Israeli artist mocks Netanyahu in 'Last Supper' installation
An Israeli artist mocks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a re-enactment of "The Last Supper" installed in central Tel Aviv, a day after people protesting against him in the city were beaten and bloodied.
Thousands of protesters in Israel call on Netanyahu to resign
Critics say Benjamin Netanyahu is unfit to lead at a time when he is on trial for corruption. Israelis are also voicing their anger at worsening unemployment and the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Israel ends 500-day political crisis with inauguration of Netanyahu-Gantz unity government
After nearly 18 months without a government, Israel has sworn in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former rival Benny Gantz in a power-sharing agreement.
Ehud Olmert tells FRANCE 24: 'Benjamin Netanyahu has to go home'
In a wide-ranging interview in Tel Aviv, former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert discussed the country's ongoing formation of a government and openly criticised his successor and rival Benjamin Netanyahu who, he says, is "not capable of continuing". He also addressed the issue of Iran, which regularly threatens Israel.
Netanyahu pulls bid for immunity over corruption charges
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has withdrawn a request for immunity from prosecution over corruption charges. Ahead of a meeting with US President Donald Trump, he decried the proceedings as a "circus."
Israel: Netanyahu declares primary election victory
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu has declared victory in the primary for his conservative Likud party. The longtime PM's win ensures the embattled leader a place in Israel's federal election, the third in 12 months.
Will election-weary Israelis end Benjamin Netanyahu's rule?
It is unprecedented even in Israeli politics: Voters are going to the polls for the second time in six months. And Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political survival.
Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu calls for unity government after election deadlock
Benjamin Netanyahu has called on his main political rival, Benny Gantz, to form a unity government with him. The Israeli prime minister made the offer after a second general election failed to produce a clear winner.