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NYT Middle East
Oct 24, 2021

I Was Hacked. The Spyware Used Against Me Makes Us All Vulnerable.
Invasive hacking software sold to countries to fight terrorism is easily abused. Researchers say my phone was hacked twice, probably by Saudi Arabia.

NYT Middle East
Oct 23, 2021

Turkish Opposition Begins Joining Ranks Against Erdogan
With an eye on elections, six parties are working on a plan to end a powerful presidency and return to a parliamentary system.

NYT Middle East
Oct 22, 2021

Israel Accuses 6 Palestinian Rights Groups of Terrorism
The Defense Ministry said the groups work for leftist militants. Critics said the charge was aimed at quelling scrutiny of Israeli rights abuses.

NYT Middle East
Oct 21, 2021

Syria Executes 24 People for Setting Wildfires, Calling It ‘Terrorism'
The sentences shocked rights groups, who saw it as a move by President Bashar al-Assad to appear tough after a crisis that hurt his loyalists.

NYT Middle East
Oct 21, 2021

‘No Girls': Women in Egypt Fight to Get Judgeships
On paper, women are free to apply for seats on Egyptian benches. In practice, they say, it is near impossible.

NYT Middle East
Oct 21, 2021

'90s Sitcoms Shaped Me as an Immigrant Child. What if They Hadn't?
As a young girl, I emulated characters from shows like "Saved by the Bell" to act American. If only "Never Have I Ever" and"Ramy" had been around back then.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2021

Glass Ceiling Cracks in Egypt, but Would-Be Judges Still Hear: ‘No Girls'
On paper, women are free to apply for seats on Egyptian benches. In practice, they say, it is near impossible.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2021

Iran Plans to Abandon One of Its Homegrown Covid Shots
The defense ministry said there was too little demand for its Fakhravac vaccine to justify producing it, and blamed the health ministry for reneging on promised orders.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2021

Turkey Sours on Syrians, but Not in This Sleepy Town, Jolted Awake
As calls increase in Turkey for Syrian refugees to go home, Kilis, a border town transformed by the newcomers' energy, has embraced the change.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2021

Bombing of Military Bus in Syrian Capital Kills 14
President Bashar al-Assad has tightened his grip on Damascus, but the attack suggested that militants who oppose him can still do harm.

NYT Middle East
Oct 20, 2021

Iran Joins the Lineup at Asia Now
The art fair in Paris has expanded its scope, bringing Iranian contemporary artists and galleries to a platform called "Tehran Now."

NYT Middle East
Oct 19, 2021

Premier League Vote Targets Saudi Spending at Newcastle
The Premier League imposed a moratorium on sponsorships linked to investors only days after a Saudi-led group took control of one of its teams.

NYT Middle East
Oct 18, 2021

Diver Discovers 900-Year-Old Sword Dating to the Crusades
The sword, recovered off the coast of Israel, most likely belonged to a knight who fell into the sea or lost the weapon in battle, experts said.

NYT Middle East
Oct 17, 2021

In Newcastle, Songs Drown Out the Hard Questions
As long-suffering fans cheered the arrival of Saudi riches at their club, talk of the new owners' plans and the current team's flaws took the day off.

NYT Middle East
Oct 17, 2021

Tunisians Recall Revolution Reluctantly, if at All: ‘It Just Faded Away'
When a monument to those killed in the 2011 uprising was recently damaged, few took notice or even cared in a town, and country, where there is now more regret than a wish to remember.

NYT Middle East
Oct 16, 2021

After Iraqi Election, a Shiite Leader Emerges as an Unlikely U.S. Ally
The U.S. once threatened to kill Muqtada al-Sadr as his militia battled occupying forces. Now, the powerful cleric is helping Washington by keeping Iran at bay.

NYT Middle East
Oct 16, 2021

Beirut, a City Where Everyone Gets By, Revisits Sectarian Violence
Lebanon's capital thrives on its religious diversity, but sectarian tensions and memories of civil war lurk just beneath the surface.

NYT Middle East
Oct 15, 2021

Lebanon Observes Day of Mourning After Deadly Sectarian Clashes
The death toll rose to seven a day after gun battles between Christian and Shiite Muslim militias erupted amid tensions over an investigation into the port explosion last year.

NYT Middle East
Oct 15, 2021

Lebanon Observes Day of Mourning After Sectarian Clashes Kill 6
Beirut's streets were quiet a day after gun battles between Christian and Shiite Muslim militias erupted amid tensions over an investigation into the port explosion last year.

NYT Middle East
Oct 14, 2021

Deadly Clashes in Beirut Escalate Fears Over Lebanon's Dysfunction
The fighting further traumatized the small Mediterranean country, a patchwork of sects that has tumbled into an abyss of devastating political and economic crises.

