In internal discussions, members of the national fraud unit tasked with investigating Netanyahu sound certain about the damning nature of the findings.
In 'very warm' first phone call since taking office, U.S. president invites Israeli premier to Washington in February.
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Lawmakers requested prime minister’s attendance on January 9 but his office asked for postponement; new date set for January 30.
Ministers delay a vote on compromise suggested by MK Benjamin Begin which softens the original bill, by specifying that all of Israel's citizens would have equal rights regardless of their faith.
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.
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A source involved in high level talks between Abbas and King Abdullah says Jordan worries how any decision about Jerusalem could impact its own oversight of its holy sites, as well as internal events within kingdom.
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Powwows with prime minister and finance minister occurred less than once a month during the year through October 2016, records show.