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Zoom hires ex-Facebook security chief as Google bans app

Taiwan and Germany have already put restrictions on Zoom's use, while Elon Musk's SpaceX has banned the app over security concerns. The company also faces a class-action lawsuit.

No, your coronavirus quarantine isn't comparable to Anne Frank’s - opinion

On Twitter, if you search “Anne Frank” now, you will find an abundance of users tweeting about how they now know exactly how Anne Frank felt after a week in quarantine.

Speed of coronavirus deaths shocks doctors as New York toll hits new high

The number of coronavirus cases in New York state alone approached 150,000 on Wednesday, even as authorities warned the state's official death tally may understate the true number.

Donald Trump's blessing for Passover: “this year is going to be different”

President Donald Trump gave his annual holiday blessing, where he spoke about the unique situation everyone has found themselves in this year.

Houthi fire ballistic missile hours after SA coalition announce ceasefire

Saudi officials said the ceasefire was aimed at giving the Iran-backed Houthi movement an opportunity to join UN-sponsored talks with the Yemeni government on settlement of the five year conflict.

New Horizon campaign introduces Israelis to Arabs who combat coronavirus

21% of the medical workers in Israel are Arabs, so are 47% of the pharmacists, a new campaign asks why should they not enjoy representation in government.

President Rivlin speaks with Pope Francis on coronavirus

“The disease shows us that it respects no borders and that no-one is immune," Rivlin told the Pope.

Israeli COVID-19 treatment shows 100% survival rate - preliminary data

Not only have all the patients survived, according to Pluristem, but four of them showed improvement in respiratory parameters.

Israelis wary of Palestinian moves in East Jerusalem

Amid COVID-19 threat, NGOs bring aid that Israel considers illegal

Iran urged to declare newly revealed nuclear weapons site to IAEA

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s activities at the Shahid Mahallati facility show deception, according to the report.

Across Israel, coronavirus captives welcome Passover together while apart
Israelis take to their balconies to share Seder songs in show of unity, as stringent measures confine most to their homes on the first night of the festival celebrating the exodus from bondage in Egypt

Israel's coronavirus death toll reaches 73

63-year-old man with underlying health issues succumbs to the disease in Be'er Sheva; hospitals across country hold Passover meal for patients isolated from families during holiday

Israelis mark Passover in virtual isolation as virus curfew begins

Streets of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and other cities empty with most of population confined to their homes from Wednesday afternoon until Thursday morning to deter mass gatherings for Seder Night; less stringent lockdown in place until Friday as authorities try to combat the spread of pathogen

Blue & White and Likud trade blows over unity government delay

Benny Gantz says although there's a need to 'join forces in crisis' it will not come 'at all cost,' blaming Likud members for going back on an agreement; PM's party claims Gantz's faction rejects joint decision making

Nursing home with 10 coronavirus victims is 'state-sponsored death camp'

The 97-year-old Holocaust survivor was among the first 17 families who arrived in Be'er Sheva in 1949; his grandson says this week Shimon Rainzilber was diagnosed with COVID-19 having suffered with symptoms for days, while the staff completely ignored him

Israel ramps up lockdown enforcement with helicopters, drones

The interior minister says although so far the enforcement tactic has been 'tolerant,' the authorities are set to increase monitoring, especially in Haredi cities and neighborhoods, as the nation prepares to enter a curfew on Seder night

Coronavirus poses dilemma for Palestinians working in Israel

Palestinian laborers could stay in Israel, where wages are much higher but the COVID-19 outbreak is more severe than in the West Bank, or they could return home to quarantine with a curfew and unemployment

Israel brings missing coronavirus test material from S. Korea

In an emergency airlift, some 30,000 hazmat suits intended for medical teams had also been brought on an El Al flight from Seoul, as Israel scrambles to purchase needed supplies to fight COVID-19 epidemic

Israel's coronavirus death toll up to 72, with 9,404 confirmed cases

The Health Ministry confirms two of the victims, aged 97 and 96, contracted COVID-19 at Mishan nursing home in Be'er Sheva, bringing the number of fatalities at the facility to 10; there is a slight decrease in the number of patients in serious condition

Jerusalem ultra-Orthodox are nine times more infected by coronavirus than other residents

Health officials have recommended increased restrictions and enforcement in those areas so that the virus does not spread out into other parts of the city though no decision has been made by the government

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With 149,000 cases, New York state becomes world’s top coronavirus hotspot
State now has more patients than any country outside the US; despite nearly 800 new deaths, Governor Cuomo says epidemic appears to be stabilizing: 'We are flattening the curve'

