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NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2021

Vanishing in the Desert, Traditional Bedouin Culture Lives Online
After 50 years of fieldwork in the Negev and Sinai deserts, an Israeli researcher donated his rare archive to the National Library of Israel.

NYT Middle East
Mar 02, 2021

Criminal Inquiries Loom Over al-Assad's Use of Chemical Arms in Syria
Investigations in France and Germany could lead to prosecutions of President Bashar al-Assad and members of his upper echelon over chemical weapons attacks, one of the Syrian war's signature atrocities.

NYT Middle East
Mar 01, 2021

Israeli Court Says Converts to Non-Orthodox Judaism Can Claim Citizenship
People who convert in Israel to Reform or Conservative Judaism have a right to citizenship, the Supreme Court ruled, chipping at the power of Orthodox authorities that see them as non-Jewish.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2021

Iran Rejects Nuclear Deal Talks With U.S. Proposed by Europe
The rejection came days after President Biden ordered retaliatory strikes against Iranian-backed militias in eastern Syria.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2021

Saudi Prince Approved Khashoggi's Death, U.S. Report Says
But the Biden administration stopped short of directly penalizing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, calculating that the risk of damaging American interests was too great.

NYT Middle East
Feb 28, 2021

In Confronting Saudi Arabia, Biden Tiptoes With a Close Ally
The U.S. has accused Saudi Arabia's crown prince of ordering the killing of the dissident Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi but is wary of causing a break with an important Arab partner.

NYT Middle East
Feb 27, 2021

Saudis Say They Intercepted Houthi Missile Attack Over Capital
The strike came a day after a mysterious explosion struck an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman.

NYT Middle East
Feb 27, 2021

Yuval Waldman, Bridge-Building Violinist, Is Dead at 74
A conductor as well as a skilled soloist, he liked to spotlight music composed in times of oppression, including the Holocaust.

NYT Middle East
Feb 27, 2021

Palestinians Go Into New Lockdown While Awaiting Vaccines
Covid cases are surging again in the West Bank amid a dispute over Israel's obligations toward the Palestinians in the occupied territories.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

Crushing Dissent: The Saudi Kill Team Behind Khashoggi's Death
An elite unit assigned to protect Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is said to have carried out dozens of operations, including forcibly repatriating Saudis.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

Ethiopia's War Leads to Ethnic Cleansing in Tigray Region, U.S. Report Says
A confidential U.S. government report found that people in Tigray are being driven from their homes in a war begun by Ethiopia, an American ally — posing President Biden's first major test in Africa.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

American Evangelicals, Israeli Settlers and a Skeptical Filmmaker
A new documentary illuminates what the director calls an "unholy alliance" that sharply altered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the Trump administration.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

With Strikes in Syria, Biden Confronts Iran's Militant Network
Using a carefully calibrated approach, the president hopes to restrain Iran's regional militia allies without undercutting efforts to reach a new nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

Shamima Begum Loses Effort to Return to U.K. in Fight for Citizenship
The British woman, 21, who joined the Islamic State when she was 15, has sought to return home to challenge a decision to strip her of her citizenship, which could leave her stateless.

NYT Middle East
Feb 26, 2021

‘Like a Warm Hug From an Angel'
For a handful of cultures across the globe, the Arab world among them, these distinct blankets deliver not only an impossibly warm, soft hug but a great sense of belonging.

NYT Middle East
Feb 25, 2021

Biden Orders Airstrikes in Syria Targeting Iran-Backed Militias
President Biden ordered retaliatory strikes against the militias whose attacks in Erbil this month killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member.

NYT Middle East
Feb 25, 2021

Biden Orders Airstrike in Syria Targeting Iran-Backed Militias
President Biden ordered retaliatory strikes against the militias whose attacks in Erbil this month killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member.

NYT Middle East
Feb 25, 2021

How the Pandemic Nearly Tore Israel Apart
Lockdowns brought tensions between secular and ultra-Orthodox communities to the boiling point. The political consequences could be felt for years to come.

