Indictment says Yisrael Beiteinu accommodated a system that helped various entities seeking governmental funding and donations. In return, they were required to give kickbacks to Faina Kirschenbaum and other party officials
Documents show two figures in the so-called submarine affair were involved in businesses in Israel and Cyprus reliant on regulation, foreign relations
Dan Gertler, who is embroiled in a corruption scandal in the Democratic Republic of Congo, received a reprieve in Donald Trump's very last days in office
International accountancy firm PwC warned that activity at company tied to Israeli billionaire may not comply with U.S. sanctions, yet cash kept flowing
'Gertler and Associates Would Come to the Bank, and a Teller Would Take a Sack and a Bill Counter Up to Management'
Gradi Koko and Navy Malela, auditors at a Democratic Republic of Congo bank, had to flee to Europe after exposing cash deposits worth millions by associates of Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler, who was at the time subject to international sanctions. Gertler's lawyer: Accusations are a 'deliberate weave of empty allegations'
Beny Steinmetz, sentenced to five years imprisonment for bribery, paid cyber firm to 'collect intelligence' on billionaire George Soros, according to front man's testimony
U.S. Treasury issued at lightning speed a temporary license suspending sanctions over shady deals in Congo to Dan Gertler, who is represented by Trump ally Alan Dershowitz and former FBI director Louis Freeh
Shaul Elovitch, a co-defendant with Netanyahu, also faces possible new charges related to Bezeq’s merger with the Yes satellite TV firm
At the request of the Romanian government, the head of Israeli private intelligence firm Black Cube was questioned in 2016 over an operation in Bucharest. Leaked transcripts of his interrogation offer a rare window into the shadowy world of political espionage
Black Cube’s CEO, investigated for spying on Romanian state prosecutor, told police that Meir Dagan suggested they'll work ‘as an arm of’ Romania's Intelligence. Dagan is no longer around to give his version
A representative of Cellebrite, which states that it has complied with the rules, flew to Riyadh from London last November, and at the request of the Saudi prosecutor’s office hacked into a Samsung cellphone
Congo Files: Cash Was Deposited Into Dan Gertler's Accounts, Then Millions Were Transferred to Top Israeli Figures
Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler owns mines in the Congo ■ In 2017 the U.S. imposed sanctions on him due to corrupt deals with the DRC's former president ■ Documents from the African state reveal irregular cash deposits made by Gertler's associates into his accounts ■ Some of the money was then sent to lawyers and advisers in Israel ■ Gertler: 'The documents are stolen and fabricated'
The Justice Ministry claims that it cannot decide to investigate Netanyahu until the attorney general has more information in his hands. But he's had enough info to investigate for over a year now
At center of coalition talks is move to sidestep High Court rulings that bar indicted ministers from serving by redefining the position of deputy prime minister
The owner of a shell company who paid to dig up dirt on Benny Gantz worked out of the offices of Netanyahu’s lawyer
This follows allegations that Likud threatened a member of Gantz’s party that it would leak embarrassing information unless she defected to Likud
Sole stockholder wasn't involved in commissioning the job, and came into play only to transfer payment to intelligence firm hired to dig up dirt on Benny Gantz
Prime minister's spokesman denies the report, while Gantz's party says Netanyahu adopting tactics of 'dark regimes'
Now-defunct AI company had told the police its product was ready while it was still developing basic voice and machine text analysis
Officials who prepared draft say final version neuters criticism of finance minister’s delay of bad news on overspending
The investigation fingered nearly 20 suspects, including the mayor of the Haifa suburb of Kiryat Ata
The recordings leaked over the weekend point to a long history of secret agreements for positive coverage — and buried stories — in Arnon Mozes's Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper
A number of suspects associated with two of the cyber group's subsidiaries are facing charges of fraud, smuggling and money-laundering
The charges, subject to a pre-indictment hearing, relate to Yes satellite TV merger
Avraham Nanikashvili payed the late Benjamin Ben-Eliezer $400,000 to testify on his behalf in a tax appeal hearing
Court-appointed trustee of bankrupt tycoon Eliezer Fishman’s assets testifies in probe into private intelligence firm
Defense Ministry admits to hiring spy firm between 2012 and 2014 ■ Around the time, it offered other customers that it spy on former ministers and government officials
Next week is the pre-indictment hearing for Shaul Elovitch, whose Bezeq telecom company plays a role in favorable-news-for-favors allegations
Shalom Leviev, son of the Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev, never filed a defense to a suit against him nor did he ever make a payment
Government increasingly involved in legal battle over the information held by Psy-Group, also probed in FBI investigation into the Trump campaign