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Jeremy Francis John Bowen is a Welsh journalist and television presenter. He was the BBC's Middle East correspondent based in Jerusalem between 1995 and 2000, and has been its Middle East Editor since 2005.
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Somehow, things are getting even worse in SyriaSyria's economy is spiralling rapidly downward and its people are going hungry, writes Jeremy Bowen.
Coronavirus stokes Middle East boiling pointsTensions on the streets were already high - now the disease has fuelled them, says Jeremy Bowen.
Why Trump's Middle East plan is so divisiveThe BBC's Jeremy Bowen explains why the proposal has been lauded by the Israelis, but shunned by the Palestinians.
US killing of Qasem Soleimani is good news for IS jihadistsThe assassination of the Iranian general has set off a chain of consequences, says Jeremy Bowen.
ANALYSIS: Iran's options for responseThe BBC's Jeremy Bowen on what Iran could do in reply to the killing of its top commander.
What's behind the wave of Middle East protests?The BBC's Jeremy Bowen asks why people have been taking to the streets in Lebanon, Iran and Iraq.
Is a new Arab Spring unfolding in the Middle East?Seething anger on the streets of Arab countries has the air of revolution, says Jeremy Bowen.
Trump's pullback of US troops reshapes Syrian warThe Americans' departure is a victory for Syria, Russia and Iran, writes the BBC's Jeremy Bowen.
Israel election a referendum on NetanyahuThe BBC's Jeremy Bowen looks at the election campaign of Israel's longest-serving prime minister.