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Police advised the public to be cautious around suspicious objects, whether they be kites or balloons.
Groups demand an independent probe into incidents surrounding the protest.
Nitzan said that after reviewing additional evidence from the Shin Bet, neither he nor the agency could determine whether terror motives were involved on the part of the Beduin driver.
Erdan explained that after examining the situation, including that elections have been scheduled for April 9, appointing a new police commissioner might be viewed as tainted by politics.
By ALON EINHORN
Israel Police and Israel Prison Service (IPS) intelligence officials were called to the scene.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
So far no casualties have been reported in the incident.
By MAARIV ONLINE
"Netanyahu and all Likud ministers whose political career depends on Netanyahu should not have decided on the future of the police commissioner," said Zionist Union chairman Avi Gabbay.
The resignations of Yaakov Nagel and Iris Stark comes following an interim order by the High Court of Justice to freeze the proceedings of the Goldberg committee.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
In letter to Erdan and Alsheich, Arab officials demand probe of policing in their sector.
"The lap dances, posing for years as ‘an innocent dance’ are essentially a sexual act of physical contact intending to please customers.”
By HADAS LABRISCH
“I did not receive a bribe,” Bitan said. “I never received money in my roles in the city of Rishon Lezion, and anyone who says otherwise is lying.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
Elisha Chayavtov confessed to a murder after being completely cut off from the world. He has now been released, after seven years of imprisonment. The judges: “Fundamental flaws in investigation."
By AVISHAI GRINZAIG/MAARIV
"Beyond possible attempts to harm the participants of the march, it is important to remember... past attempts to carry out terrorist attacks," said Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich.
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
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