By | Al Jazeera | 3 months 1 week ago | World
In televised address, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says police recommendation will 'end with nothing'.
By Yardena Schwartz / Tel Aviv | TIME | 3 months 1 week ago | World
A day after Israeli police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust, the embattled leader responded with the same incredulity and air of suspicion that have characterized his fight for political survival ever since the police investigations began a year ago. On Wednesday morning, Netanyahu compared the police recommendation – which he...
By Loveday Morris | WashPost | 3 months 1 week ago | World
The prime minister has indicated he has no plans of stepping aside even as Israel’s attorney general weighs possible indictment.
By DAVID M. HALBFINGER | NYT | 3 months 1 week ago | World
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel used an appearance at a conference of local government officials in Tel Aviv on Wednesday to mount a detailed defense against corruption allegations.
By | Reuters | 3 months 1 week ago | World
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Key coalition partners said on Wednesday they would stick with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for now, pending a decision by the attorney general whether or not to indict him for bribery as recommended by police.
By Oliver Holmes in Jerusalem | The Guardian | 3 months 1 week ago | World
Israeli prime minister defiant in face of possible indictment, but opposition says his time is up Benjamin Netanyahu has described a police report into allegations of bribery and fraud against him as being “full of holes, like swiss cheese” as he fights for his political life. Following a 14-month investigation into two cases of alleged corruption, police recommended on Tuesday evening that the Israeli...
By Gordon Watts | Asia Times | 3 months 1 week ago | World
A police statement said there was enough evidence to indict the conservative leader for 'bribery, fraud and breach of trust'
By | FOX News | 3 months 1 week ago | World
The Latest in Israel after police recommended corruption charges against embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (all times local): 9:55 a.m.
By | BBC | 3 months 1 week ago | World
The Israeli PM, who could face charges, vows to stay on and brands allegations "baseless".
By Daniel Estrin | NPR | 3 months 1 week ago | World
Israeli police announced that they're recommending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu face charges for corruption. Prosecutors will now decide whether to file a case, but Netanyahu says the police are biased against him.
By Krishnadev Calamur | The Atlantic | 3 months 1 week ago | World
Israeli police recommended Tuesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on charges of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust. The announcement signals the culmination of a year-long investigation into the longtime Israeli leader and sparks questions about his ability to remain in power. Netanyahu is insisting he will remain in office. “Over these years, there have been no less than 15...
By | ABC News | 3 months 1 week ago | World
Netanyahu has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.