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US troops, facing hostile new Iraq government, race against the clock.
Essay: In footsteps of Alexander the Great, a visit to oracle that once inspired world domination.
As turbulent election season gets underway, Egyptians in the Nile Delta prefer status quo.
With border security tight, Gaza's Shifa Hospital lacks supplies to treat its patients.
Many Gazans are beginning to blame Hamas, rather than Israel, for their economic problems.
Hamas, seeking to portray Gaza as undeveloped, stifles green projects.
Violence escalates in Gaza, as tensions heighten between Israel and Hamas.
In a time of political tumult, opposition's fledgling campaign draws fire.
Enthusiasm in Palestinian territories as rejection of Israeli goods gains momentum.
Madonna's embrace of Jewish mysticism has transformed Israel's bohemian hub.
Rocket displays, a suicide bomber tribute ... one wonders what the gift shop will offer.
A new play goes where few dare, criticizing Syria's president and his men.
All the cool kids are wearing them, now the keffiyeh enters the Guinness World Record book.
The elite Syrian National Symphony Orchestra finds a novel way to build an audience.
Antakya showcases a melding of cultures, but its embrace of Arabic is contentious.
Beginning a 2,000-mile journey along the route of a king and conqueror who redrew the maps of the ancient world.
A World Cup qualifying match between Egypt and Algeria brought out the worst in Egyptians, starting at the top.
Egypt's extreme attempts to prevent a swine flu outbreak lead to accusations of ulterior motives.
For Shalom Cohen, being Israeli ambassador to Egypt is not a popularity contest.
Egyptians hold three of the top-four spots on the men’s professional squash circuit. Who knew?