Ashraf Ghani contested President Trump's claim that the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979 to fight terrorists.

NYT Middle East
Jan 03, 2019

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NYT Middle East
Jan 03, 2019

Saudi Arabia Seeks Death Penalty for 5 Suspects in Khashoggi Killing
Despite international scrutiny, the kingdom provided no new information on its agents' roles in the death of the dissident Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Jan 02, 2019

Saudi Arabia Denies Issuing American Weapons to Sudanese
Sudanese soldiers fighting for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen had told The Times that they had been issued weapons they believed were American.

NYT Middle East
Jan 01, 2019

Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince
The episode of "Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj," which critiques the crown prince, was blocked from streaming in the country after the government complained that it violated cybercrime laws.

NYT Middle East
Jan 01, 2019

A 6-Pack of Beer for $26? Qatar Doubles the Price of Alcohol
Many countries have tried to regulate alcohol consumption by making drinking expensive. But the country added a 100 percent tax on Tuesday.

NYT Middle East
Jan 01, 2019

Rocket Launches, Trips to the Moon and More Space and Astronomy Events in 2019
A busy year in space just ended, and this one will be full of new highlights in orbit and beyond.

NYT Middle East
Dec 31, 2018

Video on Turkish TV Is Said to Show Khashoggi's Remains Being Moved
The television network A Haber broadcast footage of the residence of Saudi Arabia's consul general in Istanbul, and of men carrying large suitcases inside.

NYT Middle East
Dec 31, 2018

New Year's Eve Around the World: Countdown to 2019, in Photos
Images of festivities celebrating the transition to the new year.

NYT Middle East
Dec 30, 2018

Israel Dispatch: New Year's Fete From Russia Irks Some in Israel: ‘It's Not a Jewish Holiday'
Novy God, the Russian New Year, has become a way to gauge Israeli acceptance of more one million Russian-speaking immigrants, many of whom feel they constantly have to prove their Jewishness.

NYT Middle East
Dec 30, 2018

A Day, a Life: When a Medic Was Killed in Gaza, Was It an Accident?
When an Israeli soldier killed Rouzan al-Najjar, Palestinians called her an innocent martyr and Israel portrayed her as a threat. The truth is more complicated.

NYT Middle East
Dec 30, 2018

Times Insider: How Times Reporters Froze a Fatal Moment on a Protest Field in Gaza
A volunteer medic was killed by Israeli gunfire on June 1. Times reporters combined a forensic visual investigation with on-the-ground reporting to reconstruct what happened and tell her story.

NYT Middle East
Dec 30, 2018

An Israeli Soldier Killed a Medic in Gaza. We Investigated the Fatal Shot.
On June 1, an Israeli soldier shot into a crowd, killing a volunteer medic named Rouzan al-Najjar. Israeli officials say soldiers only use live fire as a last resort. Our investigation shows otherwise. We analyzed over 1,000 photos and videos, froze the fatal moment in a 3-D model of the protest, and interviewed more than 30 witnesses and I.D.F. commanders to reveal how Rouzan was killed.

NYT Middle East
Dec 29, 2018

Son of Yemeni Mother Dies Soon After She Won Visa Battle With U.S. to See Him
Shaima Swileh, a Yemeni citizen who lives in Egypt, fought to visit her only child in California, where he was receiving treatment for a brain disease.

NYT Middle East
Dec 29, 2018

Son of Yemeni Mother Dies Less Than Two Weeks After She Gained Entry to U.S.
Shaima Swileh, a Yemeni citizen who lives in Egypt, fought to visit her only child in California, where he was receiving treatment for a brain disease.

NYT Middle East
Dec 29, 2018

Egypt Kills 40 Suspected Militants After Deadly Bombing of Tour Bus
Security forces raided sites in North Sinai and Giza, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday, a day after a bomb killed three Vietnamese tourists and their Egyptian guide.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Bomb in Egypt Strikes Bus Full of Vietnamese Tourists, Killing 4
Ten people were injured and three Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian tour guide were killed when a bomb blast hit their bus near the famous pyramids of Giza.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Bomb Strikes Bus Full of Vietnamese Tourists, Killing 3
Eleven people were injured and two Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian tour guide were killed when a bomb blast hit their bus near the famous pyramids of Giza.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Bomb in Egypt Strikes Bus Full of Vietnamese Tourists, Killing 3
Eleven people were injured and two Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian tour guide were killed when a bomb blast hit their bus near the famous pyramids of Giza.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Human Rights Advocate Under Fire in Case of Arab Princess Who Claimed Abduction
Mary Robinson, a former United Nations human rights commissioner, has been accused of covering for Dubai's mistreatment of a daughter of the ruling sheikh.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Two Vietnamese Tourists Killed in Bombing in Egypt
Twelves people were injured, 10 of them Vietnamese, when a bomb blast hit their bus less than three miles from Egypt's world famous Giza pyramids.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Syria's Kurds, Feeling Betrayed by the U.S., Ask Assad Government for Protection
The call was the first sign of shifting political alliances in Syria's east since President Trump announced the withdrawal of American troops.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

‘That's Shiny': How a U.K. Plane Spotter Cracked the Secret of Trump's Iraq Visit
An aviation enthusiast saw something shiny out of his kitchen window. Public data, and a community of online sleuths, did the rest.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Amos Oz, Israeli Author and Peace Advocate, Dies at 79
One of Israel's most prolific writers, he published numerous works of both fiction and nonfiction, and his writing was translated into more than 35 languages.

NYT Middle East
Dec 28, 2018

Syria's Kurds, Abandoned by U.S., Ask Assad Government for Protection
The call was the first move in a looming scramble for control of Syria's east since President Trump announced the withdrawal of American troops.

NYT Middle East
Dec 27, 2018

Angered at Trump's Visit, Some Iraqi Lawmakers Want U.S. Troops Out
A range of Iraqi politicians criticized President Trump over his surprise visit as an affront. The most strident critics were affiliated with Moktada al-Sadr, a nationalist Shiite cleric.

NYT Middle East
Dec 27, 2018

Saudi King Shakes Up Cabinet, Keeping Power in Son's Hands
Allies of the crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, were among those promoted, despite the war in Yemen and the death of the dissident columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

Being There: Our Favorite Dispatches From Every Corner of the Globe
We reported this year from over 100 countries, and in a new feature, the Dispatch, we invited you to come along for a bumpy, exhilarating, emotionally wrenching ride.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

Being There: Our Favorite Dispatches From Every Corner of the World
We reported this year from over 100 countries, and in a new feature, the Dispatch, we invited you to come along for a bumpy, exhilarating, emotionally wrenching ride.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

Syria Faces Brittle Future, Dominated by Russia and Iran
With or without an American pullout, Syria is now a Balkanized version of what existed before it plunged into a calamitous civil war in 2011.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

Iran's Economic Crisis Drags Down the Middle Class Almost Overnight
Between inflation and a currency collapse, lives have been turned upside down, seemingly overnight. Many blame the government — and President Trump.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

In an Egyptian Courtroom, Two Ex-Presidents Face Off
Hosni Mubarak testified in a retrial of Mohammed Morsi on charges related to prison breaks at the height of the 2011 uprising.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

Pakistani Party Blames Security Establishment for Killing of Former Lawmaker
The political party M.Q.M., which has controlled the politics of the city of Karachi for decades, said one of its former lawmakers, Syed Ali Raza Abidi, was assassinated.

NYT Middle East
Dec 26, 2018

‘It's Over': Iran's Economic Turmoil Ravages Its Middle Class
Between inflation and a currency collapse, lives have been turned upside down, seemingly overnight. Many blame the government — and President Trump.

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