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
PM's son claims appointment was Lieberman's key demand in 2009 coalition talks ■ Avia Alef, who accompanied corruption probe against ex-defense minister, suspects 'fraud' and 'conflict of interests'
The charges being discussed thus far include bribery of a foreign public servant, obstruction of justice, money laundering and misreporting on official documents
Two prior court rulings have invalidated coalition agreements and it could happen again given the offers being made over the table
Info is based on report by Black Cube investigators who claim that the businessman’s reps tried to sell them projects in Germany
Everything you need to know about the possibility of a federal investigation: PM not expected to be a suspect, but his cousin may turn state's evidence
Source says the prime minister held shares in more firms than just steel company Seadrift. One of Milikowsky's companies, C/G Electrodes, reportedly illegally traded with Libya
In the end, Fifth Dimension won only one contract, from the Israel Police, during its four years in business
Efraim Nave signed up hundreds of lawyers as members of Ayelet Shaked's party ■ Newly obtained documents show that Shaked also changed regulations to suit firm that recruited members
Loan came three months before Netanyahu made 600% profit by selling shares purchased through holding company whose controlling shareholder was same cousin
The PM's 2007 purchase of shares in Seadrift came three months before a third party offered to pay 19 times more for the same stock, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing suggests
Prosecution mulls criminal probe into Netanyahu share profits from cousin's company, Israeli media says
Everything we know about the one-way money trail between Nathan Milikowsky and his cousin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Gilad Erdan wanted to remain communications minister to enact reforms that would have broken telecom giant Bezeq's monopoly, but Netanyahu refused
PM held shares jointly in a business with his cousin and others at least until 2009. Netanyahu has now asked to let Nathan Milikowsky cover his legal fees
Alexander Granovsky fled Israel before being indicted, and may never face the consequences of his sophisticated alleged crime
The journalists acquired an old cell phone of Effi Nave's and paid to have it hacked
Father of Channel 20 owner secured pilot project for his water production devices with Bolsonaro's government, sources say ■ Prime Minister's Office responds: 'Attempt to link PM to promoting Watergen is totally ridiculous'
No one has been called in for questioning since the death of an employee, while both the police and Leviev are refusing to compromise, sources say
The Israeli Fighter Pilots Who Got Rich Off Angola's Civil War and Their Link to a Massive Cyberattack
Three Israeli ex-fighter pilots operating in Africa have a surprising tie to a sophisticated attack that caused a global scare
According to the charge sheet, the chairman and his girlfriend planned to go on vacation in Thailand without the knowledge of the former's wife
Ye Jianming had no connection to Israel or the Jewish people before making a million-dollar donation to Keren Hayesod - and getting an award for it
'His Highness Asks': Did Saudis Try to Enlist Former Israeli PM Barak to Buy Cyberattack Technology?
Alleged middleman of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sought spyware to use against enemies, tape reveals
While it’s possible the woman committed suicide due to police conduct, it could just as easily be that she took her life due to pressure from the company
A Russian diamond plant that was allegedly involved in smuggling raw stones out of the country was at the center of a 1999 suit. What’s the connection between that case and the state witness in the case against Lev Leviev’s LLD firm?
An unnamed woman is said to have jumped to her death following police questioning over a vast diamond-smuggling ring that has operated for years
The investigation into Lev Leviev's company LLD began in March, when two diamond smugglers were arrested at Ben-Gurion International Airport. The questioning of the two led investigators to their employer
Police call his LLD company a ‘criminal organization’ ■ The three are Leviev’s son, Zvulun; LLD’s CEO Reuven Shmuelov; and a third person whose name is subject to a court gag order.
Leviev's companies are allegedly at the center of a vast diamond-smuggling ring that has operated for years