One man's whipping is another man's DNAA
Questions are raised about the sentencing of Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
Israeli far-right minister backs police after alleged protest violence
National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir says the footage he has seen from protests shows the police using 'reasonable force'.
All 15 Israel Supreme Court judges to hear judicial overhaul petitions
The judicial changes pursued by Netanyahu and his government have sparked an unprecedented crisis in Israel, opening deep divides in society, bruising the economy and drawing concern from Western allies.
Israeli air chief warns of security threat from judicial reform crisis
Israel's democratic foundations are relatively fragile and the Supreme Court is seen as crucial for protecting civil rights and the rule of law.
Israel's Netanyahu takes heat in polls as judicial crisis deepens
The crisis has split Israeli society and hit the economy hard by triggering foreign investor flight, weakening the shekel and raising the spectre of a general strike by the public sector union.
CEOs of Israel's biggest banks warn of fallout from judicial changes
Proponents of the judicial changes say they would restore balance to the branches of government while critics say they would remove vital checks and balances.
Leaked draft judgments an attempt to undermine judiciary, says chief justice
Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat speaks of the challenges faced by the judiciary in the transformation of courtrooms from physical to virtual.
Israelis continue judicial reform protests after budget approved
The government's reform proposals would curtail the authority of the Supreme Court and give politicians greater powers over the selection of judges.
Netanyahu dismisses investor worry over judicial moves as 'momentary fluff'
He says it is an opportunity to make money by betting on what he describes as sound economic fundamentals.
Israel protesters keep up the pressure on Netanyahu
This is despite the prime minister's plans to reform the judiciary being put on hold.
Joint statement by lawyers against intimidation of judiciary
Lawyers slam the attacks against the judiciary and judges following a 'leaked' document from the MACC on supposed conflict of interest.
Israel on 'rampage' against human rights, new HRW chief says
A planned overhaul of the judiciary by Israel's religious-nationalist government would be 'a disaster' for human rights, HRW executive director Tirana Hassan says.
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