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An inquiry into a 2012 naval procurement deal has been launched by the Israeli cabinet, which threatens to create serious problems for former PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
The December plea agreement comes after ultra-Orthodox Shas head Aryeh Deri, 62, was previously found guilty of offences including breach of trust and bribery in 1999.
Of the 17, seven are serving prison sentences, with five detained under administrative detention and another five yet to receive a verdict, the Journalists' Support Committee revealed.
Palestinian foreign minister Riyad Al-Maliki blasted the international community for its 'bias' towards Israel as it demolished a family home in the Sheikh Jarrah area of East Jerusalem.
The foreign ministries of four European countries urged Israel to stop the construction of new housing units in occupied East Jerusalem
An Israeli minister, Omer Barlev, has dismissed claims that the police used sophisticated NSO Group spyware to hack the phones of protesters.
The Israeli Jerusalem municipality says it is enforcing a court order against illegal buildings in an area destined for a school for children with special needs. Palestinian residents describe the project as a Jewish religious school.