Eleven people, some of whom kinfolk, were indicted Monday of bilking the state of NIS 48 million.
Prosecution ditches case against Beit Hanina youth after CCTV footage proves his innocence.
Palestinian rioters attack police force en route to arrest in Jerusalem's Shoafat refugee camp; all wounded were evacuated to nearby hospitals.
In one case, 23-year old officer Moshe Lama assaulted a handcuffed Palestinian man and told his colleagues not to disclose a true account of the events.
Former Israeli envoy to Belarus Ze'ev Ben Aryeh confessed to transferring secret documents to Lieberman regarding a police investigation into alleged crimes the foreign minister committed.
Haaretz has discovered no fewer than 20 cases since Danino took office in which policemen who were proven to have lied, either during an investigation or in court, were given at most a slap on the wrist.
After only a few hours, the petition had been shared more than 1,000 times on online social networks.
The Atias family said that pro-life Efrat organization volunteers 'brainwashed' the young couple and brought emotional turmoil on them.
18-year-old Raz Atias of Petah Tikva, and his girlfriend, 17, were planning a joint suicide when Atias was killed, police said.
Following petition filed by human rights groups, court blocks Interior Minister from rounding up and incarcerating the migrants starting next week.
A Palestinian who was arrested on suspicion of throwing rocks in the Temple Mount compound is seen beaten while lying down; Police says it is investigating the matter.
Police currently enforce the Muslim ban on Jewish prayer at the site, citing security concerns.
Graffiti reading 'Jesus, son of a bitch, price tag,' was found on a door near the Franciscan monastery on Mount Zion, just outside the walls of Jerusalem's Old City.
Israel Police believe that the incident was a hit-and-run accident rather than a terrorist attack, citing the manner in which the IDF vehicle was parked on the road.
In recent years its increasingly common for wealthy individuals to conceal their wealth to avoid having to split it with their ex-wife or ex-husband.
It is increasingly common for wealthy individuals to conceal their wealth to avoid having to split it with the ex-wife or ex-husband.
Netanya-area men suspected of assisting Hamas in transferring money to East Jerusalem and the West Bank; Palestinian and Israeli minor also arrested in connection with scheme.
Incident comes amid protests against 'Innocence of Muslims' across Muslim world.
Nobuo Miaki arrived in Israel with three other survivors to warn against the horror of nuclear weapons, all nuclear weapons, whether Iranian or Israeli.
Move contravenes 2008 High Court ruling that conditioned closing of Ras Khamis crossing on the expansion of Shoafat refugee camp's only other checkpoint.