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NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Enfrentamientos en Jerusalén: palestinos e israelíes chocan en la mezquita de Al-Aqsa
El templo, ubicado en un lugar sagrado para musulmanes, cristianos y judíos, es escenario recurrente de tensiones en un prolongado conflicto.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Violence in Israel Challenges Biden's ‘Stand Back' Approach
The president came to office seeing little opportunity to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He may now be forced to get more involved.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

More Than 30 Dead in Gaza and Israel as Fighting Quickly Escalates
Hamas fires rockets at Israeli cities. Israel hits Gaza with airstrikes. Civilians suffer the most casualties, but leaders on each side may reap political benefits.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

As Israelis and Palestinians Battle, Rockets and Airstrikes Intensify
As localized violence in Jerusalem grew into a cross-border conflict, at least 26 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza. Israel reported at least two deaths.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Hamas Fires Rockets at Tel Aviv as Israel Hits Gaza With Airstrikes
As localized violence in Jerusalem grew into a cross-border conflict, at least 26 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza. Two people in Israel were also reported killed.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Haifaa Al-Mansour Rocks Out to Punk and Cooks With TikTok
With her movie "The Perfect Candidate" arriving in American theaters, Al-Mansour, the first Saudi Arabian woman to become a feature-length filmmaker, discusses her cultural essentials.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Israel Hits Gaza With Airstrikes as Hamas Increases Rocket Fire
As localized violence in Jerusalem grew into a cross-border conflict, at least 26 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza. Two people in Israel were also reported killed.

NYT Middle East
May 11, 2021

Israel Hits Gaza With Deadly Airstrikes Amid Rocket Fire by Hamas
As the confrontation grew from localized violence in Jerusalem to a cross-border conflict, 23 Palestinians, including nine children, were killed, according to officials in Gaza.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

After Raid on Aqsa Mosque, Rockets From Gaza and Israeli Airstrikes
Gaza officials say 20 people were killed in the airstrikes. The escalation followed clashes between the Israeli police and Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Why Jerusalem's Aqsa Mosque Is an Arab-Israeli Fuse
The mosque sits on a site sacred to Christians, Muslims and Jews, and it is a chronic flash point in the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Violence Shakes Israel, With Rocket Fire and Police Battling Palestinians
Gaza officials say nine people were killed. The exchange followed clashes between the Israeli police and Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem after a week of increasing tensions.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

US Vessel Fires Warning Shots at Iranian Patrol Boats
The incident, in the Strait of Hormuz, was the third time in just over a month that vessels from the two countries have come dangerously close.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Gaza Militants Fire Rockets at Jerusalem; Israel Responds With Airstrikes
Gaza officials say nine people were killed. The exchange followed clashes between the Israeli police and Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem after a week of increasing tensions.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Rockets Fired at Jerusalem and Hundreds Hurt in Clashes at Aqsa Mosque
Gaza militants fired rockets toward Jerusalem and the Israeli police fought with Palestinian protesters in an escalation of violence after a week of increasing tensions.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Iraq's F-16s Grounded After Lockheed Martin Withdraws Crews
The decision by Lockheed Martin, after repeated rocket attacks, highlights the Iraqi government's failure to rein in militia groups.

NYT Middle East
May 10, 2021

Hundreds Hurt in Clashes at Aqsa Mosque as Tension Rises in Jerusalem
Anger was already building in response to the looming expulsion of several Palestinian families from their homes in the city.

NYT Middle East
May 09, 2021

Israeli Court Delays Expulsion of Palestinian Families in East Jerusalem
The threat to evict six families from the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah had become a rallying cry for Palestinians.

NYT Middle East
May 09, 2021

U.S. and Iran Want to Restore the Nuclear Deal. They Disagree Deeply on What That Means.
After five weeks of diplomatic shadow boxing, it is clear that the old agreement no longer works for Tehran or Washington, except as a steppingstone.

NYT Middle East
May 08, 2021

Cleric Lifts Iraq's Faltering Vaccination Effort, but Perilous Summer Awaits
The popular cleric Moktada al-Sadr got a coronavirus vaccine, persuading many of his followers to do the same. Yet millions of Iraqis remain unconvinced.

NYT Middle East
May 07, 2021

Evictions in Jerusalem Become Focus of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The effort to evict six Arab families from a contested neighborhood has drawn attention to the Israeli effort to remove Palestinians from parts of East Jerusalem and led to protests.

