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Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, will have daily flights to Tel Aviv beginning in Ma
Cabinet approves visa-free travel from UAE

US funding research in West Bank passes cabinet vote • New ambassador to Ethiopia approved

The Travel Advisor: Pandemic fatigue is setting in

People are getting antsy about staying at home, tired of stay-cations and eager to get out of the country.

The Temple Mount in Jerusalem
UK lists Jerusalem separately from Israel on COVID-19 travel advisory

Starting on Saturday morning, travelers arriving in England from Israel will not have to enter quarantine.

An El Al Israel Airlines Boeing 737-900ER airplane takes off from the Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas a
Airlines seek smooth air with preflight COVID-19 testing

The airlines say that the purpose of these trials is to demonstrate that testing can open the skies and eliminate the need for quarantining passengers upon arrival.

By JOSHUA ROBBIN MARKS/THE MEDIA LINE
20/11/2020
The angels in our lives

How often in our lives have we said: “You’re an angel!” – and meant it – to friends who have been there for us when we most needed them?

A visit to Dublin during the pandemic

Dublin was founded by the Vikings more than 1,000 years ago, and is now home to almost two million residents. Yet it still retains a small-town feeling and an old-world charm.

By ILAN ROGERS
18/11/2020
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Greece declared red state, China, UAE, Fiji and more added to green list

As of November 10, Iceland, Estonia, Greece, Canada and Cyprus will be considered red countries.

09/11/2020
Find your perfect New Zealand retirement destination

We all know that New Zealand is both the land of milk and honey, and the best place in the world to avoid catching Covid-19.

10/11/2020
‘Check2fly’ testing center at Ben-Gurion Airport to be inaugurated Monday

Standard tests with results delivered within 14 hours will cost about NIS 45. Rapid results will be available for around NIS 135.

Frankfurt: Rich with history, including Jewish, isn’t just for business

Frankfurt is not cold or boring. On the contrary, there is much to remind you of the Old World long ago, along with much that “explains the success of postwar Germany.”

By BEN G. FRANK
07/11/2020
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