Israel's Bezeq to convert payphones into defibrillator stations

Bezeq has long attempted to get rid of the pay phones, which are hardly used but expensive to maintain.

The logo of Bezeq Israeli Telecommunication Corp Ltd, the country's largest telecom group, is seen.
Bezeq's Pelephone bids for Israeli mobile rival Golan Telecom

The proposal is valid until April 15 and is subject to various conditions, including signing a binding agreement.

Netanyahu’s lawyers: Positive coverage in media isn’t a bribe

The lawyers responded to Shimoni’s court ruling, which has similar characteristics to Case 4000.

Sara, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, arrives at a court hearing in fraud trial
Case 4000: 'What helps them, helps us,' - former Walla CEO Ilan Yeshua

New transcripts published from case 4000 paint a problematic picture for Israel's 'royal couple', who seem to have been in complete and absolute control of their image on the news site Walla.

Sara, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, arrives at a court hearing in fraud trial
Sara Netanyahu interrogated: I'm being trampled like a cockroach

The PM's wife admitted to trying to influence the was she was portrayed by the news site Walla, but denied a tie between that and the Bezeq-Yes merger and alleged regulatory favors from Elovitch

THE FALSE narratives about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also make the establishment of a unity
What flipped key state’s witness against Netanyahu in Case 4000? - analysis

In one of the narratives, the police used any and all means.

Prosecution moves forward on Bezeq file which led to Case 4000 against PM

Originally, the Bezeq file was a story about an illegal merger between Bezeq and YES, both of which Elovitch is involved with.

Benjamin Netanyahu
Netanyahu: The A-G seems to have succumbed to pressure from the Left

Netanyahu continued to explain the consequences this type of indictment could have on the future of the State, claiming that such a decision before an election could help the Left rise to power.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and  Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit
Netanyahu to Mandelblit: I’m not threatening you

The law allows a prime minister to remain in office under indictment, until he is convicted and all avenues of appeal are exhausted.

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