Category: Middle East

Pregnant in Gaza With Nowhere to Go

As war killed all hope around her, Nevin Muhaisen fought to bring a new life into the world.

Rough Seas Set Back U.S.-Made Gaza Pier Yet Again

The U.S. military said it would temporarily move a pier designed for aid deliveries to Gaza a week after announcing it had been re...

Blinken Calls Hamas Changes to Gaza Cease-Fire Pro...

While the U.S. secretary of state kept up the pressure for a halt to the hostilities in Gaza, Israel and Hamas still appeared to b...

Hezbollah Says Commander Was Killed in an Israeli ...

The killing of the commander, Taleb Abdallah, came as fighting on the Israel-Lebanon border has escalated.

Hamas and Israel Face Pressure to Embrace Cease-Fi...

Despite positive statements and international urging, neither of the warring parties accepted a U.S.-backed plan to halt the war i...

After the hostage rescue, the U.N. says actions by...

Israel’s Parliament revived legislation that would allow ultra-Orthodox men to be drafted into the military

Migrants Seeking Safety in Cyprus Are Stuck in U.N...

Nearly 30 people who hoped to seek refuge in the European Union nation are in limbo after trying to cross from the Turkish-occupie...

Palestinians in the West Bank Are Living in the Sh...

Since the Hamas-led attacks on Oct. 7, Israel has tightened its grip on the occupied West Bank. Two Palestinians describe how they...

Israel’s Parliament Revives Bill on Drafting Ultra...

The vote was aimed at keeping the divisive issue in the hands of legislators instead of judges, who have repeatedly determined tha...

U.N. Passes Gaza Cease-Fire Resolution as Blinken ...

The Security Council endorsed a U.S.-backed plan, while Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken visited the Middle East to lobby for ...

Israel’s Euphoria Over Hostage Rescue May Be Fleet...

The operation conducted by Israel’s military to free four hostages resulted in a high death toll among Palestinians and has not re...