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NYT Middle East
Sep 19, 2020

Capturing the Faces of Climate Migration
A Times Magazine series examines how climate change will force millions worldwide to move. Recently, Meridith Kohut photographed people on the front lines of this shift. In America.

NYT Middle East
Sep 19, 2020

As U.S. Increases Pressure, Iran Adheres to Toned-Down Approach
The Trump administration has ramped up its criticism of Iran, but Tehran has chosen a path of restraint, intelligence showed.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2020

Israel Prepares to Celebrate Rosh Hashana Under Lockdown
As the pandemic in the country worsens, officials warn that new restrictions might not be enough to cut infection rates significantly. Many people question the logic and motives behind the rules.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2020

Iranian Hackers Can Beat Encrypted Apps like Telegram, Researchers Say
Reports reveal that hackers have been secretly gathering intelligence on opponents of the Iranian regime, breaking into cellphones and computers and outsmarting apps like Telegram.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2020

Iranian Hackers Can Now Beat Encrypted Apps, Researchers Say
Reports reveal that hackers have been secretly gathering intelligence on opponents of the Iranian regime, breaking into cellphones and computers and outsmarting apps like Telegram.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2020

Israelis Prepare to Celebrate the Year's Holiest Days Under Lockdown
As the pandemic in the country worsens, officials warn that new restrictions might not be enough to cut infection rates significantly. Many people question the logic and motives behind the rules.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2020

Afghan Migrants Charged With Arson in Fires that Destroyed Lesbos Camp
Four men are accused of involvement in the blazes at the Moria camp that left 12,000 migrants without shelter.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2020

War Crime Risk Grows for U.S. Over Saudi Strikes in Yemen
State Department officials have raised alarms about the legal risk in aiding airstrikes that kill civilians. The Trump administration recently suppressed findings as it sold more weapons to Gulf nations.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2020

Two Are Accused of Hacking U.S. Websites With Pro-Iran Messages
The cyberattacks were in retaliation for the death of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani of Iran in a U.S. military airstrike in January, according to a federal indictment unsealed Tuesday.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2020

A White House Ceremony Will Celebrate a Diplomatic Win and Campaign Gift
The leaders of Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have a stake in President Trump's re-election and helped him become a peacemaker.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2020

Israeli Settler Gets 3 Life Sentences for Firebomb Attack on Family
The shocking killing of a young couple and their son in a West Bank village drew condemnation from Palestinians and Israeli leaders.

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2020

War Crimes Risk Grows for U.S. Over Saudi Strikes in Yemen
State Department officials have raised alarms about the legal risk in aiding airstrikes that kill civilians. The Trump administration recently suppressed findings as it sold more weapons to Gulf nations.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2020

In Arab States' Embrace, Israelis See a Reshaped Mideast
Normalized ties with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain raise hopes in Israel that it is finally gaining acceptance in its volatile neighborhood.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2020

Israel to Celebrate Jewish New Year Under a Second Lockdown
Citizens will be confined to within 500 yards of their homes for at least three weeks in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2020

Trial of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in Iran Is Postponed
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is already serving a prison sentence after being accused of plotting to overthrow Iran's government. The case has strained already fraught ties between Britain and Iran.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2020

Bahrain Recognized Israel. Here's Why It Matters.
The announcement that Bahrain would establish full diplomatic relations with Israel leaves open the possibility that more Arab states will follow.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2020

Iran Executes Wrestler Accused of Murder After He Took Part in 2018 Protests
Many suspected that the charges against Navid Afkari were false, and international sports groups had mounted a campaign for clemency.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2020

Bahrain Says It's Time to Embrace Israel. The Gulf Hears a Saudi Voice.
Bahrain's closeness to Saudi rulers makes it unthinkable the change in diplomatic ties happened without approval. But Saudi Arabia itself may not be in a rush to normalize relations with Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2020

