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  1. Lebanon: Two Fatah members killed in mounting clashes in refugee camp

    08.23 / 13:57 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The latest clash with Islamist groups brings the death toll from nearly a week of fighting to…
  2. The hipster's guide to East Jerusalem: Hidden cafes, chic galleries and a small yet strong artist community

    08.23 / 12:57 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    A visit to the Palestinian side reveals a world few know – and provides plenty of room for o…
  3. Saudi-led coalition airstrike kills up to 60 in Yemen hotel

    08.23 / 12:57 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The Saudi-led coalition has been waging an extensive air campaign against the Houthis and forces loyal to ousted Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh since March…
  4. At Trump's request, Nikki Haley to examine Iran's compliance with nuclear deal

    08.23 / 12:57 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    U.S. ambassador to the UN says she is asking international atomic agency questions, not pushing it to do…
  5. Israel seizes mobile classrooms in Palestinian village day before start of school year

    08.23 / 11:52 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Trailers were carted off the night before classes were scheduled to start. Civil Administration says they had been put up without the necessary…
  6. Iran's mounting involvement in Syria threat to entire world, Netanyahu tells Putin

    08.23 / 10:54 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Netanyahu tells Putin that Iran is entering the void left in Syria by the retreating…
  7. Revealed: Nearly 3,500 settlement homes built on private Palestinian land

    08.23 / 06:13 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    These illegal structures could be legalized under Israel's contentious 'land-grab' law, whose validity is now being determined by the High Court of…
  8. PA sanctions crush public jobs, compound electricity woes in Gaza

    08.23 / 00:04 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Electricity shortages in the Strip continue as thousands of public school teachers, health care workers and other public servants are thrown into job…
  9. Teenage boy detained in Saudi Arabia for dancing 'Macarena' in the street

    08.22 / 19:58 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The teen, whose nationality was not revealed, was filmed dancing to the hit song in front of cars stopped at a…
  10. Lebanon has nearly expelled ISIS from Syrian border area, army says

    08.22 / 19:58 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Area is 80 percent clear days after Lebanese army started offensive; Hezbollah and Syrian army launched simultaneous operation from Syrian…
  11. Violence against women takes center stage in Morocco after bus attack sparks outrage

    08.22 / 16:00 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The video of a young woman being sexually assaulted by a group of boys on a public bus shared on social media sparks bitter public debate about violence against…
  12. New British drama seen as glorifying ISIS stirs up controversy

    08.22 / 14:56 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    'The State,' a British Channel 4 mini-drama airing this week, depicts young people who travel to Syria to enlist join the Islamic…