Middle East

Though quieter in the United States than a year ago, this month has seen a dramatic spasm of protest in other parts of the world.

A rash of dramatic fires has forced the evacuation of villages, towns and popular tourist areas.

The move kick-starts a third-dose inoculation campaign for adults over 60 that will launch on Sunday.

Since he took office, President Biden has repeatedly signaled that his administration would stand up for democracy and human rights. Almost immediately, though, there were reasons to be skeptical.

The doctor had been practicing medicine in Germany since arriving in 2015.

The report renews scrutiny on this May’s deadly exchange of Israeli missiles and Hamas rockets in which over 250 Palestinians in Gaza, among them 67 children, and 13 residents of Israel, including two children, died.

Crowds opposing and supporting Kais Saied’s move clashed outside the shuttered parliament.

Mikati is the third nominee in less than a year to seek to form a government to rescue the country from collapse.

  • Nader Durgham
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The move, hailed by the president’s supporters, represents a major challenge to the Arab Spring’s only lasting democracy.

Swimmer Ahmed Hafnaoui’s remarkable gold medal win on Sunday ignited immense pride at home.

The country's meltdown over the American ice cream company's decision not to sell its products in the occupied Palestinian territories diverted the focus from a sprawling investigation into the uses and misuses of Israeli-designed spyware.

French troops arrested Slimane Asselah in 1957. He was among thousands who disappeared during the war for independence.

Electricity cuts are taking the greatest toll on businesses, hospitals and the poor in Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.

Trump ally worked to advance the goals of the United Arab Emirates, prosecutors say.

In the days before commandos dragged Princess Latifa from her getaway yacht in the Indian Ocean, her number was added to a list that included targets of a powerful spyware, a new investigation shows.

At least two people have been killed in the protests in oil-rich Khuzestan province, which lies along the border with Iraq.

A new book examines how the period between 1490 and 1530 marks perhaps the most pivotal turning point in history.

His image of a bearded man wearing a turban with a fuse-lit bomb that a newspaper labeled as the Muslim prophet provoked a free-speech debate and sparked extremist attacks, including a massacre at a French magazine that republished the image.

  • Phil Davison
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After years of deadlock and dithering by the international community over its fate, the besieged enclave of Idlib is being transformed.

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