Bahrain Will Normalize Relations With Israel, in Deal Brokered by Trump
The island kingdom in the Persian Gulf becomes the second Arab nation in a month to more openly embrace Israel, dismissing Palestinian objections.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2020

Bahrain Will Normalize Relations With Israel, Trump Says
The island kingdom in the Persian Gulf becomes the second Arab nation in a month to more openly embrace Israel, dismissing Palestinian objections.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2020

Palestinians Rejected Tax Money to Slap Israel. It's Not Israel That's Hurting.
Palestinian families are suffering intensely as their government's tax protest continues, even though the cause — Israel's push to annex the West Bank — has been suspended.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2020

Netanyahu Apology to Bedouins Is Taken as an Affront
Critics and outraged officials accused the Israeli prime minister, on trial for corruption, of exploiting a tragic episode to discredit his own law enforcement agencies.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2020

Another Beirut Fire Breaks Out at Port
Orange flames and a plume of black smoke rose over the city, terrifying residents still recovering from last month's explosion.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2020

New Fire Erupts in Beirut Port, Weeks After Devastating Blast
Orange flames and a plume of black smoke rose over the city, terrifying residents still recovering from last month's explosion.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2020

U.S. to Reduce Troop Levels in Iraq to 3,000
The long-planned trims, which would cut the number nearly in half, maintain a U.S. counterterrorism force in Iraq but help fulfill President Trump's goal to reduce overseas deployments.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2020

As a Wrestler Faces Execution in Iran, World Sports Groups Galvanize
An Iranian athlete was charged with murder after taking part in anti-government protests. Many think the charges are false, motivated by a government seeking to make an example of him.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2020

British-Iranian Woman Held for Years in Tehran Faces Fresh Charges
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested while visiting family in 2016. Her case, widely criticized as politically motivated, has further strained the tense relationship between Britain and Iran.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2020

Israel's Coronavirus Czar Clashes With Ultra-Orthodox, a Netanyahu Ally
As he moved to slow the pandemic, Dr. Ronni Gamzu kept butting heads with ultra-Orthodox leaders. Then Israel's top virus fighter was suddenly undercut.

NYT Middle East
Sep 07, 2020

Saudi Court Issues Final Verdicts in Khashoggi Killing
The sentences, of up to 20 years in prison, were issued months after one of Jamal Khashoggi's sons said he and his siblings had forgiven the men who killed him.

NYT Middle East
Sep 07, 2020

Aided by Modern Ingenuity, a Taste of Ancient Judean Dates
The harvest of the much-extolled, but long-lost Judean dates was something of a scientific miracle. The fruit sprouted from seeds 2,000 years old.

NYT Middle East
Sep 05, 2020

Searchers Find No Sign of Survivor in Beirut Rubble
The searchers said there were no new indications that anyone was alive in the rubble of a historic house that was destroyed by the blast, despite possible signs of life reported earlier.

NYT Middle East
Sep 05, 2020

‘Agricultural Jihad': A Hungry Lebanon Returns to Family Farms to Feed Itself
With a tanking economy, and imported food costs soaring, leaders are urging the Lebanese to wage a campaign of self-sufficiency. "I never thought I'd do this in my life, but I have to survive."

NYT Middle East
Sep 04, 2020

Search Squad Rescue Dog and Hopes of a Miracle Captivate Ravaged Beirut
A search squad from Chile and its dog Flash discovered what appeared to be a heartbeat underneath debris from the Aug. 4 port blast.

NYT Middle East
Sep 04, 2020

Rescue Dog and Hopes of a Miracle Captivate Ravaged Beirut
A search squad from Chile and its dog Flash discovered what appeared to be a heartbeat underneath debris from the Aug. 4 port blast.

NYT Middle East
Sep 03, 2020

Netanyahu Privately Condoned U.S. Plan to Sell Arms to U.A.E., Officials Say
The package being pushed by the Trump White House — which could shift the military balance in the Middle East — includes an electronic warfare plane, the EA-18G Growler.

