Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu climbs out after a visit inside the Rahav, the fifth submarine in

A-G denies report of escalation of Submarines Affair against Netanyahu

n the Submarines Affair, the police have recommended bribery charges against several top former Netanyahu associates.

Iranian submarine blast kills at least three at Iran military shipyard

Iran has developed a large domestic arms industry after decades of international pressure and despite embargoes that have barred it from importing many weapons.

Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert

Olmert to News 13: Never imagined Germany would sell submarines to Egypt

Olmert, who offered an exclusive interview to Channel 13’s Udi Segal, said he did not think at the time that the shipyard building strategic weapons for Israel would sell submarines to Egypt.

Prosecution threatens to nix immunity deal for key Submarine case witness

Ganor is the former sales representative of Thyssenkrupp Israel, a German company involved with selling Israel nuclear submarines.

iran submarine

Iran foiled plot to disrupt its missile program: Senior IRGC commander

In a first Iran launches cruise missile from submarine during maritime drills.

Israel navy

Case 3000: Netanyahu’s confidant might be suspected in breach of trust, reports say

Th corruption probe into Israel's purchase of German-made naval vessels takes another surprising turn.

Israel navy

Israeli submarines affair: Remands of key suspects extended for five days

One suspect claims that the police are "picking on the small people, afraid of the big ones."

Dolphin-class submarine

Top suspects in Case 3000 released to house arrest

The case has continued to unfold as the summer wears on, with more than one individual turning state's witness.

Dolphin-class submarine

Ex-security adviser due back in court over Israeli submarine scandal

The submarine affair, which police term “Case 3000,” has reportedly made significant developments recently.

Dolphin submarine

Netanyahu: German submarine deal will go through

"Let the investigation be conducted," says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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