NYT Middle East
Feb 24, 2021

Candidate Biden Called Saudi Arabia a ‘Pariah.' He Now Has to Deal With It.
In a coming call with King Salman, the president plans to warn him that the United States will soon make public intelligence about the Saudi crown prince's role in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

NYT Middle East
Feb 24, 2021

Memoir by Amos Oz's Daughter Divides Family and Shocks Israel
"He told me I was filth," Galia Oz writes in her book, "Something Disguised as Love," among other accusations of physical and emotional abuse. Her mother and siblings have defended their late father.

NYT Middle East
Feb 24, 2021

German Court Convicts Former Syrian Official of Crimes Against Humanity
Eyad al-Gharib, a former security officer, was sentenced to four and a half years in prison in a case that rights groups have hailed as a landmark.

NYT Middle East
Feb 23, 2021

Israel Gives Vaccine to Far-Off Allies, as Palestinians Wait
The donations will go to nations like the Czech Republic and Honduras that pledged to move diplomats to Jerusalem. Critics say Israel has an obligation to inoculate Palestinians under its occupation.

NYT Middle East
Feb 23, 2021

Israel's Beaches Are Littered With Tar After Mysterious Oil Spill
The environmental damage is being called one of Israel's worst ecological disasters in decades. "I feel like I want to cry," said an official. "It's everywhere."

NYT Middle East
Feb 23, 2021

Having Won Syria's War, al-Assad Is Mired in Economic Woes
After a decade of war, the biggest threat now to President Bashar al-Assad is an economic crisis. But at a recent meeting, he had no concrete solutions to his country's extreme distress.

NYT Middle East
Feb 23, 2021

Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Former Saudi Oil Minister, Dies at 90
As Saudi Arabia's powerful oil minister, he was architect of the Arab world's drive to control its own energy resources in the 1970s.

NYT Middle East
Feb 21, 2021

Iran Curbs Nuclear Inspectors, but Appears to Leave Space for a Deal
The new limits appeared to be lighter than the country had threatened, giving Western nations three months to see if they can revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.

NYT Middle East
Feb 21, 2021

Tough Sanctions, Then a Mysterious Last-Minute Turnabout
The Treasury Department slapped sanctions on the Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler in 2017 for corruption in Africa. In Donald Trump's final days in office, they were rolled back with no explanation.

NYT Middle East
Feb 21, 2021

Erik Prince, Trump Ally, Denies Role in Libya Mercenary Operation
In an interview, the contractor pushed back against a United Nations report accusing him of breaching a decade-old arms embargo on Libya.

NYT Middle East
Feb 21, 2021

Shlomo Hillel, Who Helped 120,000 Jews Flee Iraq, Dies at 97
Working undercover, he used bribes, fake visas and a network of smugglers to bring refugees to Israel in the late 1940s and early '50s.

NYT Middle East
Feb 21, 2021

In Israeli Election, a Chance for Arabs to Gain Influence, or Lose It
Jewish politicians, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, are courting Arab Israeli voters, and some Arab politicians are prepared to work with them.

NYT Middle East
Feb 20, 2021

Israel Secretly Agrees to Fund Vaccines for Syria as Part of Prisoner Swap
To secure the release of an Israeli civilian held in Syria, Israel agreed to finance a supply of Russian-made Covid-19 vaccines for Damascus, an official said.

NYT Middle East
Feb 20, 2021

Tomb of Joshua, Revered Prophet, Beckons Believers in Baghdad
No one knows for certain if Joshua, the Old Testament prophet, actually lived or where he might be buried. But for over 1,000 years, the sick and faithful have visited a Baghdad tomb said to be his.

NYT Middle East
Feb 19, 2021

Erik Prince, Trump Ally, Violated Libya Arms Embargo, U.N. Report Says
Mr. Prince offered to supply weapons, drones and mercenaries to a Libyan militia commander seeking to overthrow the government, according to U.N. investigators.