NYT Middle East
Sep 03, 2020

Waves of Russian and Emirati Flights Fuel Libyan War, U.N. Finds
A confidential report sent to the Security Council details extensive breaches of the international arms embargo on Libya by eight countries since the beginning of the year.

NYT Middle East
Sep 02, 2020

Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights
The Saudis said the decision came in response to "a request by the U.A.E.," which had recently begun normalizing relations with Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 02, 2020

Karim Elkorany, Ex-U.N. Official, Is Accused of Sexual Assault
He was not charged with any of the alleged assaults, but rather with two counts of lying when he was questioned by the F.B.I.

NYT Middle East
Sep 02, 2020

Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights for First Time
The decision to allow all flights to and from the United Arab Emirates to cross Saudi airspace came after the first direct flight between Israel and the U.A.E. as relations warm between the two countries.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

U.S.-Russia Military Tensions Intensify
Recent altercations in Europe, the Middle East and off the coast of Alaska have heightened tensions between the two rival powers.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

U.S.-Russia Military Tensions Intensify in the Air and on the Ground Worldwide
Recent altercations in Europe, the Middle East and off the coast of Alaska have heightened tensions between the two rival powers.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

Turkey Announces Arrest of a Major Islamic State Militant
The country's interior minister said Mahmut Ozden, described as a top Islamic State figure in Turkey, had been planning attacks and kidnappings.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

In Lebanon, President Macron of France Demands Change
President Macron of France met with Lebanese leaders to demand changes to a political system seen as ineffective and corrupt, and has privately threatened them with sanctions, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

In Lebanon, Macron Dangles Sanctions to Push for Change
President Macron of France met with Lebanese leaders to demand changes to a political system seen as ineffective and corrupt, and has privately threatened them with sanctions, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Sep 01, 2020

From the Seabed, Figures of an Ancient Cult
A trove of Phoenician artifacts was long ascribed to a single shipwreck. More likely they were tossed overboard, and over centuries, a new study suggests.

NYT Middle East
Aug 31, 2020

Saudi King Fires 2 Royals in Defense Corruption Inquiry
The king's decision was based on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's call for an investigation into "suspicious financial transactions at the defense ministry," according to state news media.

NYT Middle East
Aug 31, 2020

Hamas and Israel Agree to Ease Hostilities Amid Coronavirus
With the coronavirus spreading fast in Gaza, the sides agreed to stop bombarding each other, and Israel said it would resume fuel supplies. A cash infusion from Qatar helped seal the deal.

NYT Middle East
Aug 31, 2020

Israeli Airliner Completes First Direct Flight to Arab Emirates
The flight carried the hope of closer ties between Israel and the Arab world, and a diplomatic delegation that included President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

NYT Middle East
Aug 31, 2020

Lebanon Taps a New Prime Minister Amid Swirling Crises
The country's president has designated a diplomat, Mustafa Adib, to form a government that must address an economic meltdown and the aftermath of the Beirut explosion.

NYT Middle East
Aug 28, 2020

After 7 Years on the Run, a Muslim Brotherhood Leader Is Caught
Egypt said that a raid in Cairo had netted the outlawed movement's acting leader, Mahmoud Ezzat, who was thought to have fled abroad.

NYT Middle East
Aug 27, 2020

Israeli Officer Need Not Have Shot Autistic Palestinian, Commander Says
The commander testified that the man his partner killed, Iyad al-Hallaq, was not resisting and posed no danger, in a case that ignited protests against police brutality.

NYT Middle East
Aug 27, 2020

R.N.C. Skims Over Trump's ‘Unfinished Business' in Foreign Policy
From Iran to North Korea, President Trump has failed to achieve many of his stated foreign policy goals. He is asking for a second term to get them done.

NYT Middle East
Aug 27, 2020

Turkey Braces for Yet Another Currency Crisis
A sharp drop in the value of the lira is testing businesses and residents while they are coping with the pandemic.

