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NYT Middle East
Dec 01, 2022

US Eyes $156 Million Yacht in Dubai Linked to a Russian Oligarch
The U.S. Justice Department is taking steps to seize the Madame Gu, a 324-foot luxury yacht, but it will be diplomatically thorny.

NYT Middle East
Nov 30, 2022

Islamic State Chief Is Dead and New One Is Picked. Both Are Unknown.
The group has been reduced from the world's most fearsome terrorist organization to a low-level insurgency operating in limited parts of countries torn by conflict.

NYT Middle East
Nov 30, 2022

Qatar's World Cup Narrows Rift With Saudi Arabia
The Gulf neighbors were split for years in a bitter regional dispute. Now, the glare of attention provided by the soccer tournament is highlighting their complicated reunion.

NYT Middle East
Nov 30, 2022

To Get the Best Perks at the World Cup, You Have to Be a V.V.I.P.
If you desire truly cushy treatment, it's not enough to be a V.I.P. What you want is to be a V.V.I.P., sipping free cognac and rubbing elbows with the emir.

NYT Middle East
Nov 29, 2022

The World Cup Continues for the US Will Christian Pulisic be Part of It?
The Iranians played well under immense pressure while protests rock their country, and the Americans awaited news of Christian Pulisic, the star player who was injured scoring the game's only goal.

NYT Middle East
Nov 29, 2022

Israeli Filmmaker's Critique of ‘The Kashmir Files' Draws Fierce Backlash
The filmmaker, Nadav Lapid, criticized "The Kashmir Files," a Hindi-language film that depicts a violent chapter in the restive region of Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir.

NYT Middle East
Nov 29, 2022

Israeli Filmmaker's Critique of Popular Bollywood Film Draws Fierce Backlash
The filmmaker, Nadav Lapid, criticized "The Kashmir Files," a Hindi-language film that depicts a violent chapter in the restive region of Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir.

NYT Middle East
Nov 28, 2022

A U.S.-Iran Soccer Showdown Intensifies With Protests as a Backdrop
The unrest that has gripped Iran for the past two months has heightened what would already have been a tense encounter at the World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday between the two geopolitical foes.

NYT Middle East
Nov 28, 2022

Qatar's Loudest Fans Aren't from Qatar
A heaving mass of flesh and energy has brought life to the host nation's matches at the World Cup. They are Qatar's loudest fans, but they're not from Qatar.

NYT Middle East
Nov 27, 2022

Amid Israeli Blockade on Gaza, a Fishing Fleet Limps Along
An Israeli blockade that restricts the movement of Gazans out of the strip and limits imports — or bans them completely — has been devastating for the enclave's fishing industry.

NYT Middle East
Nov 26, 2022

Saudi Commuters Descend on Doha for an In-and-Out World Cup
A victory over Argentina inspired a kingdom's soccer fans. And when Qatar is just a short flight, you go.

NYT Middle East
Nov 25, 2022

An Israeli Schoolboy Died in the West Bank. To Find His Body, Foes Joined Forces.
After Palestinian gunmen refused to hand over a dead Israeli teenager on Tuesday, officials on both sides of the conflict worked together to recover his abducted body.

NYT Middle East
Nov 25, 2022

Qataris Say Criticism of Country Amid World Cup Is Rooted in Stereotypes
Many in the country say the barrage of criticism about its human rights record and the exploitation of migrant workers is laced with discrimination and hypocrisy.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

2 Bomb Attacks in Jerusalem Kill 1 and Wound at Least 18
They were the first bomb attacks on Israeli civilians since 2016, and prompted calls by far-right leaders for the swift formation of a new government that would be tougher on terrorism.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

Two Bomb Attacks in Jerusalem Kill 1 and Wound at Least 18
They were the first bomb attacks on Israeli civilians since 2016, and they prompted calls by far-right leaders for the swift formation of a new government that would be tougher on terrorism.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

Lebanese Shepherds Accused of Spying Along Disputed Border With Israel
Lebanese herders say that Israel crosses an ill-defined frontier to abduct and interrogate them. Israel accuses the herders of espionage on behalf of Hezbollah.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

How Iran's Security Forces Use Ambulances to Suppress Protests
Witness accounts and video analysis reveal how the state is co-opting ambulances to infiltrate demonstrations and detain protesters.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

Two Explosions in Jerusalem Kill 1 and Wound at Least 13
The two explosions occurred at bus stops during the morning rush hour in what were believed to be the first bomb attacks on Israeli civilians since 2016.