NYT Middle East
Feb 19, 2021

In Israel and the Gulf, Reaction to U.S. Push for Iran Talks Is Muted but Wary
Nations that opposed the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran responded cautiously to the Biden administration's decision to re-engage, while those that supported the deal cheered the move.

NYT Middle East
Feb 19, 2021

Muted Reaction in Israel and Gulf to U.S. Push for Iran Talks
Nations that were fierce opponents to the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran responded cautiously to the Biden administration's decision to re-engage. In Russia, a government spokesman called the move a "plus."

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

Israel and Syria Complete a Prisoner Swap, Mediated by Russia
An Israeli woman in her 20s was allowed to leave Syria for Russia, after Israel returned two captured shepherds to Syria.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

Biden Administration Formally Offers to Restart Nuclear Talks With Iran
President Biden campaigned on restoring an accord limiting Iran's nuclear program. It remains unclear if Tehran, which is demanding that sanctions be lifted, will accept the offer to talk.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

Lebanon Removes Judge Investigating Beirut Blast
The removal of Judge Fadi Sawan, who had been investigating the port explosion for months, was a setback to those seeking justice for the deadly blast that tore through Beirut.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

As Israel Reopens, ‘Whoever Does Not Get Vaccinated Will Be Left Behind'
New government and business initiatives are moving in the direction of a two-tier system for the vaccinated and unvaccinated, raising legal, moral and ethical questions.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

They Thought, Why Not Iran? The Decision Upended Their Lives.
An Iranian-American couple's relocation to Iran after their daughters went off to college in the United States was a mistake paid for in accusations of spying, murky prosecution and prison.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

They Thought, ‘Why Not Iran,' and the Decision Upended Their Lives
An Iranian-American couple's relocation to Iran after their daughters went off to college in the United States was a mistake paid for in accusations of spying, murky prosecution and prison.

NYT Middle East
Feb 18, 2021

Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Community in Covid Crisis
Photographing the impact of Covid on an ultra-Orthodox group there required unusual access. But that was just the first step.

NYT Middle East
Feb 17, 2021

Biden and Netanyahu Finally Talk, but No Details Are Revealed About What
Israel's statement emphasized the personal relationship between the two leaders. The U.S. statement said they "discussed the importance of continued close consultation."

NYT Middle East
Feb 17, 2021

Israel Is in Talks to Free Woman Detained in Syria
Israel and Syria are working on a prisoner exchange, with Russian mediation, after an Israeli woman slipped over the boundary and was detained in Syria.

NYT Middle East
Feb 17, 2021

Israel Is in Talks to Free Woman Who Crossed the Syrian Frontier
Israel and Syria are working on a prisoner exchange, with Russian mediation, after an Israeli woman slipped over the boundary and was detained in Syria.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

In Videos, Dubai Princess Says She Is a ‘Hostage'
Sheikha Latifa, who drew headlines in 2018 when she unsuccessfully sought to flee her country, says she has been held in a virtual prison since her forced return.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

Biden Faces Deadline on Withdrawal From Afghanistan
The question is whether the small contingent of American troops can accomplish anything after 20 years — and whether full withdrawal would clear the way for Taliban advances.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

After a Decade of Chaos, Can a Splintered Libya Be Made Whole?
An interim government promises peace, unity and democratic elections. Skeptical Libyans say they've heard this promise before.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

A Pakistani-American Tale Upends Expectations Onscreen and in Life
Iram Parveen Bilal's "I'll Meet You There" depicts a parent who supports his daughter's dream. The filmmaker's own parents weren't as sure about her passion.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

Deaths of Soldiers and Policemen Held by Kurdish Guerrillas Roil Turkish Politics
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed the United States and opposition Kurdish politicians in an effort to deflect responsibility for a failed rescue operation.

NYT Middle East
Feb 16, 2021

Turkish Forces in Syria Protect 5 Million People
Three years ago, Turkey's intervention in Syria was widely criticized. But today Turkish forces are all that protect five million vulnerable people.