NYT Middle East
May 06, 2021

Nuclear Talks With Iran Could Reach Agreement Within Weeks, U.S. Says
Significant hurdles remain. But it was an optimistic signal by the Biden administration that an American return to the accord between Iran and world powers could be within reach.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Pfizer Vaccine Is Highly Effective Against Variants, Studies Find
Two studies showed the vaccine to be more than 95 percent effective at protecting against severe disease or death from the variants first identified in South Africa and the U.K.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine is Highly Effective Against Variants, Studies Find
Two studies showed the vaccine to be more than 95 percent effective at protecting against severe disease or death from the variants first identified in South Africa and the U.K.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Who Is Yair Lapid, Israel's Would-Be Prime Minister?
Benjamin Netanyahu dismissed the former television host and centrist opposition leader as a lightweight. Now Mr. Lapid has a chance to oust him.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Israeli President Taps the Opposition Leader Lapid to Form Government
Yair Lapid has four weeks to cobble together a coalition, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed in his attempt. But the process could end in another election.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Israel Stampede: Mount Heron Is a "Place Without law"
Years of negligence preceded the stampede that killed 45 people. But patchwork religious oversight and the state's reluctance to intervene sunk efforts to bring order to the site.

NYT Middle East
May 05, 2021

Israel Had a Plan to Prevent Tragedy at Mount Meron. It Was Ignored.
Years of negligence preceded the stampede that killed 45 people. But patchwork religious oversight and the state's reluctance to intervene sunk efforts to bring order to the site.

NYT Middle East
May 04, 2021

Netanyahu Fails to Form New Israeli Government, Prolonging Deadlock
The prime minister's opponents may now get a chance to oust him from power. But it is too soon to write off Benjamin Netanyahu, a political survivor.

NYT Middle East
May 04, 2021

Israeli Officials Had a Plan to Prevent Tragedy at Mt. Meron. It Was Ignored.
Years of negligence preceded the stampede that killed 45 people. But patchwork religious oversight and the state's reluctance to intervene sunk efforts to bring order to the site.

NYT Middle East
May 03, 2021

Netanyahu Offers Rival a Year in Office, in Last-Minute Bid for Government
With a deadline fast approaching, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is still pushing to form a new coalition.

NYT Middle East
May 03, 2021

Reporter Reflects on the Original Guantánamo Detainees
With the United States preparing to withdraw forces from Afghanistan, a Times reporter who has covered the naval base in Cuba reflects on those original prisoners.

NYT Middle East
May 02, 2021

Clubhouse App Creates Space for Open Talk in Middle East
The social networking app is booming in authoritarian countries, where users are speaking freely about otherwise taboo topics.

NYT Middle East
May 01, 2021

Recriminations Grow in Israel After Stampede at Mount Meron
The deaths of 45 pilgrims at a Jewish holy site prompted a wave of national unity, but there were also growing calls for accountability.

NYT Middle East
May 01, 2021

Fierce Foes, Iran and Saudi Arabia Secretly Explore Defusing Tensions
Talks between the two regional powers, if successful, could start to lower the temperature on several conflicts across the Middle East.

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2021

Stampede at Israel Religious Celebration Kills at Least 45
An estimated 100,000 people had gathered on Mount Meron to celebrate a religious holiday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a "terrible disaster."

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2021

Stampede at Israel Religious Celebration Kills at Least 44
An estimated 100,000 people had gathered on Mount Meron to celebrate a religious holiday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a "terrible disaster."

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2021

Israel Mourns After Stampede at Religious Festival Kills 45
At least 45 people died in what witnesses described as a "human avalanche" after some slipped on a wet floor in a narrow passageway where people were pouring out of one area of the celebrations.

NYT Middle East
Apr 30, 2021

Israel Stampede at Mount Meron Kills at Least 44
An estimated 100,000 people had gathered on Mount Meron to celebrate a religious holiday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a "terrible disaster."

NYT Middle East
Apr 29, 2021

Dozens Dead in Stampede at Israel Religious Celebration
An estimated 100,000 people had gathered to celebrate the holiday of Lag b'Omer. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the episode a "terrible disaster."

NYT Middle East
Apr 29, 2021

Many Dead in Stampede at Israel Religious Celebration
An estimated 100,000 people had gathered to celebrate the feast of Lag b'Omer. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the episode a "terrible disaster."

NYT Middle East
Apr 29, 2021

Palestinian Vote Delayed, Prolonging Split for West Bank and Gaza
President Mahmoud Abbas said elections could not take place unless Israel allowed voting in East Jerusalem. But privately, he also fears a poor result for his party, officials said.