NYT Middle East
Nov 23, 2022

Two Blasts in Jerusalem Kill 1 and Wound at Least 13
The two explosions occurred at bus stops during the morning rush hour in what were believed to be the first bomb attacks on Israeli civilians since 2016.

NYT Middle East
Nov 22, 2022

A Saudi Win at the World Cup Rings Out Across the Arab World
Even the country's de facto leader had downplayed expectations. After a win over Lionel Messi's Argentina, one of the most shocking results in World Cup history, Wednesday will be a national holiday.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2022

Iran Arrests 2 Actresses for Participating in Protests
Hengameh Ghaziani and Katayoun Riahi were detained after removing their head scarves and criticizing the government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 21, 2022

Netanyahu Awarded Damages After a Predecessor Called Him ‘Mentally Ill'
The Israeli prime minister-designate, Benjamin Netanyahu, and his family won a libel suit against a former prime minister, Ehud Olmert, but got far less compensation than they had demanded.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2022

Trump Family's Newest Partners: Middle Eastern Governments
The government of Oman is a partner in a real estate deal signed last week by the former president, intensifying questions about a potential conflict as he seeks the White House again.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2022

Turkey Bombs Kurdish Foes in Iraq and Syria, Likely Killing Dozens
Turkish officials said the airstrikes were a counterterrorism operation against militants it accused of carrying out a bomb attack in Istanbul.

NYT Middle East
Nov 20, 2022

In Iraq's Mountains, Iranian Opposition Fighters Feel the Squeeze
The armed groups, which have trained in the Kurdistan region for decades, face attacks from Iran and pressure from the Iraqi government to give up their weapons.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2022

On Eve of World Cup, FIFA President Gianni Infantino Defends Qatar
Gianni Infantino defended the host country's decision to ban the sale of beer at stadiums and fired back at the "hypocrisy" of Western criticisms.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2022

Red Sea Coral Reefs Keep Thriving Despite Global Warming
As warming waters devastate coral around the world, the sea's stunningly colorful reefs have been remarkably resilient. But pollution, mass tourism and overfishing put them at risk.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2022

World Cup: FIFA President Gianni Infantino Defends Qatar
Gianni Infantino defended the host country's decision to ban the sale of beer at stadiums and fired back at the "hypocrisy" of Western criticisms.

NYT Middle East
Nov 19, 2022

Qatar 2022: The World Cup That Changed Everything
The decision to take the World Cup to Qatar has upturned a small nation, battered the reputation of global soccer's governing body and altered the fabric of the sport.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2022

Iranian Protesters Attack Khomeini's Childhood Home as Unrest Spreads
The house where the Islamic revolution's founder grew up was set on fire during a fresh surge of anger over the government's killing of children, including three in the city of Izeh.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2022

Deadly Blaze in Gaza Strip Kills 21 People Gathered for a Family Party
The fast-moving blaze and the high number of deaths led to accusations that emergency units were too slow in responding.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2022

Qatar Bans Beer Sales at World Cup Stadiums
The about-face on alcohol, in violation of a multimillion-dollar FIFA sponsorship agreement, signaled soccer's governing body may no longer be in full control of its showcase event.

NYT Middle East
Nov 18, 2022

US Backs Immunity for Saudi Leader in Lawsuit Over Khashoggi Murder
The State Department said Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom's de facto ruler, should have legal immunity as the head of the Saudi government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2022

21 Killed in Fast-Moving Gaza Fire in Jabaliya Neighborhood
A family celebration turned deadly, and officials said that gasoline stored in an apartment fueled the fire and contributed to the high death toll.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2022

An Unlikely Group Scrambles for World Cup Rooms: FIFA's Elite
The luxury hotel set to host soccer's most senior leaders wasn't quite ready when they began arriving, the latest in a series of last-second tweaks to Qatar's well-laid plans.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2022

Alaa Abd El Fattah, Egyptian Political Prisoner, Had Near-Death Experience, Family Says
Alaa Abd El Fattah, who is being given nutrients intravenously, told his relatives he collapsed in prison but planned to resume his hunger strike again.

NYT Middle East
Nov 17, 2022

Wounded Iranian Protesters Forced to Flee and Heal in Hiding Abroad
Most who took part in antigovernment rallies try to stay below the radar in their own country, but some, particularly those injured in the crackdown, have been forced to flee.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2022

UK Sees Varied Domestic Threats, Mainly From Iran, Russia and China
In an annual assessment, the head of M15 also cited Iranian attempts to kill or kidnap at least 10 critics of the Iran's government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2022

As Netanyahu Nears Power, the Far Right Wants to Oversee the Army
Bezalel Smotrich is an ultranationalist who opposes Palestinian sovereignty and wants to govern Israel by Jewish law. He seeks the Defense Ministry in Benjamin Netanyahu's government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2022

‘In Her Hands' Review: A Young Woman's Resolve as Life Unravels
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton executive produced this documentary, which follows a young Afghan mayor as she navigates upheavals wrought by the Taliban's return to power.

