1. The Israeli Ben Gurion International Airport has been closed for another two weeks to prevent the entry of foreign variants of the coronavirus. The latest wave of outbreaks in Israel is believed to be caused by variant viruses imported from Britain and South Africa. There is no scientific evidence to show whether Pfizer vaccine can prevent the invasion of variant viruses. As of yesterday afternoon on February 5th, 3,390,398 Israelis have received the first dose of vaccine injection, of which 1,986,370 people have received the second dose. 2. The new treatment drug developed by Prof. Nadir Arber, the largest Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv, Israel, has completed the first phase of testing. 29 of the 30 patients can be discharged from the hospital within 3-5 days. This drug can prevent the human immune system from causing too strong cell storm to the virus, causing damage to human tissues and internal organs and leading to death. This drug's invention is a big encouragement for the hospital staff. 3. The International Criminal Court issued a statement on February 5 yesterday stating that the court has the right to investigate the liability of the 50-day war between Israel and Palestine in July 2014. The court found that Israel’s occupation of Palestinian land and construction of settlement and reclamation areas was illegal. As for Palestinian side, it is also illegal for Hamas to use women and children as human shields and to attack Israeli civilians. Israel immediately stated that the court had no jurisdiction over Israel, and the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed it and said it would cooperate with the investigation at any time. 4. The UN Security Council calls on the Myanmar military to release Aung San Suu Kyi and restore democratic mechanisms. Due to the positions of China and Russia, the statement did not specify facts such as the military's coup d'etat, and the tone was more gentle than those used in Europe and America. Aung San Suu Kyi was placed under house arrest by the Myanmar military from 1989 to 2010 and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991. She was criticized by the international community for her position on the Rohingya Muslims during her administration, but it did not affect the love of the Burmese people for her. After the state of emergency ends one year after the coup d’état, it is expected that there will be another congressional election and the military government will return the power to the people and civilian government. 5. The U.S. Senate voted 97 to 3 on February 4 to rule that the U.S. Embassy in Israel will permanently stay in Jerusalem. However, due to the large number of the embassy staff, ambassador’s residence, staff's residence and other office spaces need to be built in Jerusalem, so it will take two years and 600 Millions USD to finish the work.