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What Happened to Jamal Khashoggi? Conflicting Reports Deepen a Mystery

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– The Saudi journalist has not been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Tuesday afternoon. Friends fear he has been...

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The Long Journey of the Aleppo Pepper

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– The signature Syrian spice, caught up in conflict, became scarce in the United States just as its popularity boomed. But importers and vendors...

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Palestinian Kills 2 Israelis in West Bank Attack

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– The Israeli authorities were hunting for a man who shot two co-workers in an industrial park considered an oasis of coexistence. They described...

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Jamal Khashoggi Disappears, a Mystery Rattling the Middle East

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– A Saudi dissident has not been seen since he entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Tuesday. Turkey says he was killed there....

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Our Hands Can Reach You: Khashoggi Case Shakes Saudi Dissidents Abroad

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– Saudi Arabia has increasingly reached across borders to keep dissidents in line. But if the critic Jamal Khashoggi has been killed, it would...

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Iraqs New Leaders Seen as Technocrats, in a Break From Sectarian Politics

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– The new president and prime minister were consensus candidates chosen for their competence and ability to get along. The new leadership appeared to...

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As Tensions Rise With Israel, Hamas Chief Calls for Cease-Fire in Gaza

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– In a rare interview with an Israeli newspaper, the Hamas leader in Gaza, Yehya Sinwar, sent a message to Israelis that war was...

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U.S. Withdraws From 1955 Treaty Normalizing Relations With Iran

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– The largely symbolic move comes after the International Court of Justice ordered the United States to ease some sanctions on Iran. The largely...

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Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Journalist, Detained in Consulate in Istanbul

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– Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent journalist and critic of Saudi leaders, entered the consulate Tuesday and has not emerged since. Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Journalist,...

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Tainted Bootleg Alcohol Kills Dozens and Poisons Hundreds in Iran

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– More than a dozen were blinded and hundreds hospitalized across the country, which has recently begun trying to combat drinking problems. Tainted Bootleg...

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International Court Orders U.S. to Ease Some Iran Sanctions

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– The International Court of Justice said in a nonenforceable ruling that Washington should lessen restrictions that affect humanitarian aid and civilian aviation safety....

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Iran Fires a Ballistic Missile at ISIS in Syria, Avenging an Earlier Attack

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– Iran fired several missiles across neighboring Iraq at the last remaining ISIS stronghold, in an area where the American military is active. Iran...

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