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WILL THE Submarine Affair eventually sink Netanyahu?

Case 3000 indictments advanced against some Netanyahu aides

State announces indictments in "Submarine Affair" against the prime minister's former chief of staff and other senior officials. Netanyahu's closest confidant and ex-navy chief won't be charged.

Netanyahu's trial: Yeshua was asked to censor a picture of Yair

This is the sixth day of the trial dealing with Yeshua's testimony, considered a key witness in the case.

Black Flags demonstrators protesting the arrest of brig.-gen. (res.) Amir Haskel

Protests against public corruption outside PM's residence, roads blocked

Protesters chanted: "This is not an emergency government for combating coronavirus, but a corrupted government for combating its citizens."

Minister of Health Yuli Edelstein speaks during a press conference about the coronavirus COVID-19, a

Coronavirus cabinet to consider new restrictions

Infectious disease head: Israel 'about to lose control' of pandemic

INTERIOR MINISTER Arye Deri at the Knesset

NGO to High Court: A-G must decide Deri’s criminal cases pre-election

An NGO has petitioned the Supreme Court to finally decide on Interior Minister Arye Deri's two-year-old corruption accusations.

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.

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.

Is new comptroller panel about diversity or protecting PM? - analysis

Critics of the committee have slammed the appointments as motivated entirely to help Netanyahu get permission to use donations from tycoon allies to pay his legal defense.

Israeli Supreme Court

Why can’t Israel kick public corruption? - Analysis

All of them are, of course, innocent until proven guilty; however, such a lengthy list raises questions over how this can happen and how to prevent it.

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