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Policeman and army officer to be prosecuted for forcing Ezra Nawi to violate traffic laws, then giving him a ticket.
Jerusalem court convicts the man who spent 18 years behind bars of holding unauthorized meetings with two American citizens three years ago and failing to report his move to another apartment inside the same building.
Top court rejects police demands, rules funeral will be held during daytime and number of attendees will not be limited.
Abed Dawiat, who consented to his conviction for manslaughter, was allegedly one of five people who stoned Alex Levlovich's car, which went out of control and hit a utility pole.
Participants demand the government return the body of a Bedouin man shot and killed in clashes in northern Israel over illegally built constructions.
In recent years, every approval of housing units of this type brought on American condemnation. Now, it appears that the change of administration in Washington is beginning to have an effect.
Recent report concluded that almost 90 percent of the fires in November 2016 were set deliberately, but a closer look at the facts casts doubt on those claims.
Residents of Tzur Hadassah in the Judean Hills object to construction beyond the town’s boundary.
Public defender officials say police stations all over the country hold inmates overnight but that Moriah lacks basic conditions, violating inmates’ rights.