NYT Middle East
Oct 14, 2021

As Western Oil Giants Cut Production, State-Owned Companies Step Up
In the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, government-owned energy companies are increasing oil and natural gas production as U.S. and European companies pare supply because of climate concerns.

NYT Middle East
Oct 13, 2021

Two More Guantánamo Detainees Are Approved for Release
A board has now backed the release of 12 out of the 39 men remaining at the prison, but U.S. diplomats must first reach security agreements with destination countries.

NYT Middle East
Oct 12, 2021

Iraq Says It Arrested a Leading Islamic State Figure
One of the most senior ISIS leaders ever to be taken alive is now reported to be in custody. The U.S. had offered a reward of up to $5 million for his capture.

NYT Middle East
Oct 12, 2021

Sally Rooney Declines to Sell Translation Rights to Israeli Publisher
The author of "Beautiful World, Where Are You" turned down an offer from an Israeli publisher to translate the novel to Hebrew, citing her support for Palestinians "in their struggle for freedom, justice and equality."

NYT Middle East
Oct 12, 2021

The Body Collector of Spain: When Migrants Die at Sea, He Gets Them Home
Martín Zamora, the owner of a funeral parlor near Gibraltar, has found an unusual line of business among the relatives of those who drown trying to reach Europe.

NYT Middle East
Oct 11, 2021

In Iraq Election, Shiite Cleric Who Fought U.S. Strengthens Power
Results showed the party of Muqtada al-Sadr making the biggest gains in a vote that could help shape Iraq's direction and its relationship with both the United States and Iran.

NYT Middle East
Oct 11, 2021

Syria Is Still Shattered, But Its Neighbors Are Restoring Ties
Arab countries are gradually restoring ties with Syria, but its president remains mired in crises he can't escape.

NYT Middle East
Oct 10, 2021

Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, Former U.S. Commander in Iraq, Dies
The four-star general helped carry out the strategy to increase U.S. troop numbers, which was credited with turning the tide of sectarian killings.

NYT Middle East
Oct 10, 2021

‘What Have We Done With Democracy?' A Decade On, Arab Spring Gains Wither
Tunisia, birthplace of the pro-democracy uprisings that swept the Arab world, now looks to many like a final confirmation of failed promise.

NYT Middle East
Oct 10, 2021

Iraqis' Frustration Over Broken Promises Keeps Voter Turnout Low
Iraqis voted in parliamentary elections that were called a year early in response to anti-government protests.

NYT Middle East
Oct 10, 2021

Electricity Is Restored in Lebanon, as Army Supplies Emergency Fuel
It was a temporary reprieve for a grid that has been supplying only a few hours of electricity per day, as Lebanon's collapsing economy struggles to import fuel.

NYT Middle East
Oct 09, 2021

Canadian Admits Fabricating Terrorism Tale Detailed in New York Times Podcast
In exchange for the admission of the man, Shehroze Chaudhry, Canada dropped criminal charges against him.

NYT Middle East
Oct 09, 2021

Abolhassan Bani-Sadr, Former Iranian President, Dies at 88
He tried to resist the currents of Islamic radicalism, but was forced out of office when he lost the support of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

NYT Middle East
Oct 09, 2021

Abol Hassan Bani-Sadr, Former Iranian President, Dies at 88
He tried to resist the currents of Islamic radicalism, but was forced out of office when he lost the support of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

NYT Middle East
Oct 08, 2021

Turkish Philanthropist, Osman Kavala, Goes to Trial
Lawyers and human rights groups denounced the trial as a farcical attempt to prolong the detention of dissidents on trumped-up charges already found to be inadequate.

NYT Middle East
Oct 08, 2021

Turkish Philanthropist Goes to Trial Again in a Widely Condemned Case
Lawyers and human rights groups denounced the trial as a farcical attempt to prolong the detention of dissidents on trumped-up charges already found to be inadequate.

NYT Middle East
Oct 08, 2021

Saudi Arabia, Newcastle and Soccer's Worship of Money
The sale of a Premier League team symbolizes a sport's unashamed devotion to wealth above all else.

NYT Middle East
Oct 07, 2021

In Iraqi Elections, Guns and Money Still Dominate Politics
Iraqis vote Sunday in parliamentary elections called a year early, after huge anti-government protests. Most parties are appealing to voters on the basis of religious, ethnic or tribal loyalty.

NYT Middle East
Oct 06, 2021

Major Obstacle Removed in Saudi Bid for Newcastle
The end of a piracy dispute involving the Premier League broadcaster beIN Sports could clear the way for a Saudi-led group to buy Newcastle United.

