Inscription reveals that a woman named Kyrilla sought to put a curse on a man named Iennys by invoking names of six Greek gods in apparent legal dispute.
City warns employees to keep away from political activity; national crime unit takes over fraud investigation.
Security tapes, which the accused say the Israel Police refused to view for 18 days, proved that the arrests were unwarranted.
In light of allegations of vote-rigging that brought about the victory of the ultra-Orthodox-backed incumbent, MK Dov Lipman urges interior minister to take 'extraordinary' step and repeat election.
Netanyahu family details appear in file of supporters used by Mayor Barkat's headquarters to get out the votes in the final days of the municipal campaign.
Statistcs show that some 75 percent of those leaving the city are young Haredi families looking for cheaper housing; most move to Tel Aviv.
Scientists from Israel and Germany argue that a climate crisis did in civilizations, helping spawn the first Kingdom of Israel and other new political entities.
Demonstrators cite arrests of Haredi activists, discovery of suspicious ballots, ID cards.
Incumbent Ron Huldai wins again in Tel Aviv, says 'I am everybody's mayor.'
New app used by incumbent mayor's campaign follows voters, IDs areas where get-out-the-vote effort needed.