Biden urges Netanyahu to abandon judicial overhaul that sparked protests
The Israeli leader responds by saying he does not make decisions based on pressure from abroad.
Netanyahu suspends judicial overhaul after day of Israeli turmoil
While Netanyahu says the plans would ensure a proper balance between the elected government and the judiciary, they have drawn sustained and furious opposition.
Israel's Netanyahu fires minister after judicial reform comments
Yoav Galant's call for a halt to the reforms came as lawmakers are due to vote this coming week on a central part of the proposals, which would change the way judges are appointed.
Israel's Netanyahu greeted by protesters ahead of London meeting with UK PM
Protesters could be heard shouting 'Netanyahu go to jail, you can't speak for Israel'.
Netanyahu involvement in judicial overhaul illegal, says Israel AG
Attorney-General Gali Baharav-Miara says the legal situation is clear.
Israel ratifies law limiting conditions for a Netanyahu ouster
The amended definition for the 'incapacity' of national leaders is among legislative measures by the religious-nationalist coalition that have tipped Israel into crisis.
Israel police crack down on legal reform protest
The rally in Tel Aviv came as lawmakers in Jerusalem passed in preliminary reading a bill limiting the chances of a prime minister being impeached.
Israel govt advances judicial reforms decried by protesters
Lawmakers debate three new points of the divisive package, which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government argues is designed to limit judicial overreach.
Israel in turmoil as parliament to hold first reading of judicial reforms
Polls have found that most Israelis want the reforms slowed to allow for dialogue with critics, or shelved altogether.
Jerusalem Christians say they feel growing harassment
Israeli police say they have stepped up patrols around Christian sites in Jerusalem as churches report abuse by Jews following the swearing-in of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hard-right government.
Israelis hold mass protest outside parliament against judicial reforms
The measures have provoked widespread criticism and charges that they would give the legislative branch nearly unchecked authority.
Thousands rally in Israel for sixth week against justice reforms
While there were no official figures on turnout, Israeli media reported around 50,000 demonstrators, with the liberal daily Haaretz reporting up to 75,000.