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Police press charges in only four per cent of settler violence cases

Police reveal 221 of 263 cases were closed without any action taken, only ten led to an indictment; Public Security Minister Omer Bar Lev campaigns against settler violence

Four Jewish Israelis charged with attempted murder of Palestinian after Jerusalem march

Indictment says the suspects decided to assault an Arab after walking in a right-wing march; four Arabs arrested for allegedly attacking Jewish family in Israel's north

Netanyahu won’t oppose resumption of protests against him, say reports

Another weekend of neighbourhood protests by tens of thousands; only one indictment from dozens of attacks against protesters

AG holding talks over whether Netanyahu should step aside over abuse of office

Consultations come because of conflict of interest Mandelblit sees in Netanyahu's attempts to undermine criminal case against him by attacking law enforcement officials

Netanyahu worried court could block him from serving again as PM

He could be forced to give Gantz his post if High Court rules indicted politicians cannot serve as PM; court dismisses petition by concerned business leaders as premature

High Court to consider if an indicted Netanyahu can form government

Hearing to be held on Tuesday, law offers no clear standard for PM’s eligibility to form government in case of indictment

‘Slowly, the Israeli leadership cares about power more than society’

‘It’s getting closer to the Arab world’: Ben Lynfield takes the pulse of the Palestinian street and hears Netanyahu should go to prison but Gantz and Sa’ar won’t be much better

Mandelblit condemns threats against prosecutors over Netanyahu cases

Attorney General rebukes the PM over coup comments as two senior prosecutors are forced to have bodyguards ‘solely because they carried out their duties’

With challengers circling, Netanyahu agrees to hold leadership primary

Gideon Sa’ar is main rival to replace him as Likud leader in vote after Knesset is dissolved; poll finds most Israelis think he should step down

BOMBSHELL: Netanyahu indicted, will stand trial for bribery, fraud

In historic ruling, Netanyahu becomes first sitting prime minster to face criminal charges. He claims police set him up, rejects the charges and refuses to stand down, throwing Israel into uncharted waters

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