NYT Middle East
Nov 16, 2022

Migrant Workers Are the Qatar World Cup's Forgotten Team
Hundreds of thousands of Nepalis were part of an army of migrant workers who remade Qatar for its World Cup moment. But in chasing desperately needed paychecks abroad, many pay a heavy price.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2022

Iran Cracks Down as Protests Show No Sign of Easing
Security forces fired on a crowd at a metro station on Tuesday, setting off a panicked rush of commuters, video showed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2022

Alaa Abd El Fattah Ends Hunger Strike in Egypt, Family Says
During the U.N. climate conference in Egypt, world leaders pressed the Egyptian president to release Alaa Abd El Fattah, who has been on a hunger strike for more than seven months.

NYT Middle East
Nov 15, 2022

Palestinian Assailant Kills 3 Israelis in West Bank
The attack began in a settlement industrial zone and continued along a highway, and took place on the day that Israel is to swear in a new Parliament.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

U.S. Investigating Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh in West Bank, Israel Says
The Justice Department inquiry is a shift by the Biden administration, which had said that Shireen Abu Akleh was probably killed accidentally, by gunfire from the position of Israeli soldiers.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

U.S. Justice Dept. Investigates Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh in West Bank
The Justice Department inquiry is a shift by the Biden administration, which had said that Shireen Abu Akleh was probably killed accidentally, by gunfire from the position of Israeli soldiers.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

Iran Unleashes Its Wrath on Its Children for Joining Protests
Hundreds of minors have been detained for joining the demonstrations, and many others have died in the crackdown, according to Iranian lawyers and rights activists.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

Qatar World Cup Faces New Edict: Hide the Beer
A week before the opening game, tournament organizers are scrambling to balance late changes ordered by powerful Qatari officials with the interests of a major FIFA sponsor, Budweiser.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

Turkey Accuses U.S. of Complicity in Istanbul Attack
Turkish police arrested a female suspect and accused her of entering from Syria to carry out the bombing on Kurdish orders. The U.S. is allied with a Kurdish-led militia in Syria.

NYT Middle East
Nov 14, 2022

Iran Attacks Opposition Bases in Iraq's Kurdistan Region
At least two people were killed and nine more wounded as security forces launched cross-border strikes at opposition groups they accuse of fueling protests across Iran.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2022

Deadly Bombing in Istanbul Is Being Investigated as a Terrorist Attack
The blast killed at least six people, injured 81 others and shattered a yearslong sense of calm in Turkey as its tourism industry tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

NYT Middle East
Nov 13, 2022

Israel's Election Empowers a More Muscular Religious Zionism
The extreme wing of the nationalist religious community has prevailed. At the same time, religious Zionists are increasingly part of the Israeli mainstream.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2022

Surgeons Rushed to Guantánamo as Prisoner's Condition Deteriorates
Lawyers for the prisoner, an Iraqi with spine disease, say it has suddenly gotten worse and that the U.S. naval base cannot provide adequate care.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2022

COP27 Protests Call for Climate Justice and Freedom for Fattah
In a country where protests are banned, hundreds rallied at the COP27 climate talks, demanding climate reparations and freedom for a political prisoner.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2022

Climate Change and Human Activity Erode Egypt's Treasured Antiquities
The effects of global warming on the country's monuments are already striking. And the changing weather is only amplifying centuries of destructive human impact.

NYT Middle East
Nov 12, 2022

Internal Documents Show How Close the F.B.I. Came to Deploying Spyware
Christopher Wray, the F.B.I.'s director, told Congress last December that the bureau purchased the phone hacking tool Pegasus for research purposes.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2022

Qatar Will Allow Israelis to Fly Directly to Doha for World Cup
The move fell short of creating formal diplomatic ties between the countries, but it was the latest sign of warming relations between Israel and some Arab governments.

NYT Middle East
Nov 10, 2022

Egypt Starts ‘Medical Intervention' on Prominent Political Prisoner, Family Says
The hunger-striking dissident Alaa Abd El Fattah escalated his protest this week when he stopped drinking water as a U.N. climate conference opened in Egypt. His family fears that he is being force fed.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2022

An Ivory Comb With an Ancient Message: Get Rid of Beard Lice.
Archaeologists in Israel unearthed a tiny ivory comb inscribed with the oldest known sentence written in an alphabet that evolved into one we use today.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2022

Jordan Is Running Out of Water, a Grim Glimpse of the Future
The small Middle Eastern nation is already one of the driest countries in the world and rising heat, coupled with a growing population, is making things much worse.