Outcry over racial data grows as virus hits black Americans hard
Economic realities and healthcare inequality have led to pandemic appearing to kill African Americans at a higher rate

Some doctors fear ventilators could actually be harming virus patients
With reports of unusually high death rates for those on breathing machines, some practitioners are turning to other measures when possible

Biden vs. Trump: US general election battle is now set
Joe brings his wealth of political experience, Donald brings his incumbency and a willingness to win at any cost; the public can expect an expensive, ugly campaign

So Bernie won't be the first Jewish president — here are 10 people who could be
With Sanders officially out of the running, a look at politicians and influential figures who could some day make a bid for the top US job

Allen Garfield, elite ’70s character actor, dies of coronavirus at 80
Veteran Jewish actor was a vital player in classic films like 'The Conversation' and 'Nashville'

‘Seder in place’: New York Jews observe Passover amid pandemic
Streets usually bustling with people preparing for holiday sit unusually quiet as virus sweeps through state, but locals still do their best to preserve celebratory spirit

Shopping for Passover is different this year than all other years
Kosher stores throughout US taking customers' temperatures at entrance, installing Plexiglas dividers at checkout counters and extending hours past midnight to avoid crowding

IDF confirms temporary outpost set up for hilltop youth quarantine violators
'Isolation' site includes lodging tent, kitchenette, Beit Midrash study tent, showers, out-houses and generator; 20 far-right activists also receiving army protection

US Census poses a dilemma for Jews -- are you white and what are your 'origins'?
For first time, question on race asks white and African-American respondents to fill in origin, and for many it's a surprising, sometimes unwelcome, invitation for self-reflection

Chag Sameach from Arutz Sheva!
Arutz Sheva will be offline until Thursday night in honor of the holiday of Passover.

Terror probe launched in France knife attack
French counter-terrorism prosecutors open investigation into knife attack south of Lyon last weekend.

Gaza out of coronavirus test kits, officials say
Gazan officials say hundreds of people would have to remain in quarantine facilities as coronavirus test kits have run out.

Syrian regime blamed for chemical attacks
For the first time, Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says Assad regime is behind toxic gas attacks.

Watch: Happy Passover from President Trump
In video message, Trump notes that this year's holiday will be different, praises the nation's unity during pandemic.

Watch: Israelis sing at their balconies
Amid Passover lockdown, tens of thousands of Israelis come out to their balconies to sing together.

Britain reports deadliest day since start of pandemic
Britain reports 938 new deaths from COVID-19, its deadliest day since the start of the pandemic.

Liberman: Netanyahu is a false messiah
Yisrael Beytenu chairman lashes out at PM: He has nothing to do with the right. He represents the absolute, purest, most raw opportunism.

Rivlin speaks to Pope in light of coronavirus pandemic
President Rivlin to Pope Francis: We are fighting a stubborn and cruel enemy together, and that is how we will overcome it.

New York reports new single-day record coronavirus deaths
New York state records 779 deaths in one day and now has the most coronavirus cases in the world.

Amazon Israel introduces across-the-board discount
The online retail giant is offering a 10% discount on every purchase from its local Israel site with a ceiling of $20 per purchase.

Israel signs NIS 90m virus test deal with China's BGI
The equipment and materials will allow Israel to perform at least 10,000 Covid-19 tests per day.

Coronavirus deaths in Israel begin to mount
A tenth resident of the Mishan assisted living facility in Beersheva has died of Covid-19.

Israel's budget deficit widens to 4%
Finance Ministry: In the coming months, the sharp rise in the budget deficit will continue as a result of the crisis.

Remote medical examination co Tyto Care raises $50m
The Israeli company's solution enables remote medical exams of the lungs, heart, throat and ears, among other things.

Tue: TASE sustains rally ahead of holiday
Delek, Fattal and Teva helped the TASE extend its rally. The market closes for Passover and reopens Sunday during the intermediary days of the holiday.

Tel Aviv rentals too expensive as tenants look elsewhere
WeCheck: In March, Petah Tikva saw interest in renting apartments double compared with February, while interest in Tel Aviv fell 40%.

Elbit makes public tender offer for Ashot Ashkelon shares
Elbit already holds 85% of Ashot's shares and is now offering to purchase the remaining 15% from the public at an 8.9% premium on yesterday's closing price.

Shekel extends gains despite rate cut
The lowering of the interest rate was expected and the foreign exchange market had presumably already priced in the cut.

Mortgage taking hits all-time record
Mortgage loans to the tune of NIS 9 billion were granted in March as Israelis took advantage of easier Bank of Israel rules, but a sharp downturn is expected this month.

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