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Israel: Knesset speaker resigns

On Wednesday, Knesset Speaker Yuli Adelstein submitted his resignation hours before the deadline set by the Supreme Court to hold parliamentary elections that would determine his successor. “I announce my resignation from my position as the Knesset speaker,” announced Adelstein, who is one of the leaders of the Likud party led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a speech at …

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‘If I can end up like this now, so can anyone’: Father, 39, with no known underlying conditions was left so close to death by coronavirus he recorded a ‘goodbye’ message to his family

A 39-year-old father left on the brink of death by the coronavirus has pleaded with the British public to ‘not be an idiot’ and heed the government’s advice to stay at home. Matt Dockray, who has no known underlying health conditions, was ‘at one point given a small window of survival’ when his lungs began to fail after he was admitted to an …

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Coronavirus hits Egyptian army amid allegations of a cover-up

Two generals in the Egyptian army have died from the coronavirus, a leading researcher has revealed. Mahmoud Gamal, the director of the Monitoring and Documentation Unit at the Egyptian Institute for Political and Strategic Studies (EIPSS), added that at least 550 soldiers and officers have the virus. Speaking exclusively to Arabi21, Gamal said that this number is rising steadily. “There …

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Coronavirus latest news: Prince Charles tests positive for Covid-19

Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus Prince Charles has coronavirus and is displaying mild symptoms, a Clarence House spokesman said. “The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Coronavirus,” the spokesman said. “He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.  The Duchess of …

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WHO delegation arrives in Gaza after first 2 cases test positive for COVID-19

A World Health Organisation delegation arrived in the Gaza Strip on Sunday to assess the situation after the Gazan health ministry announced that two people have tested positive for coronavirus, the Palestinian news agency Shehab reported. Headed by the director of the WHO office in Palestine, Gerald Rockenschaub, the delegation entered Gaza through the Erez Crossing. This visit comes hours after the …

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Israel confirms first death from coronavirus

An elderly male died from the novel coronavirus, according to Israeli health officials late Friday. The Health Ministry said the patient, 88, was diagnosed last week with the virus known as COVID-19 at a hospital in West Jerusalem. The death is the first from the virus in Israel and officials said the health of 14 of 705 confirmed cases are …

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Uber suspends taxi booking option in Saudi Arabia

Uber Technologies has suspended the option to book regular taxi services through its app in Saudi Arabia until further notice, a company statement said on Friday. Saudi Arabia is in a virtual lockdown and has suspended regular, accredited taxi services as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. It has reported 344 cases of the virus. “As …

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Turkey court hands 3 men 125 years each over drowning of Aylan Kurdi

A court in Turkey sentenced three men to 125 years in prison each over the 2015 drowning of Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi whose death became a tragic symbol of the refugee crisis in Europe as a result of conflicts in Syria and the wider region after a harrowing image of the baby face-down on a Turkish beach went viral online. …

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Iran: 103-year-old beats coronavirus

A 103-year-old Iranian woman successfully recovered after contracting the deadly coronavirus, which has claimed thousands of lives worldwide since early this year, reports Anadolu Agency. According to Nevid Danayi, the rector of Semnan University of Medical Sciences, the old lady was discharged from the hospital, becoming the second oldest person ever to recover from the disease known as COVID-19. Danayi, …

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Coronavirus: Israel gives intelligence services power to track patients’ phones

Israel’s intelligence service will use phone-snooping technology long used against Palestinian militants to track coronavirus patients and those they were in contact with, some of the most aggressive regulations rolled out in the region to combat the spread of the deadly disease. The controversial move, first announced by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was slammed by right defenders and media commentator …

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