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.
Israeli PM Netanyahu under pressure to back down on judicial reform
The warning from the head of state who is supposed to stand above politics and whose function is largely ceremonial, underlined the alarm the divisions opened up by the proposals has caused.
U-20 World Cup draw in Indonesia postponed amid protest against Israel participation
The Indonesian Football Association says losing hosting rights will harm local football teams' chances of taking part in other Fifa tournaments in the future.
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.
Defence minister urges pause to reforms as Israelis protest again
The latest demonstration to hit Israel's commercial hub came days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to press on with the changes despite mounting international alarm.
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.
West Bank settlers win Israel parliament vote
The parliamentary vote notably paves the way for Israeli authorities to formally allow settlers to return to Homesh, the only one of the four sites whose residents were forcibly removed before their homes were demolished.
Bar Council should condemn Israeli atrocities as well
Citizens International agrees with Bar Council’s position that upholding international law is important, and asks the council to extend this to the plight of the Palestinian people, too.
Netanyahu softens judicial overhaul but showdown with top court looms
The reforms sought by Netanyahu's coalition have triggered unprecedented street demonstrations and stirred worries among Western allies who see a threat to the independence of Israel's justice system.
Israeli minister's 'no Palestinians' tirade sparks Arab outcry
Bezalel Smotrich already faced international rebuke in early March after calling for a Palestinian town in the occupied West Bank to be 'wiped out'.