Taiwan Government Donates 100,000 Surgical Masks to Magen David Adom

Anne Ayalon acknowledged on behalf of Magen David Adom the warm connection and the generous donation.

Daniel Pearl’s Parents Appeal Pakistani Court’s Overturning his Killers’ Convictions

According to the Pakistani press, Sindh prosecutors filed an appeal to the Supreme Court against the Sindh High Court decision on April 22, and on April 28, and asked for an early hearing.

Now You See Him: North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Returns to Public Life

State media showed Kim cutting a ribbon outside the factory, with his sister Kim Yo Jong together with several senior North Korean officials.

Report: China Sends Doctors to Consult on Kim’s Health in North Korea

US President Donald Trump negated rumors that Kim was in a “vegetative state,” or even that he was gravely ill.

Israeli Imprisoned in Thailand to Serve Remainder of Sentence in Israel

Nati Hadad was arrested in 2017 and sentenced a year after for running an illegal medical clinic and a firearms offense.

Japanese Firm Starts Testing Coronavirus DNA Vaccine on Animals

AnGes noted that unlike attenuated vaccines, created by reducing the virulence of a pathogen, but still keeping it viable (or "alive"), DNA vaccines are safe, as they have no pathogenicity.

Japanese Company Developing COVID-19 Treatment Using Recovered Patients’ Plasma

TAK-888 is a drug harvested from the blood plasma of recovered COVID-19 patients, to collect the antibodies.

Israeli Woman Wins Tokyo Marathon

The race was limited to only a few hundred top runners, with more than 30,000 amateur runners asked not to attend, because of the coronavirus outbreak in Japan.

After 17 Years of Needless War, Trump Signs Peace Deal with Taliban

Secretary Pompeo believes peace with Taliban will succeed if they cooperate with the Afghan government.

Israeli Diplomats Quarantined in Japan

The diplomats are quarantined to make sure they did not become infected with coronavirus while rescuing Israeli citizens.

Israel Deports Over 1,500 South Koreans Over Coronavirus Scare

Netanyahu announced that Australia and Italy would be added to the list of countries with entry restrictions, joining Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, and China.

Second Israeli Has Coronavirus After Returning from Cruise Ship in Japan

Four Israelis are being treated for the coronavirus in Japan under the strict supervision of an Israeli infectious diseases expert.

South Korea Protests Israeli Ban on Its Citizens, Issues Own Emergency Bans

Also: Japanese officials on Saturday admitted that 23 of the Diamond Princess passengers had been cleared to leave by mistake.

90 Israeli Students Quarantined After Contact with 9 Coronavirus-Infected Korean Pilgrims

"The report that there was a group of people here, some of whom are most likely infected and possibly carrying the virus, in the second week of February, is very worrisome."

11 Israelis Leave Coronavirus Cruise Ship, Due to Arrive Home Friday AM

When they disembark they will be transported directly to Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer in Ramat Gan, according to Magen David Adom.

Jordan, Somalia, Pakistan Declare National Emergency Over Locust Swarms

"Ethiopian farmers have lost their entire crop to the voracious insects."

El Al Suspends Flights to Thailand Over Coronavirus

Likewise, the Thai Embassy in Israel has also instructed its own citizens to refrain from traveling to Israel as well.

Plane on Way to Retrieve Israelis on Corona Ship in Japan

Despite several scares, Israel itself has yet to contend with a patient suffering from COVID-19, as coronavirus is officially named.

3 Israelis On-Board Diamond Princess Contracted the Coronavirus

Apparently, Toshimitsu Motegi does pick up the phone when the person on the other end is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Japan Refuses to Release Israelis Quarantined on Coronavirus Infected Cruise Ship

Israel’s embassy in Japan has been working to ensure that the Israelis receive needed medications and kosher food.

Report: Israeli Woman on Cruise Ship Suffering from Fever, ‘Flu Symptoms’

Japanese officials declined to give a precise total number of passengers who are sick, saying they are still checking and confirming diagnoses.

Israelis Quarantined on Ship Off Japanese Coast after Coronavirus Discovered On Board

Israel's Foreign Ministry stressed that at this stage, Israelis are not among those suspected of having the virus.

Thai Doctors Successfully Treat Coronavirus with Antiviral Drug Cocktail

The cocktail included oseltamivir – an anti-flu medication – together with lopinavir and ritonavir, both anti-viral drugs used to treat HIV.

Israeli Ambassador to Philippines: Grateful for 1,300 European Jews Saved

“It was the time when most leaders of the world preferred to shut their eyes and doors towards the Jews."

Philippine Missions Commemorate Country’s Rescue of Jewish Refugees

The event in Israel commemorating Quezon's "Open Doors Policy" for Jews takes place on Thursday, January 27, at the Philippines embassy, 18 Bnei Dan Street, Tel Aviv, at 6 PM.

Albania’s President Awards IDF Rescue Unit During Visit for World Holocaust Forum

President Meta visited the IDF's base at Ramla while he was in Israel for the Fifth World Holocaust Forum last week.

Israel Says ‘No Way’ to Malaysian Consuls Passing Through the Country to Ramallah, Gaza

The decision is in response to the Muslim country’s vicious anti-Israel stances and actions.

AI Robots for Hire in Israel

“Our robot employment agency is a game-changer,” said Ran Poliakine, founder of SixAI. “It will provide capacity in markets that struggle with labor availability either through the difficulty of the work itself or the cost pressures they face.”


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