NYT Middle East
Feb 15, 2021

Rocket Attack in Iraq Kills a U.S. Military Contractor
Some saw the barrage of rockets aimed at an airport in the northern city of Erbil as a test of the new administration in Washington.

NYT Middle East
Feb 15, 2021

Deaths of Soldiers and Policemen Held by Kurdish Guerrillas Roils Turkish Politics
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed the United States and opposition Kurdish politicians in an effort to deflect responsibility for a failed rescue operation.

NYT Middle East
Feb 15, 2021

Ruth Dayan, Who Built an Israeli Fashion Brand, Dies at 103
Fusing social activism with style, she helped Jewish immigrants and local Arabs sell traditional crafts, leading to the formation of a fashion house.

NYT Middle East
Feb 15, 2021

Norman Golb, Dead Sea Scrolls Contrarian, Is Dead at 92
He challenged the conventional wisdom about a major archaeological discovery. He also led a successful effort to open it for study by a wide range of researchers.

NYT Middle East
Feb 15, 2021

In a Dangerous Game of Cat and Mouse, Iran Eyes New Targets in Africa
Fifteen people arrested in Ethiopia were part of what American and Israeli officials said was a foiled Iranian plot against diplomats from the United Arab Emirates.

NYT Middle East
Feb 14, 2021

A Decade After the Arab Spring, Autocrats Still Rule the Mideast
The popular uprisings of 2011 mostly failed, but they gave the region a taste for democracy that continues to whet an appetite for change.

NYT Middle East
Feb 12, 2021

U.S. Prepares to Lift Terrorist Designation Against Yemeni Rebels, Despite New Attacks
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken said the designation of the Houthi rebels would be formally revoked next week, in "recognition of the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen."

NYT Middle East
Feb 11, 2021

Ibrahim Idris, a Guantánamo Bay Detainee on Day 1, Dies at 60
He was one of 20 men famously photographed on their knees the day the prison opened in the wake of 9/11. He was held for 11 years.

NYT Middle East
Feb 10, 2021

Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Women's Rights Activist, Freed From Prison
Loujain al-Hathloul was a champion of freedoms for Saudi women. She had been imprisoned for nearly three years on charges that rights groups called politically motivated.

NYT Middle East
Feb 09, 2021

Iran Suggests It May Seek Nuclear Weapons, in New Escalation of Threats
An Iranian official says U.S. sanctions could force Iran to revoke its pledge to not seek a nuclear weapon. New intelligence suggests Iran is 2 years away from producing one.

NYT Middle East
Feb 09, 2021

Iranian Official Says Iran May Be Forced to Seek Nuclear Arms
Comparing Iran to a cornered cat, Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said U.S. sanctions could force Iran to reconsider its pledge to use nuclear power only for peaceful purposes.

NYT Middle East
Feb 09, 2021

Mars Mission From U.A.E. to Arrive and Orbit Red Planet
The Hope spacecraft will fire its engines on Tuesday, aiming to be grappled by the planet's gravity and begin its atmospheric science studies.

NYT Middle East
Feb 08, 2021

The Netanyahu Trial, Explained
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is standing trial on corruption charges. Here's a look at the context of the trial, the main charges and the political ramifications.

NYT Middle East
Feb 08, 2021

Covid Hastens Exit from Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Community
Nationwide lockdowns and school closings have broken routines and left ultra-Orthodox Jews time for questioning and self-discovery. Some found the examined life worth leaving.

NYT Middle East
Feb 08, 2021

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Pleads Not Guilty in Corruption Trial
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel returned to court with a general election just weeks away. The trial is viewed by many as a test of the nation's judicial system.

NYT Middle East
Feb 08, 2021

Benjamin Netanyahu Pleads Not Guilty in Israel Corruption Trial
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel returned to court with a general election just weeks away. The trial is viewed by many as a test of the nation's judicial system.

NYT Middle East
Feb 08, 2021

Virus Hastens Exit from Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Community
Nationwide lockdowns and school closings have broken routines and left ultra-Orthodox Jews time for questioning and self-discovery. Some found the examined life worth leaving.

