Ruth Sherlock International Correspondent, covering the Middle East
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Ruth Sherlock

Ruth Sherlock

International Correspondent, covering the Middle East

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COVID-19 Outbreak Overwhelms Yemeni City Of Aden

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People walk and exercise at a promenade along the Mediterranean Sea during the coronavirus pandemic in Beirut on May 3. The Lebanese government has decided to reimpose restrictions after a rise in cases. Hassan Ammar/AP hide caption

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An employee of a Syrian pharmaceutical factory works on the production line of the hydroxychloroquine drug on April 28, in the government-controlled city of Homs. Louai Beshara/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Qatar charity workers prepare food parcels for migrant laborers living under quarantine on April 16 amid the coronavirus pandemic in Doha. A restaurant better known for fine dining has lent its facilities to Qatar Charity to feed migrant workers, of whom tens of thousands are strictly confined to an area of Doha's southern industrial area. Karim Jaafar/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Environmental Activists Say Lebanon's Government Has Failed To Regulate Polluters

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Advocates Try To Raise Environmental Awareness In Lebanon

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Questions Remain Over What Will Happen To ISIS Members, Families In Detention Centers

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Syrian Opposition Fighters Withdraw From Stronghold In Idlib Province

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Syrian Government On The Verge Of Taking Back Important Town From Rebels In Civil War

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A Mother's Journey To Get Her Daughter And Grandson Back From ISIS

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In This Omani Village, Locals Say Supernatural Creatures Are Behind Strange Events

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