NYT Middle East
Oct 05, 2021

Outlook for Iran's Longest-Held Americans Echoes Broader Relationship: Dismal
A father and son have been held in Iran while three U.S. presidents occupied the White House. Now the father faces a dire medical emergency and his family is pleading for his release.

NYT Middle East
Oct 03, 2021

Jordan's King Among Leaders Accused of Amassing Secret Property Empire
A leak of nearly 12 million files suggested King Abdullah II was among 35 current and former leaders to use secret shell companies to hide their wealth.

NYT Middle East
Oct 03, 2021

3,000 Yazidis Are Still Missing. Their Families Know Where Some of Them Are.
Seven years after they were captured by the Islamic State, some members of the Iraqi religious minority are still being held captive by fighters in Syria. Others are with families of ISIS militants.

NYT Middle East
Oct 02, 2021

Narrator of ISIS Videos Flown to U.S. To Face Terrorism Charge
The man, Mohammed Khalifa, was captured in Syria in early 2019. He was part of the Islamic State's Ministry of Media, which was responsible for publicizing the beheading of the American journalist James Foley.

NYT Middle East
Oct 02, 2021

Marcia Freedman, First American Woman in Knesset, Dies at 83
As a radical gay feminist in historically patriarchal Israel, Ms. Freedman was under constant criticism and was often dismissed by her colleagues.

NYT Middle East
Oct 02, 2021

Violent Crime Spikes Among Arabs in Israel as Officials Admit Neglect
Killings of Arabs by Arabs have soared in Israel. The prevailing assumption, an official said, was "as long as they are killing each other, that's their problem."

NYT Middle East
Sep 30, 2021

‘Shrinking the Conflict': What Does Israel's New Mantra Really Mean?
Short of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett wants to "shrink" it. Critics say it's just a new term for the old policies.

NYT Middle East
Sep 29, 2021

Talk of Iraq Recognizing Israel Prompts Threats of Arrest or Death
A conference promoting normalization, organized by a little-known American group, prompted a furor, pointing to the volatility and danger in Iraqi politics.

NYT Middle East
Sep 29, 2021

Amid Tensions With U.S., Erdogan Praises Ties with Russia
Meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said "there is no path back" from Turkish-Russian military deals opposed by the West.

NYT Middle East
Sep 29, 2021

#DoNotTouchMyClothes: Afghan Women Protest Taliban Restrictions on Rights
A social media campaign within the Afghan diaspora celebrates pre-Taliban dress traditions, and mourns the loss of that freedom.

NYT Middle East
Sep 28, 2021

‘I Can't Imagine a Good Future': Young Iranians Increasingly Want Out
Divorce is up, fertility rates are down and many from Iran's younger generation are postponing weddings and searching for ways to leave the country in the face of economic and political stagnation.

NYT Middle East
Sep 27, 2021

As Tunisia's President Cements One-Man Rule, Opposition Grows
In the latest step to consolidate power in his hands, President Kais Saied set up a system under which he will essentially govern the country by decree, bypassing the Constitution.

NYT Middle East
Sep 26, 2021

Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, 85, Dies; Led Egypt After Mubarak's Fall
A general and defense minister, he took power after the Arab Spring uprising, overseeing a crackdown on pro-democracy protesters.

NYT Middle East
Sep 26, 2021

Five Killed in West Bank Shootouts
The Israeli military said the five were killed during raids to arrest members of a Hamas network planning terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians.

NYT Middle East
Sep 26, 2021

Women Enslaved by ISIS Say They Did Not Consent to a Film About Them
The acclaimed documentary "Sabaya" portrays the rescue of Yazidi women sexually enslaved by the Islamic State terrorist group. But many of the traumatized women said they never agreed to be in the film.

NYT Middle East
Sep 25, 2021

In Reversal, Israel's New Government Engages With Palestinian Authority
The government has held high-level meetings with Palestinian officials and aided the Palestinians economically, a sharp change from the previous government.

NYT Middle East
Sep 24, 2021

Rebuking Biden, Iran's Chief Diplomat Demands More Sanctions Relief
The foreign minister for Iran's new hard-line government said it would demand a higher price for limiting its nuclear program than it did in the 2015 deal.