NYT Middle East
Feb 07, 2021

Years After a Massacre, Yazidis Finally Bury Their Loved Ones


NYT Middle East
Feb 07, 2021

With a Mass Funeral, Yazidi Survivors Honor Victims of ISIS


NYT Middle East
Feb 06, 2021

In Beleaguered Babylon, Doing Battle Against Time, Water and Modern Civilization
The ancient city of Babylon is a World Heritage Site, but it faces threats old and new. As some of its walls crumble, preservationists are fighting to preserve the past.

NYT Middle East
Feb 06, 2021

ICC Rules it Has Jurisdiction to Examine Possible Israel War Crimes
The International Criminal Court on Friday said it has the authority to investigate alleged crimes in the occupied territories, in a ruling condemned by Israel and praised by Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
Feb 05, 2021

I.C.C. Rules It Has Jurisdiction to Examine Possible Israel War Crimes
The International Criminal Court on Friday said it has the authority to investigate alleged crimes in the occupied territories, in a ruling condemned by Israel and praised by Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
Feb 05, 2021

Biden Ends Military Aid for Saudi War in Yemen. Ending the War Is Harder.
Nearly six years of war have shattered Yemen in a way that could thwart efforts to make peace, regardless of whether American bombs are no longer used.

NYT Middle East
Feb 05, 2021

Israel's Covid Vaccination Results Point a Way Out of Pandemic
Covid cases fell dramatically and quickly among people who were vaccinated, Israeli studies found. It's the strongest evidence yet that a robust vaccination program can tame the pandemic.

NYT Middle East
Feb 05, 2021

Israel's Vaccination Results Point a Way Out of Virus Pandemic
Covid cases fell dramatically and quickly among people who were vaccinated, Israeli studies found. It's the strongest evidence yet that a robust vaccination program can tame the pandemic.

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Biden Signals Break With Trump Foreign Policy in a Wide-Ranging State Dept. Speech
The president said that he would end support for Saudi Arabia in its intervention in Yemen and that the U.S. would no longer be "rolling over in the face of Russia's aggressive actions."

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Israel's Vaccine Success Unleashes a Debate on Palestinian Inequities
Its progress in vaccinating Israeli citizens against Covid-19 has laid bare a fiery debate over its duties in ensuring the health of Palestinians in occupied territory. Most have yet to get a first dose.

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Lokman Slim, a Prominent Lebanese Critic of Hezbollah, Is Killed
Lokman Slim was a rare Shiite Muslim who openly criticized the extremist group for its militancy in Lebanon and the Middle East. He was found dead in a car with multiple bullet wounds.

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Prominent Lebanese Critic of Hezbollah Is Killed
Lokman Slim was a rare Shiite Muslim who openly criticized the extremist group for its militancy in Lebanon and the Middle East. He was found dead in a car with multiple bullet wounds.

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Assadollah Assadi, Iranian Envoy, Found Guilty in France Bomb Plot
A court in Belgium sentenced Assadollah Assadi, an envoy based in Vienna, to 20 years in prison for his role in a thwarted attack on a group that seeks to overthrow the Iranian leadership.

NYT Middle East
Feb 04, 2021

Iranian Envoy Found Guilty in France Bomb Plot
A court in Belgium sentenced Assadollah Assadi, an envoy based in Vienna, to 20 years in prison for his role in a thwarted attack on a group that seeks to overthrow the Iranian leadership.

NYT Middle East
Feb 02, 2021

U.N. Delays Salvage of Yemen Oil Tanker Amid Fears of Major Spill
The United Nations had planned to start a maritime salvage operation to prevent leaks from a dilapidated tanker holding four times the oil that spilled in the Exxon Valdez disaster. But Houthi insurgents have failed to provide a written security guarantee, the U.N. said.

NYT Middle East
Feb 01, 2021

U.S. Aircraft Carrier Returning Home After Long Sea Tour Watching Iran
The Pentagon had extended the deployment of the Nimitz in the Middle East after Iranian threats against President Donald J. Trump and U.S. troops in the region.

