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High Court hears NGO request to reopen Umm al-Hiran probe

Watchdog has rejected opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu's accusation of cover-up.

Georges Fenech Israel

Inmates riot across prisons in Israel as manhunt for escaped prisoners continues

Islamic Jihad inmates not transferred from Ofer Prison due to fears of violent resistance.

Sa'ar to expand court privileges, crack down on Arab crime

"We have a problem that cannot be brushed off," Sa'ar said, speaking at the funeral of the advisor to the Education Minister Sahar Ismael who was shot to death on August 15.

Firefighters plant trees in charred Jerusalem area in symbolic event

Commanders of the fight against the Jerusalem-area fire two weeks ago planted trees near the six towns that were damaged by the fire on Monday.

Arab activists: Police not doing enough to combat crime

“We don’t need enhancement or reform. Instead, we need a process of rebuilding. We cannot build on what has already failed."

PM Naftali Bennett and Israel Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai

The bloodbath in the Arab community in Israel must end

One might think that this is just internal mafia gangs fighting, but it isn’t. Al-Wahwah was a student and a Magen David Adom volunteer.

Israeli-Arab murder spate continues - Three men shot dead hours apart

26-year old Abed Qurmata was killed on Saturday in Kafr Kassem, bringing the total of deaths during the weekend up to three in 24 hours.

Bat Yam man arrested for allegedly tying up, burning dog to death

The dead body of a Malinois dog was discovered at the Komemiyut interchange, with police getting suspicious after noticing its legs and mouth were seemingly tied with adhesive.

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39-year-old DJ arrested for allegedly 'virtually raping' 10-year-old

The suspect was arrested two weeks ago for allegedly assaulting his partner who had caught him sending sexual messages to minors.

30 times more COVID fines lately, but enforcement still face many hurdles

Since the Public Security Ministry took charge of coronavirus regulation enforcement last month there has been limited progress, but there is still much left to do, said D-G Tomer Lotan.

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