NYT Middle East
Aug 27, 2020

Desperate to Leave Beirut, Young Lebanese Are Also the Ones Fixing It
The young people leading the huge volunteer effort after the recent blast are bringing hope, but have lost it themselves. "I want to at least have Beirut on its feet before I go," one said.

NYT Middle East
Aug 26, 2020

Iran to Allow U.N. Inspections of Previously Blocked Nuclear Sites
The reversal comes amid a United Nations Security Council split over whether to restore international sanctions against Iran's economy — and demolish a 2015 accord that limits its nuclear program.

NYT Middle East
Aug 26, 2020

U.S. Troops Injured in Syria After Collision With Russian Vehicles
The altercation is the latest clash between Russian and American ground patrols in northeastern Syria after the United States withdrew from much of that area last fall.

NYT Middle East
Aug 25, 2020

U.S. Presses Other Muslim Nations to Establish Ties With Israel
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Sudan and Bahrain, and an American delegation will accompany Israelis on the first direct commercial flight between Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi.

NYT Middle East
Aug 25, 2020

Security Council Leader Rejects U.S. Demand for U.N. Sanctions on Iran
The setback elicited an angry reaction from the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, who accused her counterparts of standing with terrorists.

NYT Middle East
Aug 25, 2020

Gaza Under Lockdown After First Local Cases of Virus
The territory's first cases of community transmission of the virus have raised fears it will spread quickly and worsen an already devastated economy.

NYT Middle East
Aug 24, 2020

1,100-Year-Old Treasure Is Unearthed by Teenagers in Israel
The discovery of hundreds of gold coins dating to the ninth century could help archaeologists better understand the history of the region.

NYT Middle East
Aug 24, 2020

Pompeo Arrives in Israel to Push Mideast Ties
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's five-day tour is intended to discuss regional peace and security. He also planned to use Jerusalem as a backdrop for an address to the Republican National Convention.

NYT Middle East
Aug 22, 2020

11-Year-Old Scores Viral Rap Hit but Trips on Gaza Politics
Abdel Rahman al-Shantti became a Palestinian rap star when his video went viral. His trouble began when he advocated "love between us and Israel."

NYT Middle East
Aug 21, 2020

Libyan Rivals Call for Peace Talks. It May Be Wishful Thinking.
The announcement of a cease-fire was a rare positive development in a chaotic conflict plagued by foreign meddling. But skeptics abound.

NYT Middle East
Aug 21, 2020

Libyan Rivals Call a Ceasefire. It May Be Wishful Thinking.
The announcement was a rare positive development in a chaotic conflict plagued by foreign meddling. But skeptics abound.

NYT Middle East
Aug 21, 2020

For Quick Coronavirus Testing, Israel Turns to a Clever Algorithm
Inspired by a mother's question, the new method will be introduced across Israel this fall, just in time for flu season, and could be coming soon to the U.S.

NYT Middle East
Aug 21, 2020

He Was Iran's Homegrown Tech Star. The Guards Saw a Blackmail Opportunity.
A Canadian-Iranian software engineer for Facebook, a tech celebrity in his native Iran, visited family in Tehran in January. His recent revelations of what happened next have stirred outrage.

NYT Middle East
Aug 20, 2020

Instead of Isolating Iran, U.S. Finds Itself on the Outside Over Nuclear Deal
Allies and adversaries alike have refused to recognize the Trump administration's demand for sanctions, potentially weakening American authority worldwide.

NYT Middle East
Aug 20, 2020

Trump Meets With Iraqi Leader Amid Negotiations Over U.S. Troop Levels
Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi's visit to the White House is largely focused on negotiations, which started in May, on resetting the United States military mission in Iraq.

NYT Middle East
Aug 20, 2020

Vacationing Israeli Teen Says She Was Gang-Raped, Shocking the Nation
One of the accused has said that as many as 30 men took part in the attack at a hotel in the Red Sea resort city of Eilat.