NYT Middle East
Apr 27, 2021

Second Close Call Between Iranian and American Vessels Raises Tensions
The tense encounters come as the two countries have resumed talks over renewing the 2015 nuclear agreement. The latest episode ended only after an American warship fired warning shots.

NYT Middle East
Apr 27, 2021

Rights Group Hits Israel With Explosive Charge: Apartheid
Human Rights Watch is the latest watchdog to accuse Israel of perpetuating a version of the racist legal system that once governed South Africa. Israel says the charge is baseless.

NYT Middle East
Apr 27, 2021

Biden Administration Hopes to Learn Fate of U.S. Hostage in Syria
While hopes for the return of Austin Tice have faded, the top American hostage negotiator says he believes the former journalist is still alive.

NYT Middle East
Apr 26, 2021

Iran's Foreign Minister, in Leaked Tape, Says Revolutionary Guards Set Policies
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, described a rivalry with a powerful and widely revered military leader, Qassim Suleimani.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2021

Gunfire Erupts in Mogadishu as Somalia's Political Feud Turns Violent
Tensions had been rising since the president, a former American citizen, failed to hold scheduled elections, then extended his term in office by two years.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2021

Domestic Workers in the Gulf Open Up About Labor Conditions on Tiktok
Foreign employees in wealthy households — most of them women — have been using the video-sharing app to bring abuses to light.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2021

Baghdad Hospital Fire Kills at Least 82, Many of Them Coronavirus Patients
A blast caused by an exploding oxygen cylinder swept through a hospital that lacked smoke detectors and had flammable false ceilings.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2021

Baghdad Hospital Fire Kills at Least 82, Many of Them Covid Patients
A blast caused by an exploding oxygen cylinder swept through a hospital that lacked smoke detectors and spread partly because of flammable false ceilings.

NYT Middle East
Apr 25, 2021

Baghdad Hospital Fire Kills at Least 82, Many of Them Older Covid Patients
A blast caused by an exploding oxygen cylinder swept through a hospital that lacked smoke detectors and spread partly because of flammable false ceilings, an official said.

NYT Middle East
Apr 24, 2021

Egyptology Is Having a Big Moment. But Will Tourists Come?
Tourism in Egypt has been buffeted by political instability and terrorism. But the pandemic has dealt the industry its biggest blow in years.

NYT Middle East
Apr 23, 2021

Israelis and Palestinians Clash Around Jerusalem's Old City
The violence broke out as an extremist Jewish supremacy group marched in the city, chanting "Death to Arabs."

NYT Middle East
Apr 22, 2021

Jordan Releases 16 Accused in Alleged Plot, Soothing Royal Rift
Jordanian officials had arrested 18 people earlier in April, accusing them of aiding a former crown prince to foment unrest. All but two were released Thursday.

NYT Middle East
Apr 21, 2021

U.N. Presses Dubai on Fate of Princess Latifa
A United Nations panel is demanding that Dubai produce "evidence of life" for Sheikha Latifa, two months after the princess said in dramatic video footage that she was being held prisoner.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2021

Is Sheikha Latifa, Dubai Princess Unseen in Public, Still Alive?
A United Nations panel is demanding that Dubai produce "evidence of life" for Sheikha Latifa, two months after the princess said in dramatic video footage that she was being held prisoner.

NYT Middle East
Apr 20, 2021

Iran Rattled as Israel Repeatedly Strikes Key Targets
Recent attacks suggest that Israel has a clandestine network inside Iran and that Iranian security services have been powerless to break it.

NYT Middle East
Apr 19, 2021

Fleeing a Modern War, Syrians Seek Refuge in Ancient Ruins
So many people have fled to Syria's crowded northwest that families have settled in important archaeological sites. "We, too, have become ruins."

NYT Middle East
Apr 18, 2021

Train Crash in Egypt Kills at Least 11
In a country known for poorly maintained equipment and mismanagement, a deadly accident north of Cairo adds to the trauma.

NYT Middle East
Apr 16, 2021

Iran's Push to Enrich Uranium Amid Nuclear Talks: What to Know
A highly purified form of uranium is needed to make an atomic bomb, but the main point of Tehran's action may be to give it leverage in nuclear talks.

NYT Middle East
Apr 15, 2021

Iran Talks Resume, Gingerly, After Attack on Nuclear Site
Another round of Vienna talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear accord is considered to be positive despite an apparent Israeli attack on Iran's Natanz nuclear facility.

