Report: North Korea Moving ICBM to Its West Coast

The 15-member United Nations Security Council’s emergency meeting on Monday failed to take action against North Korea for its hydrogen bomb test on Sunday, as both China and Russia refused to cooperate with the Western members.

WWII-Era Jewish Café Reopens in Shanghai

The café opened in 1939 and was closed n 1949.

MDA Sends Anti Contagion Protection Equipment to Chabad Houses in China

The protective kits, which include special suits, masks, glasses, shoes and hats, aim to prevent infection in the event of contact with a sick person.

China Buys Israeli Smart Irrigation Tech Company for $20 Million

China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group announced last week that it had bought the Israeli company AutoAgronome Israel Ltd for $20 million in order to expand its business to high-tech agriculture.

Wine from Samaria Finds New Market in China

After two years of hard work and negotiations, the Psagot wine factory shipped their first container to China a few days ago.

Iran Issues New Demands on the Nuclear Deal (It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over…)

Iran is demanding new concessions on the nuclear deal that everyone thought was all sealed up. Surprise!

Iranian Oil Production Rises in July

Iranian crude oil production rose in July to its highest level in two years.

Lapid Appoints Left-Wing Arab MK as Israel’s Consulate General in Shanghai

Rinawie Zoabi is a member of the left-wing Meretz party and is considered a political headache for the coalition.

Kerry Travels to Vienna for Final (?) Nuclear Talks with Iran

US Secy of State John Kerry travels to Vienna on Friday for "final" nuclear talks with Iran.

Chinese Companies Invest in Israel

Chinese firms are snapping up promising Israeli companies as they go on sale.

First Time: Iran, China Begin Joint Naval Drills

For the first time ever, Iran and China have begun joint naval drills focusing on "relief and rescue operations" in the Persian Gulf.

Tel Aviv’s Handshake With China, Doing Business with Iran

Tel Aviv has closed a deal to build its Light Rail with a Chinese firm that is doing business with Iran.

El Al Suspends Beijing Flights as Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 170

Coronavirus cases recorded in Taiwan, Germany, Vietnam and Japan involved patients who had not been to China.

Countdown Begins on Final US Decision to ‘Fix or Nix’ Iran Deal

After Trump signed the waiver Friday, Iran deal critics in both the Senate and the House called for language that applies to all missiles.

Netanyahu, 5 Ministers Set to Travel to China for State Visit

A series of economic agreements are to be signed during the visit that will boost Israeli industry.

Russian Deputy FM: Korean Apocalypse Could Happen

"I hope that a common sense, pragmatism and an instinct for self-preservation would prevail among our partners to exclude such a negative scenario."

Israel Capitulates to Pompeo’s Ultimatum, Denies China World’s Largest Desalination Contract

But by avoiding a crisis in its relationship with the US, the Israeli decision may have invited a similar crisis with the Chinese government.

21.5 Million Americans Affected in Mega Hack By Cyber Attackers

Information belonging to 21.5 million Americans is compromised in a mega hack of a federal agency by cyber thieves.

Report: Indian Army Deploys Israeli-Made Heron Drones to Monitor Chinese Movements

“[They] are more advanced than the ones in the inventory of the force, including their anti-jamming capability,” according to Indian media.

China Turns Tables on Trump Administration in Massive Iran Deal

The European signatories on the JCPOA are interested in restoring the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, with or without the US.

Harvard, Yale, Investigated for Taking Unreported Billions from Chinese, Saudis, Iranians

The two university, and by extension all Ivy League schools, are accused of vigorously soliciting funds from foreign governments, companies and individuals who are openly hostile to the US.

Update: US Shoots Down Chinese Spy Balloon

A second Chinese spy balloon has also now been spotted heading for the US, the Pentagon said.

‘We Think There’s a Marriage Here’ Netanyahu Tells Alibaba’s Jack Ma (video)

Netanyahu to Ma: “We think there is a marriage here of your great business acumen and your technology with our technology.”

Watch Nikki Haley Put North Korea, Trade Partners on Notice at UN Security Council

"Our attitude on trade changes when countries do not take international security threats seriously."

Russia Vetoes UNSC Condemnation of Assad’s Chemical Attack

Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN Bashar al-Jaafari said after the vote that his country condemns in the strongest possible terms the use of chemical weapons or any other weapons of mass destruction.

Corker-Menendez Bill So Bipartisan that Even Obama No Longer Objects

Congressional oversight of Iran bill unanimously passes Committee, President no longer threatens veto.

Alibaba Founder Jack Ma in Israel

Jack Ma wants to learn more about Jewish heritage and the Jewish people's return to our homeland.

As Rockets Fly Above, Chinese Communist Delegation Visits Israel for Policy Talks

Israel’s cooperation with China reaches unprecedented heights, even as the US and China are growing increasingly adversarial.

China, Russia Unite in Joint Mediterranean Naval Drill

China announces a joint naval exercise with Russia in the Mediterranean Sea in mid-May.

Russian FM Condemns ‘Hysteria’ around Chemical Attack

Minister Lavrov expressed outrage over the possibility of a NATO strike on Syrian chemical storage facilities without a mandate from the UN – a mandate Russia made sure would not be issued.

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