NYT Middle East
Aug 19, 2020

Trump Administration Plans Arms Sale to U.A.E. Despite Israeli Worries
The Trump White House is quietly planning sales of F-35 stealth fighters and advanced drones to the Emiratis as part of a wider plan to realign the Middle East, but Israel and Congress may object.

NYT Middle East
Aug 19, 2020

Trump Administration Pushes Arms Sale to U.A.E. Despite Israeli Worries
The Trump White House is quietly planning sales of F-35 stealth fighters and advanced drones to the Emiratis as part of a wider plan to realign the Middle East, but Israel and Congress may object.

NYT Middle East
Aug 19, 2020

U.S. Heads to United Nations to Demand ‘Snapback' of Sanctions Against Iran
Without European support, it is not clear how the United States alone would enforce U.N. sanctions to punish Iran for violating the 2015 nuclear deal that world powers are trying to save.

NYT Middle East
Aug 19, 2020

Amer Fakhoury, 57, Dies; Released From Jail in Lebanon After U.S. Pressure
Mr. Fakhoury, an American citizen, had been detained on charges related to the torture of Lebanese prisoners decades ago.

NYT Middle East
Aug 18, 2020

Amer Fakhoury, Released From Jail in Lebanon After U.S. Pressure, Dies at 57
Mr. Fakhoury, an American citizen, was detained in Lebanon on charges related to the torture of Lebanese prisoners decades ago.

NYT Middle East
Aug 18, 2020

Hezbollah Member Convicted in Hariri Assassination
After a long and involved investigation, a U.N.-backed tribunal emerged with a single conviction, of a minor Hezbollah figure, in the 2005 bombing that killed the former prime minister of Lebanon.

NYT Middle East
Aug 18, 2020

Hezbollah Member Found Guilty in Hariri Assassination
A U.N.-backed tribunal acquitted three other men charged as accomplices in the 2005 bombing that killed Rafik Hariri, the former prime minister of Lebanon.

NYT Middle East
Aug 18, 2020

Court Issuing Hariri Assassination Verdicts, but Few Expect Justice
Four men were tried in absentia in the Netherlands, accused of carrying out the 2005 bombing that killed Rafik Hariri, the former prime minister of Lebanon.

NYT Middle East
Aug 17, 2020

Juan Carlos, Spain's Former King, Is in the U.A.E.
The former monarch, Juan Carlos, said this month that he would be leaving his country amid a series of investigations related to his wealth.

NYT Middle East
Aug 16, 2020

The Israel-U.A.E. Deal and the Beirut Blast Both Box in Iran
With Arab neighbors more worried about Iran than Israel, is Tehran losing the battle for influence in the region?

NYT Middle East
Aug 15, 2020

Shifting Dynamics of the Mideast Pushed Israel and U.A.E. Together
Prime Minister Netanyahu's quest to open relations with Arab countries without settling the Palestinian conflict long seemed quixotic. External events changed the equation.

NYT Middle East
Aug 14, 2020

U.N. Security Council Rejects U.S. Proposal to Extend Arms Embargo on Iran
The defeat underscored America's deepening global isolation on Iran. But for the Trump administration, the vote could open a separate path to try to inflict maximum damage on Iran.

NYT Middle East
Aug 14, 2020

In Diplomatic Doubleheader, U.S. Seizes Iranian Fuel From Ships Headed to Venezuela
The high-seas handover blocked two diplomatic adversaries from evading American economic sanctions. Iran denied it was its fuel.

NYT Middle East
Aug 14, 2020

Israel-U.A.E. Deal Swaps One Nightmare for Another for Palestinians
With annexation of the West Bank off the table and Arab diplomacy turned inside out, the Palestinian struggle, once focused against Israel, now is to remain relevant.

NYT Middle East
Aug 14, 2020

For Palestinians, Israel-U.A.E. Deal Swaps One Nightmare for Another
With annexation of the West Bank off the table and Arab diplomacy turned inside out, the Palestinian struggle, once focused against Israel, now is to remain relevant.

