With no emergency text system, hundreds of thousands of Israelis can't call police in emergency.
As tens of thousands of complain against excessive noise, particularly in summer, the authorities are trying their hardest to enforce Israel’s new Noise Law.
Neighbors in town in central Israel call police with noise complaint against local teenagers, when police respond boy is heard falling off roof of house, receiving serious blow to the head.
The explosion, on Route 5, caused a multi-car pile-up on the road behind it. One man and one woman were also lightly injured in the accident.
Knesset enacts a slew of regulations designed to increase gun safety including stricter tests for security guards to catch psychiatric problems.
Police are investigating whether the official, who also runs a nonprofit organization, took bribes in return for expediting contracts, and diverted funds from his nonprofit for his own personal use.
Police question Emmanuel Rosen following week of investigation, present testimonies of women he had allegedly attacked; Rosen spokesperson: 'What matters are the facts, not unbridled incitement.'
High-level security isn't enough to protect fingerprints and other identifying biological traits, allowing hundreds of police to peer into Israelis' private lives.
Rabbi Avraham Yosef, son of Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, is suspected of a conflict of interest in granting kashrut certificates, which could jeopardize his bid for the chief rabbinate.
Toddler fell into pool while siblings were playing in the water.