Though the so-called “French law” cannot apply to Netanyahu’s current trial, it is expected to be opposed by MKs from Benny Gantz’s Blue and White Party.
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Private spending dropped by 20.3 percent, investment in fixed assets by 17.3 and exports by 5.9 percent from January to March, according to Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics.
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“If the settlers don’t want what the administration currently has to offer, they shouldn't come to us in the future,” American official says.
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U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo reiterated Washington’s concerns about the Hong Kong-based CK Hutchison Holdings’ bid to construct the “Sorek B” plant during his recent visit to Jerusalem.
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The Iranian leader is using Twitter “to promote hatred against the Jewish people and the State of Israel,” says newly-appointed Strategic Affairs Minister Orit Farkash-Hacohen.
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The terrorist’s family was uninvolved in the attack and the execution of the demolition order was delayed too long, court says • Sorek family representative: “High Court is responsible for the next murder.”
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The legislative proposal was the culmination of an anti-Israel campaign by Norwegian NGOs. The Jewish state's friends in the Oslo legislature stress that dialogue must supersede boycotts.
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PM Benjamin Netanyahu outlines Israel's five biggest challenges: Rebuilding the economy; preparing for a second wave of corona; security and defense; the threat of the International Criminal Court; and applying Israeli law to the Jordan Valley, Judea, and Samaria.
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The assailant, who according to police charged the officer with a utility knife while shouting “Allah Akbar,” was shot by other officers on the scene and is reportedly in serious condition.
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P.A. Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh: It is time to “cautiously return life to normal.”
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In an Eid al-Fitr message to U.S. Muslims, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan says Jerusalem’s Temple Mount is a “red line” for all Muslims.
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The following are translated excerpts from the interview conducted in Hebrew by Boaz Golan at the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem shortly after the first hearing of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial.
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Trains were to have resumed normal operations on May 17, but the decision was overruled by the Health Ministry • Israel records first COVID-19 fatality in five days, taking the national toll to 280.
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A vaccine is seen as the Holy Grail of coronavirus research, but the first vaccine out to market may not be the one you want to take.
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Soldiers open fire after being attacked by Palestinians armed with “sharp agricultural instruments,” IDF says • Wounded assailants evacuated to Ramallah for treatment; no Israeli casualties reported.
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Jerusalem District Court sets the next session of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial for July 19.
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“They’ve made it home, and I’m extremely moved,” said newly minted Minister of Aliyah and Integration Pnina Tamano-Shata.
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Ahead of his arraignment in the first-ever criminal trial of a sitting Israeli premier, the Jewish state’s longest-serving prime minister accuses the left of “stitching together” charges against him after having failed to remove him at the ballot box.
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Clashes erupt in the P.A. as residents take to the streets to protest against COVID-19 lockdown imposed for the holiday.
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If Iranian tankers “in the Caribbean or anywhere in the world face trouble caused by the Americans,” U.S. will also be “in trouble” says Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
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