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A viral post has been circulating in numerous languages claiming that lemon, baking powder and hot water, can act as a 'cure' for COVID-19.
We asked numerous virologists to explain why that's not true.
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Daily rounds of applause can be heard in a number of cities for health workers who are on the frontline of the fight against coronavirus
An Israeli opera singer brought comfort to her quarantined father on Sunday by serenading him outside his apartment in Tel Aviv.
Israel's prime minister has successfully shelved his corruption trial and is blocking his rival from forming a government.
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The initiative to prevent the spread of fake news is in collaboration with the World Health Organization.
Even before the coronavirus outbreak, that war had largely fallen off of the world's collective radars.
"We want to go back to the U.S. as soon as possible of course and we're frantically working on that," an pastor with the group of group of 13 said.
The former NYC mayor's 'Super Tuesday strategy' comes into play as voters head to the polls across the country.
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The third Israeli election in under 12 months once again turned into a neck-and-neck race between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny Gantz.
The Vermont senator had said the pro-Israel lobbying group provides a platform "for leaders who express bigotry and oppose basic Palestinian rights."
Ahead of a criminal trial on corruption charges, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a challenge once again from retired military chief Benny Gantz.
Netanyahu leads in Israel elections with most votes counted. The official results are expected to come in later afternoon.
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Rather than a top-down solution crafted in Washington DC (a strategy that has failed for three decades), the world should focus on “quick wins” to reinvigorate the Palestinian economy and increase startup programmes, business ties and social integration between Israelis and Palestinians.