The 14 women jailed since April were part of a group of 40 women and girls who had gone to a town on the Ethiopia-Sudan border in hopes of finding work.
Immigration Authority begins rounding up African migrants for deportation; Knesset committee discusses new plan regarding Israel's handling of asylum seekers, refugees and migrant workers.
The South Sudanese are the most concerned of all, after a Jerusalem court last week legitimized their deportation.
According to new government bill, the maximum penalty for employing migrants will be raised from a two-year jail sentence to five years.
Bank offersd workers who are pregnant or on maternity leave 'improved retirement conditions' if they sign a form consenting to be fired.
Some 1,000 South Sudanese are believed to be in Israel, part of a larger influx of African migrants who have poured into the country in recent years; Yishai says court ruling is first of many such steps.
Ethiopian woman was raped during passage through Sinai, then kept in Israels Saharonim prison because womens shelters had no vacancy.
Interior Minister gives task force two months to present ways to stop the influx of African migrants into Israel.
Directive calls for 'creating accommodations for infiltrators, as quickly and for as many people as possible;' Defense Ministry searching for locations.