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Netanyahu aides named as suspects in new corruption probe

Netanyahu aides named as suspects in new corruption probe

Israeli police revealed on Tuesday that two close associates of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were among the suspects in a new corruption probe, with five others central figures in the Bezeq telecommunications group.

Netanyahu says Israel could act against Iran

Netanyahu says Israel could act against Iran

Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran was increasing its power as the US-led coalition against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria regains territory from militants.

Israeli PM lashes out at police as graft probe nears end

Israeli PM lashes out at police as graft probe nears end

Pressure has built on Benjamin Netanyahu as police investigating him in the long-running probe reportedly prepare to submit their recommendations to the attorney general next week.

Netanyahu grilled for sixth time in graft probe: media

Netanyahu grilled for sixth time in graft probe: media

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was questioned by police for a sixth time on Sunday over two suspected cases of corruption, media reports said.

Netanyahu to be grilled again in graft probe

Netanyahu to be grilled again in graft probe

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was set to be questioned by police on Thursday in connection with two separate investigations into alleged corruption, media reports said.

Netanyahu's son under fire over ‘anti-Semitic’ imagery on Facebook

Netanyahu's son under fire over ‘anti-Semitic’ imagery on Facebook

From an argument over dog poo to an alleged anti-Semitic caricature he posted on Facebook, Yair Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister's 26-year-old son, is courting controversy with his social media activity.

Israeli settlements may not help peace, says White House

Israeli settlements may not help peace, says White House

The Trump administration said on Thursday that Israel's building of new settlements or expansion of existing ones in occupied territories may not be helpful in achieving peace with Palestinians.

Israel approves 566 settler homes in east Jerusalem

Israel approves 566 settler homes in east Jerusalem

Israeli authorities on Sunday approved building permits for 566 settler homes in annexed east Jerusalem, plans that had been postponed until US President Donald Trump took office, the city's deputy mayor said.

Israel says Kerry sought to reassure Netanyahu over Paris conference

Israel says Kerry sought to reassure Netanyahu over Paris conference

Israel said on Sunday that US Secretary of State John Kerry had sought to reassure Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over a Middle East peace conference being held in Paris, which neither Israel nor the Palestinians are attending.

Arrests after threats over Israeli soldier's conviction

Arrests after threats over Israeli soldier's conviction

Israeli police arrested two people on Thursday after death threats emerged online against a judge over the manslaughter conviction of a soldier who shot dead a wounded Palestinian assailant.

Netanyahu seeks to rally Israelis around him in anti-Obama assault

Netanyahu seeks to rally Israelis around him in anti-Obama assault

Benjamin Netanyahu has been unrelenting in his criticism of the Obama administration over what he condemned as its "shameful" decision not to veto a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for a halt to Israeli settlement-building.

Mideast conference in Paris on January 15

Mideast conference in Paris on January 15

Around 70 countries will gather in France on January 15 for a conference to throw the international community's weight behind a two-state solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, French officials said on Thursday.