Australia's Jewish community, whose Zionist convictions were shaken by Malka Leifer's decade on the run, welcome Israeli court ruling with cautious relief
Attorney calls for an 'immediate investigation' into officers quoted in a Channel 12 report suggesting a new case against him may be opened
Amir Ohana asks police chief to 'use every means' to find who told Channel 12 News that the prime minister would not be cut any slack in any new investigations
Accused Pedophile Malka Leifer Fit to Stand Trial, Israeli Court Rules, Renewing Extradition Process
Court accepts expert panel opinion, paving the way for Malka Leifer's extradition to Australia on 74 counts of rape and sexual assault ■ Australian attorney general welcomes 'positive sign'
Shin Bet Changed Security Protocol for Netanyahu’s First Day in Court – and Didn’t Tell Court Guards
The route inside the building that the prime minister took ended with him using his own podium to make his speech and have photographs taken in an area that violated court rules
If Israel's law enforcement system is so corrupt that it 'fabricates cases,' then where has the prime minister been for the past decade?
Police were aided by former major Arab crime figure who documented the crimes for over a year
Hundreds of pro-Netanyahu supporters gathered outside the Jerusalem District Court on the first day of the premier's trial to protest what they see as a 'frame-up'
Inside the courtroom of Netanyahu's corruption trial a parallel Israel existed in which the prime minister did not boast all his usual powers
Netanyahu arrived to the first day of his trial surrounded by half of his Likud party after the first session of his new bloated government
Twenty-eight years ago, Italian judge Giovanni Falcone was killed by the mafia, after a hate campaign deeply reminiscent of the atmosphere surrounding Netanyahu's trial
They seek to convince the public that the prime minister's line - that he is the victim of a plot - is legitimate criticism on his part
In an interview with Channel 20, hours after the first session of his corruption trial closes, premier says he will keep fighting to 'bring the truth to light'
Many foreign media outlets had to explain, 'How can the prime minister serve and stand trial at the same time?'
This is the first time in Israel’s history that a sitting prime minister is facing a criminal trial ■ 'Netanyahu’s trial will be remembered as one of the low points of the Israeli justice system,' Knesset speaker says
There will be no weakness on the bench of the Jerusalem District Court Sunday when Bibi's historic corruption trial gets underway
Nabin Amrani was allegedly murdered because she dyed her hair blonde and dated men without her family’s approval
Netanyahu’s trial starts as his war on the country’s legal establishment reaches fever pitch
In first for Israel, sitting prime minister faces trial ■ His lawyers are expected to take an aggressive approach to delay actual presentation of evidence ■ Likud lawmaker says conviction would be 'greatest injustice in Israel's history'
Roni Alsheich, who headed police during investigations into Netanyahu cases, says cabinet minister's attack on attorney general 'unbecoming of a democratic country'
Analysis Netanyahu's Corruption Trial Opens Sunday, but the Real Fight Will Take Place Outside the Court
The prime minister is expected to continue attacking law enforcement agencies, taking aim at the three judges who will hear his case
The numbers of complaints have jumped from eight a week to 73 a day within less than two months ■ Knesset subcommittee assigned to look into problem
Bat Yam resident suspected of murdering Tatiana Khaikin was previously convicted of assaulting her and has given differing accounts