Police announced Thursday that it recommends indicting six people for alleged involvement in the corruption case ■ Message on the submarine statue reads 'With Bibi - the state is sinking' Credit: Haaretz - Published
Police reiterate that the prime minister is not a suspect in $2 billion sale of German submarines to Israel.
The post Israeli police recommend trial of Netanyahu’s lawyer, others over bribery.. Credit: Premium Times Nigeria - Published Also reported by •CBC.ca
Badger fans and students are no stranger to pre-game festivities: every home football game is preceded by hours of off-site drinking. With the Badgers' home opener against Western Kentucky not set to..
Israeli police on Thursday recommended bribery charges against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's lawyer and five other suspects in a $2 billion sale of German Thyssenkrupp submarines to Israel. Credit: Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters •Jerusalem Post
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police are recommending that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trusted personal attorney be indicted in a conflict-of-interest case involving a $2 billion purchase of.. Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times •Jerusalem Post
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — The Anderson Police Department is recommending no criminal charges in the death of a 3-year-old who was left in a hot car for more than two hours. Maj. Joel Sandefur said.. Credit: Seattle Times - Published
DELANO, Calif. (AP) — Police in Central California have asked prosecutors to look into filing criminal charges against two Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents involved in a deadly chase. Santo.. Credit: Seattle Times - Published
Netanyahu vows to stay in office even if, as police recommend, he is indicted. His critics say that would be damaging to Israel's democracy. But for his supporters, the long-serving premier has.. Credit: Christian Science Monitor - Published
The recommendations now go to the attorney general, who will review the material before deciding whether to file charges. But the prime minister could soon find himself facing calls to step aside. Credit: Christian Science Monitor - Published