After emasculating the media and courts, Erdogan is taking his final move toward an authoritarian regime – neutering the parliament.
Lawmaker Ayman Odeh targeted for his participation in protests at Bedouin village last week, where a policeman and Bedouin protester died.
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Netanyahu touts personal relationship with U.S. president in closed meeting. Hinting at bill to annex settlement, prime minister warns against 'shooting from the hip' when U.S. administration is involved.
The defendants, an 18-year-old and three minors aged 15 to 17, are said to have set out from a West Bank outpost near Shilo, masked and in possession of an iron bar, seeking to expel Palestinians from the area.
Details emerge after Haaretz investigation revealed Arnon Milchan and Australian billionaire James Packer tried to recruit Yossi Cohen as a partner in a cybersecurity firm they planned to set up.
Study reaffirming the benefits of male circumcision comes amid an ongoing debate in Europe on whether the custom constitutes a violation of boys' rights.
Painter-sculptor took the state to court in 2003 when his Israel Prize win was revoked after he refused to attend ceremony with then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
The city is the Islamic State's last major stronghold in the country.
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Debt was 62.1% of GDP in 2016, capping 11 percentage point decline since 2007.