A United Nations human rights expert on Friday urged the European Union to use its "economic weight, diplomatic expertise and aid, trade and investment leverage" to forestall looming Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank and Jordan Valley.
In a statement, PM Netanyahu said, "This collaboration will be in the areas of research and development and technology, in areas that will improve health security throughout the region".
Netanyahu said a formal announcement on working together with the UAE on confronting the COVID-19 pandemic was imminent and would be made by the UAE and Israeli health ministers.
Last week, the UAE's minister for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash, said it could work with Israel on some areas, including the battle against the coronavirus and on technology, despite political differences.
Arab states in the Gulf, including the UAE, have increasingly built informal ties with Israel in recent years amid shared concerns over Iran, which the Jewish state considers its arch-enemy.
Huawei's £1bn research centre near Cambridge approved
On Thursday, reports emerged that the U.S. government was planning to label Huawei as linked to the Chinese military. Mr Blair said that one of the issues was that Huawei infrastructure was a lot cheaper than alternatives.
He said the agreement stemmed from intensive contacts with the UAE over recent months.
In May, Abu Dhabi-based Etihad made the first known flight by a UAE carrier to Israel, carrying coronavirus-related aid for the Palestinians.
Speaking to a conference of the American Jewish Committee advocacy group on June 16, Gargash said Israel can not expect to normalize relations with the Arab world if it annexes West Bank land.
His remarks come just days before Israel intends to kick-start US-backed plans to annex settlements in the occupied West Bank and the Jordan Valley.
He said the planned annexation after July 1 was a continuation of Israel's "illegal extension of sovereignty over Palestinian and Arab lands over the past decades, underlining that now the worldwide community was more alert to severe breaches of global law".
The plan has sparked the fury of the Palestinians and drawn global condemnation.
In China, where the virus first appeared late a year ago , an outbreak in Beijing appeared to have been brought under control. Several states broke their own daily records this week, with Arizona, California, Texas and Florida among the hardest-hit.
A surprise birthday party in the U.S. has ended an elderly couple, a cancer patient and two young children infected with Covid-19. One Texas family is facing a major health crisis after 18 members have officially tested positive for COVID-19 .
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted that her thoughts are with everyone involved in the " truly dreadful " situation. Armed police were seen entering building in Glasgow, Police in Glasgow warned the public to avoid a central area of the city.
West Yorkshire Police tweeted photos of the smashed up auto , writing: "It's only a vehicle !" with the hashtag #couldhavecried. The accident occurred on Wednesday afternoon, shortly after the unnamed driver had taken possession of the dazzling supercar.
The second victim is 21 years old and remains hospitalized with "non-life threatening injuries", according to the St. Additional reports claim a man in his early 20's also landed in the hospital from a gunshot wound.
Restaurants , which were previously allowed to operate at 75% indoor capacity, will not be able to exceed 50%, starting Monday. Ron DeSantis said Friday that he still doesn't plan to issue a statewide order requiring masks.
The fuel price changes will take effect at midnight (June 27) tonight and last until the next fuel price revision on July 3. The price of high speed diesel has been fixed at Rs101.46 per liter as its price increased by Rs21.31 per liter.
In a pool of 20 people, one test would be performed. "I mean, you can make all the diagrams you want, but something doesn't work". If it comes back negative, researchers know they can move on to another pool of samples.
Coronavirus: Most children 'experience only mild disease'
Researchers found that the most common symptom reported was fever, with 65% (379) patients reported to have suffered from one. A majority of the hospitalized patients (87%, 507/582) did not need oxygen or other support to assist with breathing.