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  1. 120 Egyptian schoolchildren taken to hospital in mass food poisoning

    03.22 / 20:48 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Second such incident this month prompts food safety questions about government food programs in Egypt's rural…
  2. Iranian navy 'harassing' U.S. warships in Strait of Hormuz, say U.S. officers

    03.22 / 18:15 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The naval commanders warned that a future incident could lead to an armed…
  3. At anti-ISIS meet, Tillerson rallies against 'warped interpretation of Islam'

    03.22 / 17:04 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    U.S. hosts first international coalition meeting, presses the need for 'counter message" across the Muslim world in parallel to military…
  4. The Enemy Just Blinked: Why Hamas's New Charter is a Big Deal

    03.22 / 17:04 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The revisions to Hamas’ infamously anti-Semitic and pro-violence founding document is unprecedented evidence that even an extremist organization is capable of c…
  5. U.S. forces air-dropped into Syria to help campaign against ISIS

    03.22 / 14:43 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Joining Syrian soldiers, forces from U.S. coalition cut main highway linking Raqqa, Deir al-Zor and…
  6. Russian losses in Syria since January three times higher than official toll, evidence shows

    03.22 / 13:35 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Eighteen Russian citizens fighting alongside Moscow's allies, the Syrian government forces, have been killed since Jan. 29 - a period that coincided with intense fighting to recapture the city of Palmyra from…
  7. Europeans 'won't walk safely' if current attitude persists, Erdogan warns

    03.22 / 11:19 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Turkey has been embroiled in a row with Germany and the Netherlands over the barring of campaign appearances by Turkish officials seeking to drum up support for an April referendum on boosting Erdogan's…
  8. Australia: No evidence aid group employee transferred government funds to Hamas

    03.22 / 11:19 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Christian civilian aid group World Vision employee was indicted by Israel last year for allegedly diverting aid money to buy weapons and build…
  9. Israel-Syria clash: IDF works to drive Iran away from border - even at risk of angering Russia

    03.22 / 10:13 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The question Israeli leaders must ask themselves: When will Israeli tactical successes in Syria turn into a strategic…
  10. Palestinian killed, two wounded by Israeli fire, Gazan official says

    03.22 / 01:31 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Man who was killed identified as Yusuf Shaban Abu Adra, 18; two other casualties in serious and moderate…
  11. Threat of explosives in electronic devices behind U.S. flight ban, official says

    03.21 / 20:59 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    Terrorists are increasingly trying to find ways to hide explosives in electronic devices, U.S. official tells Buzzfeed, adding that no specific, imminent threat was…
  12. Even at the risk of angering Russia, Israel working to keep Iran away from its border

    03.21 / 20:59 haaretz.com Haaretz.com - Middle Easte
    The question Israeli leaders must ask themselves: When will Israeli tactical successes in Syria turn into a strategic…