NYT Middle East
Aug 14, 2020

Beirut's Shiites Like the Idea of Change, but Like Hezbollah More
In a Shiite stronghold, people agree that the political system is dysfunctional and needs replacing, but not if that means Hezbollah ceding its power.

NYT Middle East
Aug 13, 2020

Netanyahu Drops Troubled Annexation Plan for Diplomatic Gain
In an abrupt reversal, Israel's prime minister "suspended" a promise to annex part of the West Bank in exchange for a historic opening with the U.A.E.

NYT Middle East
Aug 13, 2020

U.S. Seizes Bitcoin Said to be Used to Finance Terrorist Groups
ISIS and other groups openly solicited virtual currency donations because they mistakenly believed that the transactions would be anonymous, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Aug 13, 2020

Lebanon's Parliament Confirms State of Emergency, Extending Army Power
Parliamentary approval of the measures for Beirut, which last until Aug. 21 but can be renewed, has raised concerns about civil liberties.

NYT Middle East
Aug 12, 2020

North Korean Hacking Group Attacks Israeli Defense Industry
Israel says the attack was thwarted, but a cybersecurity firm says it was successful. Some officials fear that classified data stolen by North Korea could be shared with Iran.

NYT Middle East
Aug 12, 2020

Top General in Middle East Says U.S. Troop Levels Will Drop in Iraq and Syria
The commander, Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., said U.S. forces would continue to combat pockets of Islamic State fighters.

NYT Middle East
Aug 12, 2020

Beirut's Youngest Cancer Patients Lose Care Options After Blast
Many children undergoing chemotherapy in Lebanon now have nowhere to turn for treatment after an explosion destroyed hospitals and wiped out medicine stockpiles.

NYT Middle East
Aug 11, 2020

Israel Quietly Opens Its Borders, and Palestinians Have a Beach Day
Tens of thousands of Palestinians slipped through holes in Israel's security barrier, with Israel's tacit approval, for a rare day on a Mediterranean beach.

NYT Middle East
Aug 11, 2020

After the Beirut Explosion, Lebanon's Whole Cabinet Resigned. Now What?
A week after a devastating explosion shook its capital, Lebanon is in political limbo. Here is what you need to know.

NYT Middle East
Aug 11, 2020

After the Beirut Blast, Lebanon's Whole Cabinet Quit. Now What?
A week after a devastating explosion shook its capital, Lebanon is in political limbo. Here is what you need to know.

NYT Middle East
Aug 10, 2020

U.S. Contractor Knew of Explosive Material in Beirut Since at Least 2016
An American contractor spotted and reported the potential danger at least four years ago, but U.S. officials denied they were aware of the findings until last week, after the blast.

NYT Middle East
Aug 10, 2020

State Dept. Says Report Defends Pompeo on Arms Sales. But It Finds Fault Over Mass Deaths.
The agency gave its interpretation of an inspector general's report on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pushing arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E., but declined to release the findings.

NYT Middle East
Aug 10, 2020

Adin Steinsaltz, 83, Dies; Created Epic Translation of Talmud
A rabbi and scholar, he wrote more than 60 books, but his crowning achievement (he called it his hobby) was his 45-year, 45-volume translation of a key Jewish text.

NYT Middle East
Aug 10, 2020

Lebanon's Government Resigns Over Beirut Explosion
The cabinet stepped down as fury over a giant explosion last week in Beirut spurred new protests.

NYT Middle East
Aug 10, 2020

Lebanon's Government Set to Resign, Minister Announces, After Beirut Blast
The Cabinet stepped down as fury over a giant explosion last week in Beirut spurred new protests.

NYT Middle East
Aug 09, 2020

Beirut Explosion Hit 3 Disparate Neighborhoods. Now They're United in Rage
The demands for a change in Lebanon's leadership are growing louder.

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