Israeli high court allows Benjamin Netanyahu to form government despite indictments; PM set for record fifth term
In a ruling late on Wednesday, Israel’s Supreme Court refused to bar Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from forming a government, clearing the last major obstacle to his claiming a record fifth term as Israel’s leader
Israel political impasse ends: Benjamin Netanyahu to remain PM as Benny Gantz accepts unity government proposal
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his former challenger, Benny Gantz, agreed Monday night to establish a unity government, a deal that finally breaks a yearlong political impasse and keeps Netanyahu in office as he faces trial on corruption charges
The Israel president on Thursday handed the task of forming a government to Parliament, starting a 21-day countdown that could lead to new elections, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief rival, Benny Gantz, missed another midnight deadline to reach a power-sharing agreement
Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu seeks immunity from corruption charges in a bid to delay trial till March elections
Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted in November on charges of accepting bribes, fraud, and breach of trust
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu wins Likud party leadership race in a big boost ahead of 2020 general elections
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily won a vote to keep the Likud party helm, the party said on Friday, in a boost ahead of what is likely to be a hard-fought general election in March
After Benjamin Netanyahu's indictment on corruption charges, PM and Israel face uncertain and chaotic future
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on Thursday indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust in a set of long-running corruption cases, throwing his political future into doubt and heightening the uncertainty and chaos surrounding Israel's fitful, yearlong struggle to choose its next leader
Israel elections 2019: Benjamin Netanyahu faces key test in bid to remain PM as unity govt talks hit roadblock; corruption hearing today
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a key day Wednesday in his attempt to remain premier, with both a planned corruption hearing and his unity government talks nearing a dead end.
Israel election 2019: Benjamin Netanyahu faces ‘difficult task’ of forming new govt as Benny Gantz refuses alliance over corruption charges
Israel’s president on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new government, giving the longtime leader the difficult task of breaking a post-election deadlock that has paralysed the country’s political system.
Netanyahu renews call for challenger Gantz to join him after president Rivlin tasks Israel PM to form new govt
Israel's president on Wednesday tasked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with forming a new government after last week's deadlocked elections, his office announced
Israel elections 2019: Benjamin Netanyahu trails by one vote as Benny Gantz's party leads with 33 seats out of 120
Israel's election committee published final results from last week's election on Wednesday that gave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud an additional seat, but which did not change the deadlock the country faces
Israel election 2019: 'Tight race’ between Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Gantz; unity govt with Avigdor Lieberman's party could be on cards
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main challenger Benny Gantz awaited results from the country's general election on Wednesday after exit polls showed them locked in a tight race, leaving the country in suspense.
Israel election 2019: Benjamin Netanyahu battles for political survival after exit polls, rival Benny Gantz says 'it appears PM is defeated'
Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in a battle for political survival after exit polls following Tuesday’s election showed the race too close to call and the Israeli leader’s decade-long grip on power slipping
Israel votes to decide political relevance of Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Gantz; Avigdor Lieberman likely to be kingmaker
Israel voted in its second election in five months on Tuesday that will decide whether or not to extend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's term as the country's longest-serving prime minister despite corruption allegations against him.
Benjamin Netanyahu to visit India on 9 September, eight days before unprecedented repeat polls in Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to India on a day-long visit on September 9 to meet his counterpart, Narendra Modi.
Israel election: Benjamin Netanyahu poised to win historic fifth term despite allegations of corruption
True to form, Netanyahu issued a deeply controversial pledge only three days before the election, saying he planned to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank should he win.
Benjamin Netanyahu indicted on bribery, breach of trust and fraud by Israeli attorney general Avichai Mandelblit
Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted for bribery, breach of trust and fraud, media reports said Thursday ahead of a widely expected announcement.
As Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu battles bribery charges, here is what the future may hold in store for him
Israeli police on 13 February recommended that the 68-year-old, four-term prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery in two cases. On Friday, he was questioned in connection with a third investigation
PM Netanyahu said a long-dormant Arab peace initiative with the Palestinians that he has spoken of reviving must be changed before Israel can support it.
Rivlin, a stalwart in the governing Likud Party, now faces the difficult task of succeeding Shimon Peres, a Nobel peace laureate who became an all-star on the international stage.