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By Jeremy Sharon and ToI StaffAttorney General Gali Baharav-Miara informed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday that he has violated the conflict of interest agreement that allows him to govern during his ongoing corruption trial, and called his statements Thursday night and any further involvement in the coalition's judicial overhaul "illegal and... Continue Reading
LONDON -- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a low-profile meeting in London on Friday with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, in a visit that was largely overshadowed by the Israeli leader's domestic problems. Netanyahu's convoy was greeted by several hundred Israeli and Jewish protesters chanting against the prime minister and his government's controversial... Continue Reading
Horrified by disunity in the ranks, the defense minister was about to publicly plead for a halt to the coalition assault on the courts’ independence. Then came a summons from the PM Continue Reading
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