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A decision regarding Sara Netanyahu’s indictment is expected ‘within days’

Israel Attorney-General to decide within the next few days whether to accept Netanyahu’s plea bargain, or bring her to trial.

Police arrive at Netanyahu’s residence for another round of questioning

The Israel Police has already recommended that Netanyahu be indicted in two of the corruption cases.

Police to question Netanyahu couple again on Monday

Israeli police investigators plan to question Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, again this week regarding Case 4000. Monday’s questioning will...

Israel Police wiretapped suspects in ongoing Bezeq Case

The Israel Police reportedly wiretapped the suspects in the ongoing Case 4000. The investigation includes suspected favorable coverage on Walla! News for Israeli Prime...

Poll: 48% of Israelis believe PM should resign over police recommendations

A day after the Israel Police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two corruption...

US State Dept.: Police recommendations against Netanyahu ‘an internal matter’

US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert has declined to comment on the corruption allegations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling it 'an internal...

Bennett says PM allegations are ‘unpleasant’ but asserts he can stay in power for...

Naftali Bennett, Israel's Education Minister, has said the allegations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, if true, are disturbing, but added that the law allows...

Police Chief to attend Knesset meeting next week, address criticism

Roni Alsheikh, the head of the Israel Police, will be attending a Knesset meeting on Sunday amid severe criticism over his claim on TV...

Netanyahu: “I am only motivated by the interests of the state”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dismissed the various corruption accusations shortly after the Israeli Police publicized its recommendation to indict him, claiming that he...

Kahlon: “I have no intention of leaving the government”

Israeli Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon has declared his support for Prime Minister Netanyahu despite the Israel Police’s recommendation to indict him on corruption charges....