NYT Middle East
Apr 15, 2021

How the U.S. Plans to Fight From Afar After Troops Exit Afghanistan
Drones, long-range bombers and spy networks will be used in an effort to prevent Afghanistan from re-emerging as a terrorist base to threaten the United States.

NYT Middle East
Apr 15, 2021

U.S. and Allies Plan Fight From Afar Against Al Qaeda Once Troops Exit Afghanistan
Drones, long-range bombers and spy networks will be used in an effort to prevent Afghanistan from re-emerging as a terrorist base to threaten the United States.

NYT Middle East
Apr 15, 2021

Iran's Top Leader Signals That Nuclear Talks Will Resume Despite Natanz Sabotage
The declaration by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appeared to put to rest any speculation that Iran would boycott or quit the Vienna talks aimed at saving the nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

U.S. Is Expected to Approve Some Arms Sales to U.A.E. and Saudis
The Biden administration is close to completing a review of Trump-era weapons sales to the two Gulf Arab states. Democrats in Congress oppose the deals.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

Iran's Top Leader Signals Nuclear Talks to Resume Despite Natanz Sabotage
The declaration by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appeared to put to rest any speculation that Iran would boycott or quit the Vienna talks aimed at saving the nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

The Israel Prize Is Meant to Unify. More Often, It's Mired in Controversy.
This year's rumpus involves a scientist who opposes the occupation of the West Bank.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

Somalia's President Extends Term by Two Years, Drawing Condemnation
His four-year term expired, President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed signed a contentious law that critics fear could plunge the fragile country into renewed, possibly violent, turmoil.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

Denmark Strips Some Syrians of Residency Status
The country is the first E.U. nation to make such a move. Many Syrians say that returning to their native country isn't an option, and rights groups warn that the policy will tear some families apart.

NYT Middle East
Apr 14, 2021

They ‘Bombed My Dream': Denmark Strips Some Syrians of Residency Status
The country is the first E.U. nation to make such a move. Many Syrians say that returning to their native country isn't an option, and rights groups warn that the policy will tear some families apart.

NYT Middle East
Apr 13, 2021

Will Afghanistan Become a Terrorism Safe Haven Once Again?
Not likely, at least in the short term, intelligence officials assess. But stopping terrorism groups over the long term could be more difficult.

NYT Middle East
Apr 13, 2021

With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges
The president's choice to set a firm date for a full withdrawal reflected a belief that the priorities of 2021 require moving on from policies set in 2001.

NYT Middle East
Apr 13, 2021

A Ramadan Closer to Normal for 2021
Compared with last year, when mosques around the world were closed because of the coronavirus, this Holy Month has limits, but friends and family, too.

NYT Middle East
Apr 13, 2021

Iran Vows to Increase Uranium Enrichment After Attack on Nuclear Site
Iran also attacked an Israeli cargo ship at sea, raising tensions but causing little or no damage.

NYT Middle East
Apr 12, 2021

After Nuclear Site Blackout, Thunder From Iran, and Silence From U.S.
The Americans and Israelis have worked together in the past to impede Iran's nuclear ambitions, but the U.S. denies that was the case in the latest sabotage.

NYT Middle East
Apr 12, 2021

Blaming Israel, Iran Vows Revenge for Blackout at Nuclear Site
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, threatened retribution for what he said was an attack at a uranium enrichment plant over the weekend.

NYT Middle East
Apr 12, 2021

Iran Vows Revenge for Alleged Israeli Attack on Nuclear Site
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, threatened Israel after a blackout at a uranium enrichment plant over the weekend.

NYT Middle East
Apr 12, 2021

In Iraq, Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes
Once vengefully drained by Saddam Hussein, the wetlands in southeastern Iraq have since been partially restored. Now the region and its isolated settlements face a new set of challenges.

NYT Middle East
Apr 12, 2021

Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes
Once vengefully drained by Saddam Hussein, the wetlands in southeastern Iraq have since been partially restored. Now the region and its isolated settlements face a new set of challenges.

NYT Middle East
Apr 11, 2021

Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage
The power failure was described by Iran as "nuclear terrorism" as talks were underway in Vienna to restore the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 11, 2021

A Clash of Wills Keeps a Leonardo Masterpiece Hidden
The Louvre inspected the "Salvator Mundi" and certified it as the work of Leonardo da Vinci. But it kept those findings secret after a squabble with the painting's owners.

