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Tuesday

The prime minister of the Palestinian Authority resigned yesterday. What comes next

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Thursday

Yemen's reaction to the Houthi attacks on ships that have drawn U.S. strikes

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Thursday

North Korea is ramping up missile tests as Kim Jung Un weighs war with South Korea

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Friday

Israeli army troops drive through a dirt road along the border with Gaza in southern Israel on January 25. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Friendly fire and accidents have killed a lot of Israeli soldiers in Gaza. Here's why

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Wednesday

Why a high number of Israeli soldiers in Gaza have died by friendly fire or accidents

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Thursday

In 'The Fury' Alex Michaelides wants to turn the murder mystery genre on its head

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Maine's mass shooting has renewed calls for stricter gun laws

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Wednesday

How can the U.S. contain the growing conflict in the Middle East?

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Friday

Thursday

What the war in Gaza means politically for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu

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Tuesday

An Israeli man remembers his Gazan friend

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Monday

U.S. officials warn Israel to protect Palestinian civilians, but Biden says little

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How U.S. alignment with Israel in Gaza could be undermining American interests

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Tuesday

Susan Glasser on whether Biden will maintain his support for Israel

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Wednesday

Palestinians attend a rally in support of Hamas and the Gaza Strip in the West Bank city of Nablus on Monday. Majdi Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Why Hamas and Israel reached this moment now — and what comes next

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Tuesday

How Israel and Hamas reached this point — and what comes next

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Thursday

A farmer mediates the exchange of soldiers' remains between warring sides in Yemen

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Laila Aseel, 24, holds her 1-year-old daughter, Aram. Aseel came to the hospital from an internally displaced persons camp, where she was living with her husband and four children after fleeing fighting in the north. She says she is unable to feed her kids more than one meal a day; when she arrived at the hospital, her daughter was near death from malnutrition. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Monday

The honey industry in Yemen is feeling the impacts of war and climate change

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Sunday

Yemen's famous honey provides a sense of place and pride to residents

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Monday

Hunger and food shortages remain a severe problem for millions in Yemen

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Friday

Shaimaa Ali Ahmed, 12, lost her leg at age 6 after happening upon an unexploded rocket. Yemeni children like her bear an outsized burden from the civil war, where land mines and ordnance litter the landscape. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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She's 12. A rocket took her leg. She defines the pain and resilience of Yemen

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Tuesday

Mere miles apart, a family in one city have been separated for years due to Yemen war

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Monday

After the death of his family, one man's search for justice in Yemen's civil war

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