Anyone caught entering Israel illegally via occupied territories would be forced to pay about 5,000 shekels to hire private firm for every court hearing.
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Anas Haj Yahiya of the town of Taibeh, who is said to have sworn allegiance to ISIS, is accused of consenting through a contact who claimed to be in Gaza to plan to bomb a bus on Dizengoff Street.
The delegitimization, if not criminalization, of any opposition – political, media or cultural – by Turkey's ruling party coincides with a crucial referendum on expanding presidential power even further.
Party officials say that while Barghouti's prominence cannot be disputed, he cannot be appointed to an operational role while he is in prison.
In Raed Andoni's 'Ghost Hunting,' which won the first-ever Silver Bear for best documentary, former inmates discuss prison life at Israel's main interrogation center.
International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano says his organization was 'in constant touch' with the U.S., but has yet to hear from Trump administration on their concerns.
In light of the threat from Sinai, Egypt has deployed 20,000-25,000 soldiers to the area, far exceeding the amount allowed by the Israel-Egyptian peace accords. But with Israel's blessing and intelligence cooperation, Wilayet Sinai's 1,000 fighters are on the back foot.
King Abdullah and U.S. President Trump had a 'good conversation,' White House says, doesn't mention if embassy relocation discussed.
Before the establishment of the Women’s Support Center, there was no safe space for women in the Islahiye refugee camp, aid worker says.