NYT Middle East
Nov 09, 2022

After Near Wipeout in Election, Israeli Left Wonders: What Now?
Support for Israel's left collapsed against Benjamin Netanyahu and his far-right alliance in last week's election. To regain relevance, the left's leaders say they need to change — but disagree on how.

NYT Middle East
Nov 08, 2022

Our Changing World: The Climate Crisis in Pictures
No single image tells the story of a climate in crisis, but our photographers have come back from their global travels with an encyclopedia's worth of pictures that hint at the scope and devastation.

NYT Middle East
Nov 08, 2022

Team Melli Once United Iran at World Cup. Now It Reflects Its Divisions.
Team Melli was long seen as a unifying force in a fractious nation. As it heads to the World Cup, it has become ensnared in its country's internal politics.

NYT Middle East
Nov 08, 2022

A Soccer Team Once United Iran. Now It Reflects Its Divisions.
A squad long seen as a unifying force in a fractious nation has become ensnared in its internal politics as it heads to the World Cup.

NYT Middle East
Nov 07, 2022

American Aid Worker Is Shot Dead in Baghdad
Security officials said that gunmen opened fire on the aid worker's vehicle in a drive-by shooting in the central Baghdad neighborhood where he lived.

NYT Middle East
Nov 07, 2022

Even as Egypt Hosts Climate Summit, Selling Fossil Fuels Is a Priority
Desperate for cash as the fallout from the Ukraine war batters its economy, Egypt has been conserving natural gas at home to sell to Europe.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2022

Far Right's Rise in Israel Driven by Anxiety and Fear
To win election, Benjamin Netanyahu and his far-right allies harnessed perceived threats to Israel's Jewish identity after ethnic unrest last year and the subsequent inclusion of Arab lawmakers in the government.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2022

Hosting Climate Summit Is Both Opportunity and Risk for Egypt
The COP27 meeting next week allows a debt-wracked African country to champion climate needs of poorer nations. But it also puts Egypt under scrutiny.

NYT Middle East
Nov 05, 2022

Republican Gains in Congress Would Pressure Biden on Ukraine and Iran
Officials in the Biden administration expect plenty of complications, including summons to hearings over the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2022

U.S., Allies Vow to Protect Ukraine's Infrastructure From Russian Attacks
Top diplomats from the Group of 7 nations discussed sending more air defense equipment to Ukraine and agreed to coordinate on rebuilding its infrastructure.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2022

As Israel's Far Right Nears Power, Palestinians Feel a Pang of Fear
To some Palestinians, the rise of the Israeli far right can scarcely make things worse. But many fear a surge of violence.

NYT Middle East
Nov 04, 2022

As Protests Rage, Iran Marks Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover
State-backed demonstrations to mark the 1979 event, a touchstone of the Iranian Revolution, were widely broadcast on TV and come as anti-government protests have rocked the country.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Biden and Netanyahu Gear Up for a Complicated New Era
The two leaders have forged a relationship over four decades that vacillates between warmth and combat.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Netanyahu's Corruption Charges in Israel: What to Know
Benjamin Netanyahu is on track to once again lead Israel as prime minister — while facing a corruption trial.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Netanyahu to Return to Power in Israel as Lapid Concedes Defeat
After five elections in less than four years, Israel will have a stable government for the first time since 2019. But Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition could test the constitutional framework and social fabric.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Netanyahu Set to Win Israel's Election and Return to Power Within Weeks
After five elections in less than four years, Israel will have a stable government for the first time since 2019. But Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition could test the constitutional framework and social fabric.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Will Qatar Be Ready for the World Cup?
As sports fans prepare to flood the tiny Gulf nation, cranes and loaders are still running hard — as is criticism of Qatar's human rights record and exploitation of workers.

NYT Middle East
Nov 03, 2022

Qatar Offered Fans Free World Cup Trips. But There Was a Catch.
Organizers are providing travel and tickets to hundreds of fans of the participating teams. But only if they promise not to criticize Qatar, and to report people who do.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2022

U.S. Seeks Removal of Iran From U.N. Women's Rights Agency
At an informal meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, the American ambassador called on the global community to give its "moral support" to protesters in Iran.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2022

Iranian Authorities Crack Down on Protests at Tehran Apartment Complex
Iran's security forces shot at windows and threw stun grenades in a raid at the Shahrak Ekbatan complex, where a member of the feared Basij militia was killed last week, residents said.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2022

Israel's Election: 5 Takeaways
Benjamin Netanyahu seems poised to take power again. But regardless of his fate, the election already highlights several trends that could have a lasting effect on Israel.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2022

Netanyahu Extends Lead in Israel Election, Projections Say
If the right-wing bloc does cement an election victory, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, will return to office even as he stands trial on corruption charges.