NYT Middle East
Apr 11, 2021

Blackout Strikes Natanz Nuclear Facility, and Iran Calls It Sabotage
The power failure comes at a delicate time, with talks underway in Vienna to restore the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 11, 2021

Blackout Strikes Natanz Nuclear Facility and Iran Calls It Sabotage
The power failure comes at a delicate time, with talks underway in Vienna to restore the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 11, 2021

Blackout Strikes Natanz Nuclear Facility in Iran
The power outage comes at a delicate time, with talks underway in Vienna to restore the 2015 nuclear deal.

NYT Middle East
Apr 10, 2021

Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan's President, Has Little Sway Over Its Future
Ashraf Ghani has few remaining allies, the Taliban are gaining militarily, and his international supporters are impatient with him and the stumbling peace process.

NYT Middle East
Apr 10, 2021

Royal Rivalry Bares Social Tensions Behind Jordan's Stable Veneer
The standoff between King Abdullah II and his half brother, Prince Hamzah, wasn't just palace intrigue. It hinted at Saudi meddling and highlighted wider tensions within Jordan's complex society.

NYT Middle East
Apr 09, 2021

Archaeologists in Egypt Find Ancient City More Than 3,000 Years Old
The newly discovered city was built more than 3,400 years ago during the opulent reign of Amenhotep III, one of Egypt's most powerful pharaohs.

NYT Middle East
Apr 09, 2021

Iran Releases South Korean Oil Tanker
The vessel was seized in January. Iran said the ship had been polluting its waters, but the move was seen as an effort to force South Korea to unlock billions in funds caught up in U.S. sanctions.

NYT Middle East
Apr 09, 2021

In Haifa, Israel, Wild Boars Encroach on Human Turf
Groups of boars have become an unavoidable presence in Haifa. Some human residents are charmed, but others are annoyed or frightened and now carry sticks on walks.

NYT Middle East
Apr 08, 2021

Archaeologists Unearth ‘Ancient Egyptian Pompeii'
The newly discovered city was built more than 3,400 years ago during the opulent reign of Amenhotep III, one of Egypt's most powerful pharaohs.

NYT Middle East
Apr 08, 2021

As Locusts Swarmed East Africa, This Tech Helped Squash Them
A hastily formed crowdsourcing operation to contain the insects in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia could help manage climate-related disasters everywhere.

NYT Middle East
Apr 07, 2021

Reversing Trump, Biden Restores Aid to Palestinians
The move will once again make the United States a leading donor to the United Nations agency that assists about 5.7 million Palestinians in the Middle East.

NYT Middle East
Apr 07, 2021

Breaking Silence, Jordan's King Says Royal Family Rift Is Over
The government has accused King Abdullah II's half brother, Prince Hamzah, of undermining national security, and arrested several of his associates.

NYT Middle East
Apr 07, 2021

Jordan's King Says Royal Family Rift Is Over
The government has accused King Abdullah II's half brother, Prince Hamzah, of undermining national security, and arrested several of his associates.

NYT Middle East
Apr 07, 2021

Nemam Ghafouri, Doctor Who Aided Yazidis in Iraq, Dies at 52
Dr. Ghafouri helped survivors of an ISIS genocide and reunited formerly enslaved women with children taken from them. She died of Covid-19.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

Israel-Iran Sea Skirmishes Escalate as Mine Damages Iranian Military Ship
The explosion came the same day as progress was reported in talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal, which Israel opposes.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

Democrats Push Biden to Take Harder Line on Saudi Arabia
Lawmakers have continued to press for harsher action and a wholesale rethinking of the American stance toward the kingdom.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal
In indirect talks in Vienna, the U.S. and Iran agreed to try to synchronize Washington's lifting of sanctions and Iran's limiting of uranium enrichment.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

Syrian Refugees in Rebel Controlled Idlib Are Stuck in Limbo
Millions of people displaced during Syria's 10-year war are impoverished, insecure and crowded into an area of the country's northwest controlled by a rebel group once linked to Al Qaeda.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

Netanyahu Gets First Crack at Forming a New Government in Israel
After a fourth inconclusive election in two years, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now has a possible path to stay in office even as he stands trial on corruption charges.

NYT Middle East
Apr 06, 2021

In a Syrian Rebel Bastion, Millions Are Trapped in Murky, Violent Limbo
Millions of people displaced during Syria's 10-year war are impoverished, insecure and crowded into an area of the country's northwest controlled by a rebel group once linked to Al Qaeda.

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