Middle East



The White House has embarked on a "recalibration" of ties with Saudi Arabia. But some critics and allies say that's not enough.

A flurry of studies confirms the effectiveness and safety of mass inoculation.

The oil slick, believed to have occurred earlier in February, has caused the death of at least one fin whale and six baby sea turtles

Libyans ousted a dictator, but an ensuing civil war has drawn in Russia, Turkey and others with a thirst for control.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Friday that the U.S. will not impose any direct punishment on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The Trump administration designated the IRGC as terrorists. Its ranks are filled with military conscripts.

Ahmed Abdullah al-Harbi resurfaced in Saudi Arabia after telling other activists he’d revealed their names to Saudi authorities.

A U.S. intelligence report made public Friday implicates Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the 2018 killing of the Washington Post contributing columnist.

A court in Koblenz on Wednesday sentenced the former officer to four-and-a-half years in prison.

Among the recipients of the “symbolic” donations were doctors and nurses in the West Bank.

He led the kingdom through the 1973 oil crisis and the nationalization of its state energy company.

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The head of the country’s vaccine committee and the World Bank said the vaccination of lawmakers on Tuesday was in breach of the World Bank-supported national plan.

There’s no clear timeline, but a pathway toward a diplomatic entente has now opened.

A suspected offshore oil tanker leak has shuttered Israel’s more than 100-mile coastline and caused an ecological disaster that could require years of cleanup.

A vote by Iran’s parliament Monday condemning the agreement highlighted domestic resistance to the nuclear deal in Tehran and Washington.

Families of 16 killed or wounded say President Donald Trump and Riyadh reneged on a vow to compensate victims of longtime al-Qaeda operative and Saudi air force officer Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani.

Marib province is the last government stronghold in the north with lucrative oil and gas reserves. It’s also a safe haven for nearly a million Yemenis fleeing war.

The judge running the probe was fired after he brought charges against senior politicians for negligence.

In a region associated with desert stretches and warm winters, the blanket of white creates a silencing charm.

A first attempt at delivery was stopped Monday as some Israelis called for a vaccine-for-hostages swap.

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