NYT Middle East
Nov 02, 2022

Trial of Kansas Teacher Who Joined ISIS Shows Family's Deep Scars
Allison Fluke-Ekren, a teacher from Kansas, dragged her family to Syria and forced her daughter, Leyla, to train for war on behalf of the Islamic State. Now her daughter wields final words against her.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2022

Netanyahu Holds Slight Lead in Israeli Election, Exit Polls Show
If the right-wing bloc does eke out a narrow victory, it will allow Mr. Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, to return to office even as he stands trial on corruption charges.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2022

Israel Election: Here's what's at stake.


NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2022

For Netanyahu's Corruption Trial, Court Is Hearing From Over 300 Witnesses
The Israeli electorate remains divided over the former prime minister, even as his continuing trial on corruption charges has mostly dropped out of the headlines.

NYT Middle East
Nov 01, 2022

Why Does Israel Keep Having So Many Elections?
A divided electorate and shifting alliances make for a delicate balance in the country's voting outcomes and lawmakers' ability to hold diverse blocs together.

NYT Middle East
Oct 30, 2022

Palestinian Voters Debate Staying Home for Israeli Election
As Israel prepares to go to the polls again, some of the voters who helped propel an Arab party into the governing coalition for the first time are worried about a lack of results.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2022

Another Israeli Election Looms, and a Familiar Face Plans a Comeback
Ousted from the prime minister's office 16 months ago, Benjamin Netanyahu, the leading candidate, is out to prove his political obituaries were premature.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2022

Another Israeli Election Looms, and Benjamin Netanyahu Plans a Comeback
Ousted from the prime minister's office 16 months ago, Benjamin Netanyahu, the leading candidate, is out to prove his political obituaries were premature.

NYT Middle East
Oct 29, 2022

Saudi Halloween: Once-Banned Holiday Now Haunted by Masked Monsters
Only a few years ago, a Halloween party meant arrest. Now, a government-sponsored "horror weekend" means sold-out costume shops and scary clowns. "Saudi is changing," said a young man going as a wizard.

NYT Middle East
Oct 28, 2022

Saudis Find Sympathetic U.S. Ears at ‘Davos in the Desert'
A Saudi decision to support a cut in oil output infuriated Washington. But at an investment conference in Riyadh, there was plenty of praise for the kingdom.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2022

Memorials for 2 Young Women Killed in Iran Galvanize Protests
For a second day in a row, tens of thousands of demonstrators protested across Iran against the country's authoritarian clerical rule. The government response on Thursday was again deadly.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2022

Democrats Raise Questions About Mnuchin's Deals in Persian Gulf
The speed of the former Treasury secretary's shift to raising money for his private investment fund after leaving office was cited by two lawmakers, who said they had "serious concerns."

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2022

Iraqi Parliament Approves New Government After Yearlong Delay
The installation of a new prime minister and cabinet ends a long-running political deadlock, but perpetuates a system plagued by corruption and dysfunction.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2022

With Economy Reeling From Ukraine War, Egypt Secures $3 Billion I.M.F. Loan
The local currency had tumbled against the dollar, and food and energy prices soared in the wake of Russia's February invasion of Ukraine, adding to the struggles of millions of Egyptians.

NYT Middle East
Oct 27, 2022

Israeli-Lebanese Maritime Deal Marks a Milestone, With Limitations
The U.S.-brokered deal has stirred fierce debate in Israel between some who view it as an achievement and others as a dangerous capitulation.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2022

Israeli Blockade in West Bank Angers Palestinians
To fight a growing insurgency, the Israeli Army has closed off several entrances to a major Palestinian city, harming its economy and stirring more protest.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2022

Tens of Thousands in Iran Mourn Mahsa Amini, Whose Death Set Off Protests
While demonstrations and clashes erupted across the country, state media reported a deadly attack on a mosque in the southern city of Shiraz, adding to the atmosphere of tension.

NYT Middle East
Oct 26, 2022

Ahmed Alshaiba, Yemeni Music Master, Is Dead at 32
He taught himself to play the oud, a lutelike stringed instrument, and made a splash on social media with his cover versions of pop songs.

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