Israeli police revealed on Tuesday they had arrested the controlling shareholder and CEO of the country's biggest telecoms company Bezeq, as well as two former officials with close ties to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a corruption case. Kate King reports. Video provided by Reuters
Israel was rocked Tuesday by a new revelation in the cascading series of corruption investigations related to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The latest twist is the Israeli police accusation that former Netanyahu communications director Nir Hefetz, who was arrested two days ago, offered a judge...
Israeli police said on Tuesday that two associates of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were suspected of offering a judge promotion in return for closing a criminal case against the premier's wife. The new investigation stemmed from...Show More Summary
Following on the heels of the Israeli police recommendation to indict Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges a new book on David Ben-Gurion shares new discoveries on the first Israeli prime minister's marital unfaithfulness. Jonathan...Show More Summary
Netanyahu said the nuclear deal with Iran has emboldened Tehran
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was already accused of accepting nearly $300,000 in bribes. The latest allegations could amount to obstruction of a criminal investigation.
Israeli police revealed 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. The seven were arrested on Sunday, just days after police said there were grounds...
Less than one week after Israeli police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on several corruption charges, a new legal minefield has opened up beneath his feet. Seven Israelis were arrested on Sunday in what the police call “Case 4000,” a new investigation in which members...
Munich (Germany) (AFP) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran on Sunday over aggressions by Iran and its "proxies" in Syria, saying he would not allow them to "put a noose of terror around our neck".
Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has sent a warning to the 'tyrants of Tehran' while holding up a piece of what he claimed to be an Iranian drone that had been brought down by Israeli defence forces Israel ready to act against ‘dangerous’ Iran, Netanyahu warns Continue reading...
Israeli police arrested a number of suspects connected to a major communication company on Sunday, in what media said was a new corruption probe linked to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The suspects included "senior figures" in the...Show More Summary
MUNICH (AP) — The nuclear deal with Iran has emboldened Tehran to become increasingly aggressive in the Middle East, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, warning that Iran should "not test Israel's resolve" as he showed off what he said was part of a downed Iranian drone.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran on Sunday over aggressions by Iran and its "proxies" in Syria, saying he would not allow them to "put a noose around our neck". Calling it "a message to the tyrants of Tehran",Show More Summary
Poland on Sunday sought to defend remarks by its prime minister which Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu called "outrageous" and amounted to denying the Holocaust. "The comments of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during a discussion...Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran on Saturday over aggressions by what he called Iran and its "proxies" in Syria, while showing what he claimed was a piece of an Iranian drone shot down in Israeli airspace. Saying...Show More Summary
MUNICH (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israel would act against Iran, not just its allies in the Middle East, if needed, reiterating his country's position that Tehran was the world's greatest threa...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be in trouble after police recommended bribery, fraud and other charges against him. Yet the law doesn’t require him to step down until convicted, and he is digging in.
By Robin Emmott and Thomas Escritt MUNICH (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israel would act against Iran, not just its allies in the Middle East, if needed, reiterating his country's position that Tehran was the world's greatest threat. Show More Summary
WARSAW (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned his Polish counterpart on Saturday for saying Jews were perpetrators in World War Two as well as Poles and others, just weeks after Warsaw drew criticism over a new Holocaust law.
President Trump is expected to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House next month, as the long-serving Israeli leader faces mounting legal and political problems at home. Netanyahu will meet with the U.S. president March 5, U.S. and Israeli government officials said. The meeting coincides with Netanyahu's planned address to the American […]