Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is praising the US government for passing a law that suspends some financial aid to the Palestinians over the stipends paid to families of Palestinians killed or jailed in fighting with Israel.
Shortly after being investigated on corruption allegations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said in a video he is "absolutely confident" that the allegations against him will prove baseless. The second confidant, Shlomo Filber, has also turned state's witness in the case. In exchange, Netanyahu received positive coverage in Walla, a news site controlled by Elovitch. His questioning lasted about four hours.
A police spokesman confirmed "various investigative activities" linked to the probes, without mentioning the Netanyahus by name.
The prime minister's wife Sara Netanyahu allegedly refused to face two state's witnesses during a police interrogation on Sunday amid the ongoing "Case 4000", the Times of Israel reported. The Haaretz newspaper said he will deliver recordings of Netanyahu and his wife as part of his agreement with police.
Israeli police have already recommended indicting Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two separate cases. It is the first time that Yair Netanyahu has been questioned in the case.
In Case 2000, police are reportedly examining conversations with newspaper proprietor Noni Mozes, leaked excerpts of which were sensationally broadcast on Israeli television earlier this year, which revealed an alleged quid pro quo' arrangement with the Yedioth Ahronoth publisher to limit circulation of the newspaper's main rival in exchange for more favorable coverage.
Israel's attorney general is now reviewing the police recommendations, a process that could take months, and will decide whether to indict Netanyahu.
The cases have given new fuel to opposition calls for Netanyahu to step aside. Early polls would have shifted attention away from his legal problems, and a win would have shored up his position ahead of a possible indictment.
"I love the president and wish him very well", Dowd told NBC News after the first reports of his resignation surfaced. Dowd stirred controversy when he said Mueller's investigation should end, comments he later walked back.
The survey reported high treatment failure and death rates of multi-drug resistant TB patients than the global level. People will usually be coughing up blood containing sputum; they'll have a high fever, night sweats and weight loss.
Leaders approved the strategy this morning at a meeting in Brussels, on the second day of the European Council summit. He added that leaders will also decide then how detailed the early agreement on the future relationship will be.
Trump's attorneys, including Dowd, have been negotiating with Mueller over the scope and terms of an interview with Trump. And now, it seems that, for whatever reason, Trump is having difficulty filling slots on his legal team.
The government's crushing offensive killed almost 1,500 people and wounded more than 5,000, according to opposition activists. Damascus and its ally Moscow have implemented a "leave or die" strategy with deadly air strikes on the enclave.
The dollar eased against a basket of currencies on Friday as trade concerns triggered a bout of investor risk aversion. Tencent fell more than 4 percent after Naspers Ltd. revealed a plan to cut its stake in the Chinese internet giant.
The Belgian worldwide has been far more creative with the ball this season, creating 95 chances this season - 43 more than Salah. People will be out there saying; If you stop Salah from playing, then you stop Liverpool from playing and winning.
This year, it is the first time that a contingent from the UAE military also paraded along with Pakistan armed forces. National Day messages of the President and the Prime Minister of Pakistan were read out.
Warm road temperatures will keep travel conditions mostly wet and slushy Saturday as snow falls throughout the Tri-State. Anyone with travel plans may have difficulty if they are heading north and east of Marion County today .
The police officer who was injured, Det Sgt Nick Bailey , is conscious and in a stable condition - but is no longer critical. A senior Russian diplomat has dismissed British accusations against Moscow over the poisoning of an ex-spy as "jabber".
What we need is to expand universal background checks for gun sales and to ban the sale of semi-automatic assault style rifles. Perpetrators know these laws as well and also know those institutions would be an easy take because no one is armed.
Rights group slams Israeli court system over Tamimi's conviction
Tamimi was arrested four months ago after she was filmed slapping and shoving IDF soldiers in her West Bank village of Nebi Saleh. Both Ahed Tamimi and her mother were ordered held in custody throughout their trials, while Nour Tamimi had been freed on bail.
Auto bomb kills 2 in Egypt's Alexandria
It has also killed scores of members of Egypt's minority Coptic Christian community in church bombings and shootings. The interior ministry says at least 2 people were killed, including a police officer, and 5 others were injured.
After dodging storm, region hopes for spring
Amtrak operated a reduced schedule on many lines, including its busy Northeast Corridor line between Washington, D.C., and Boston. The flight-tracking site FlightAware reported more than 3,000 canceled flights across the US on Wednesday, most in the Northeast.
Dropbox Enters the Market With a Bang
Dropbox , based in San Francisco and founded 11 years ago, began as a free service to store large files like photos and music. Smaller rival Box.com is the closest comparable pure-play in cloud storage, and trades at 6.1 times sales in comparison.