NYT Middle East
Jan 29, 2021

U.S. Airstrike Kills Top ISIS Leader in Iraq
The joint operation with Iraqi forces was aimed at stemming the group's resurgence, and illustrates Iraq's continued reliance on the U.S. military.

NYT Middle East
Jan 28, 2021

The Dark Reality Behind Saudi Arabia's Utopian Dreams
Mohammed bin Salman's absurd plan for the Line — a 106-mile long city with no cars and no roads — comes with a grisly human price.

NYT Middle East
Jan 27, 2021

Iran Presses Biden to Restore Nuclear Deal and Drop Sanctions
With a combination of threats, provocative acts and public appeals, Iran is jostling for attention from an administration preoccupied with spillover crises from the Trump years.

NYT Middle East
Jan 26, 2021

Biden Will Restore U.S. Relations With Palestinians, Reversing Trump Cutoff
Despite the move, analysts believe the prospects for an Israeli-Palestinian agreement remain distant.

NYT Middle East
Jan 26, 2021

Turkey Offers Uncertain Refuge for Iranians Fleeing Persecution
An abduction and a murder have scared dissidents seeking shelter in Turkey into looking further afield for safety.

NYT Middle East
Jan 25, 2021

In Israel, Infections Drop Sharply After One Shot of Vaccine
Initial studies show a significant drop in infections and hospitalizations after just one dose, and very few cases after two. Experts caution that the results are preliminary.

NYT Middle East
Jan 25, 2021

Elias Rahbani, Lebanese Composer Who Sought New Sounds, Dies at 82
He was one of Lebanon's most prolific composers, writing music for divas, TV ads, movies and underground bands. He died of Covid-19.

NYT Middle East
Jan 25, 2021

Israel Extradites Teacher Accused of Abuse in Australia, Reports Say
Malka Leifer, who fled to Israel, faces 74 counts of sexual abuse related to her tenure as a principal at a Jewish girls' school in Melbourne.

NYT Middle East
Jan 23, 2021

Barred From U.S. Under Trump, Muslims Exult in Biden's Open Door
Few foreigners welcomed President Biden's election victory as enthusiastically as the tens of thousands of Muslims who have been locked out of the United States for the past four years.

NYT Middle East
Jan 23, 2021

A Decade On, Silence Fills Egypt's Field of Broken Dreams
In 2011, Tahrir Square was at the vanguard of popular uprisings known as the Arab Spring. But hopes for a democratic Egypt were crushed and the historic square given a sterile new look.

NYT Middle East
Jan 21, 2021

Suicide Bombings in Crowded Baghdad Market Kill at Least 32
Such attacks, once common in the Iraqi capital, have become rarer in recent years as U.S.-backed Iraqi forces have largely defeated the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Jan 21, 2021

Suicide Bombing in Crowded Baghdad Market Kills at Least 32
Such attacks, once common in the Iraqi capital, have become rarer in recent years as U.S.-backed Iraqi forces have largely defeated the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Jan 21, 2021

Suicide Bombing in Crowded Baghdad Market Kills at Least 15
Such attacks, once common in the Iraqi capital, have become rarer in recent years as U.S.-backed Iraqi forces have largely defeated the Islamic State.

NYT Middle East
Jan 20, 2021

Iraq Flouts Coronavirus Precautions Amid Herd Immunity Belief
Even some Iraqi health officials are promoting the false idea that Iraq has acquired herd immunity. Scientists say that Iraq could be in for a major new outbreak.

NYT Middle East
Jan 20, 2021

Iraqis Flout Coronavirus Precautions Amid Belief in Immunity
Even some Iraqi health officials are promoting the false idea that Iraq has acquired herd immunity. Scientists say that Iraq could be in for a major new outbreak.

NYT Middle East
Jan 20, 2021

Iraqis Flout Virus Precautions Amid Widespread Belief in Immunity
Even some Iraqi health officials are promoting the false idea that Iraq has acquired herd immunity. Scientists say that Iraq could be in for a major new outbreak.

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