NYT Middle East
Sep 24, 2021

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NYT Middle East
Sep 24, 2021

How Ukraine Negotiated With the Taliban and Rescued 96 Afghans
Few countries have been willing to fly rescue missions into Afghanistan since the Americans left. Ukraine is an exception. It says it has a different definition of danger.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

In Biden's Foreign Policy, Friends and Foes Claim Echoes of Trump
President Biden's speech at the U.N. was a stark contrast to President Donald J. Trump's. But it came amid complaints that some of Mr. Biden's policy moves echoed his predecessor's approach.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

International Battle Over 6-Year-Old Cable-Car Survivor Goes to Court
The fate of Eitan Biran, whose parents were killed at an Italian mountain resort in May, has become an international cause pitting relatives in Israel against those in Italy.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

Secret Hearing Focuses on Hidden Microphones at Guantánamo Prison
Hearings resumed in the destroyer Cole bombing case after a 600-day delay caused by the pandemic.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

House Approves Funding for Israel's Iron Dome
Progressives balked at sending military aid to a country they accuse of human rights abuses, angering centrists and Jewish lawmakers who said the United States must support a crucial ally.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

International Battle Over 6-Year-Old Cable-Car Crash Survivor Goes to Court
The fate of Eitan Biran, whose parents were killed on an Italian mountain resort in May, has become an international cause pitting relatives in Israel against those in Italy.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

Australia Court Orders Malka Leifer to Be Tried Over Sexual Abuse
Malka Leifer, who was extradited from Israel after a long battle, pleaded not guilty to 70 counts.

NYT Middle East
Sep 23, 2021

Ex-Principal of Australian School to Stand Trial on Sexual Abuse Charges
Malka Leifer, who was extradited from Israel after a long battle, pleaded not guilty to 70 counts.

NYT Middle East
Sep 22, 2021

Biden Declared the War Over. But Wars Go On.
The president's assertion after the withdrawal from Afghanistan that the United States is not at war for the first time in 20 years ignored continued smaller-scale conflicts.

NYT Middle East
Sep 21, 2021

At U.N., Biden Calls for Diplomacy, not Conflict, but Some Are Skeptical
The president said he wants global cooperation to meet challenges, but some allies and adversaries say his actions point to confrontation with China and unilateral action, belying his words.

NYT Middle East
Sep 21, 2021

Saadi Yacef, ‘Battle of Algiers' Catalyst and Actor, Dies at 93
At the center of the Algerian effort to throw off French rule, he re-created that role in Gillo Pontecorvo's searing 1966 movie, based on a book by Mr. Yacef.

NYT Middle East
Sep 21, 2021

Taliban Complete Interim Government, Still Without Women
The Taliban spurned calls from the United Nations and big donors to include women in its new cabinet, but did add a few men from minority ethnic groups.

NYT Middle East
Sep 20, 2021

France Asks ‘Forgiveness' for its Abandonment of Algerian Harkis
After fighting on the French side in the Algerian war of independence, Algerian Arabs were left to be slaughtered in Algeria or were abused in France.

NYT Middle East
Sep 20, 2021

Glimpses of ‘Lost Tribe' Jewish Communities in India and Myanmar
Often overlooked, the communities in South and Southeast Asia complicate notions of Jewish identity while emphasizing its malleability.

NYT Middle East
Sep 20, 2021

Cairo's Antique Elevators, Glorious and Glitchy, Are Scenes of Love and Fear
For some Cairenes, the city's geriatric lifts are beautiful marvels. Others consider them frustrating and frightening. Everyone has a story.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

Israel Captures Last 2 Palestinian Inmates Still Free After Prison Break
Six prisoners had tunneled out of a maximum-security facility on Sept. 6, in an embarrassment for Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

U.S. Calls Drone Strike a 'Tragic Mistake'
The U.S. admission that a drone strike that killed 10 civilians was a "tragic mistake" did nothing to ease the sense of vulnerability among surviving family members and co-workers living under Taliban rule.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

Iran-Backed Militias Battle Activists in a Holy Iraqi City
Militia violence has driven antigovernment protesters underground and shaken Karbala, a city of gold-domed Shiite shrines.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

‘There Is Chaos'; Iran-Backed Militias Battle Activists in a Holy Iraqi City
Militia violence has driven antigovernment protesters underground and shaken Karbala, a city of gold-domed Shiite shrines.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

Afghans Somber but Not Surprised as U.S. Calls Drone Strike a ‘Tragic Mistake'
Afghans expressed a familiar anger at the Pentagon's admission that an attack killing 10 civilians was a mistake, one of many such errors during the 20-year war.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

U.S. Calls Drone Strikes in Afghanistan a 'Tragic Mistake'
Afghans expressed a familiar anger at the Pentagon's admission that an attack killing 10 civilians was a mistake, one of many such errors during the 20-year war.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killing Machine
Israeli agents had wanted to kill Iran's top nuclear scientist for years. Then they came up with a way to do it with no operatives present.

NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

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NYT Middle East
Sep 18, 2021

The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killer Robot
Israeli agents had wanted to kill Iran's top nuclear scientist for years. Then they came up with a way to do it with no operatives present.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2021

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria's Longest-Serving President, Dies at 84
Mr. Bouteflika, ousted from the presidency in 2019 after 20 years in office, joined the country's fight for independence in the 1950s and helped lead the nation out of a brutal civil war in the 1990s.

NYT Middle East
Sep 17, 2021

Taliban Seize Women's Ministry Building for Use by Religious Police
Taliban leaders have turned the Kabul building that housed Afghanistan's Ministry of Women's Affairs into the offices for the religious police, an ominous portent for women's rights.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2021

With Fuel from Iran, Hezbollah Steps In Where Lebanon Has Failed
The militant group trucked more than 1 million gallons of diesel into Lebanon, flouting U.S. sanctions and billing itself as savior to a suffering population.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2021

Ida Nudel, ‘Angel' to Soviet Jews Seeking to Flee, Dies at 90
During the Cold War, she fought for the rights of others and also waged a 16-year fight of her own for an exit visa to Israel. She finally won in 1987.

NYT Middle East
Sep 16, 2021

U.S. and Egypt Put Improving Egypt's Human Rights on the Agenda
Both countries took steps aimed at improving Egypt's poor human rights record, but rights advocates found them short of the mark.

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2021

This Is Life in Rural Afghanistan After the Taliban Takeover
Since the Taliban takeover, much of Afghanistan's countryside has seen a big drop in violence after 20 years of fighting. "It has been a long time now since a bullet hit our homes."

NYT Middle East
Sep 15, 2021

In Rural Afghanistan, War Remnants Everywhere, but no Shooting or Checkpoints
Since the Taliban takeover, much of Afghanistan's countryside has seen a big drop in violence after 20 years of fighting. "It has been a long time now since a bullet hit our homes."

NYT Middle East
Sep 14, 2021

Ex-U.S. Intelligence Officers Admit to Hacking Crimes in Work for Emiratis
They were among a trend of Americans working for foreign governments trying to build their cyberoperation abilities.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2021

Iran Nears an Atomic Milestone
Edging close to a bomb's worth of fuel is seen as a tactic to pressure the Biden administration into agreeing to a quick renewal of the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Sep 13, 2021

Eitan Biran, Lone Survivor of Italian Cable Car Crash, Is Subject of Custody Battle
The grandfather of a 6-year-old boy who survived an accident that killed his parents in May is under investigation after taking him to Israel.

NYT Middle East
Sep 12, 2021

Afghan Pilots Who Sought Safety in Uzbekistan Transfer to U.S. Base
Taliban leaders have been pressuring the Uzbek government to turn over the pilots, who fear for the safety of themselves and their families.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2021

For a Fractured Israel, a Film Offers Ominous Lessons From Ancient Past
An animated epic depicting a Jewish civil war and the destruction of the Second Temple 2,000 years ago is being seen as a warning in a deeply divided country.

NYT Middle East
Sep 11, 2021

Israel Captures 4 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison
The escape on Monday was seen as a rare humiliation of Israel's security establishment, and was celebrated by Palestinians. The other two inmates were still at large on Saturday.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2021

Israel Captures 2 of 6 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison
The escape on Monday was seen as a rare humiliation of Israel's security establishment, and celebrated by Palestinians. The other four inmates remain at large.

NYT Middle East
Sep 10, 2021

Lebanon Gets New Prime Minister Amid Economic Meltdown
The billionaire Najib Mikati's new cabinet is Lebanon's first empowered government in more than a year. It faces the immediate challenge of a collapsing economy.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2021

First Flight From Kabul Is Hailed as Positive Step Amid Troubling Signs
A passenger jet's departure on Thursday was the first foreign flight out of Afghanistan since the U.S. evacuation ended. But thousands who want to leave remain stuck.

NYT Middle East
Sep 09, 2021

A Family's Yearlong Quest to Return to Hong Kong During the Pandemic
The Bordias have been trying to return to Hong Kong, their home of 13 years, from India, where they traveled early in the pandemic. But their journey has become a game of transoceanic Whac-A-Mole.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2021

Afghanistan Aid Workers Tread a Tricky Path Under Taliban Rule
Afghanistan desperately needs aid. Nonprofits desperately want to provide it. But the aid groups are being tested as never before by the uncertainty that has followed the Taliban takeover.

NYT Middle East
Sep 08, 2021

West Bank Bans Weddings Amid New Virus Outbreak
As wedding hall owners expressed frustration, even more restrictive measures were possibly on the way.

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