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Herzliya house for sale Photo; Eyal Izhar Hapoalim receiver selling Herzliya house for NIS 50m

The house, foreclosed from a Belgian businessperson, is located on Israel's most expensive street.

Shari Arison  photo: Yossi Zeliger BoI seen demanding clarifications from Arison

Being questioned under caution in the Shikun & Binui bribery affair could put Shari Arison's bank control permit in jeopardy.

Israel Police Photo: Eyal Fisher Senior gov't official arrested in graft case

Israel Police detained 13 people and carried out searches this morning.

Bribery Photo: Shutterstock Why the sudden flurry of o'seas bribery probes?

Bribery of a foreign public servant has been illegal in Israel since 2008, but there were no investigations until November 2016.

Shari Arison Photo: Yossi Zeliger Police question Shari Arison in Shikun & Binui bribery probe

It is suspected that Shikun & Binui executives bribed a foreign employee in Kenya to promote its projects.

Mizrahi Tefahot Photo: Eli Yizhar BoI demands Mizrahi Tefahot set aside $100m for US probe

The Supervisor of Banks demanded an increase in the provision  even before the "offer" by the US investigative agencies to settle the affair for a $342 million payment.

Elad Netz Photo: Gal Natan Israel's first lawyers' shared workspace set to open

Partners & Co. in Tel Aviv's Ha'arba'ah St. will offer all the space, tools and services required by elite legal professionals, under one shared roof.

Israel Police Photo; Shlomi Yosef Crime downtrend in Israel may be misleading

Adv. Dr. Dana Pugach, a leading expert in criminal justice, argues that there is a decrease in the reporting of crime, not a decrease in crime.

Daphna Fisher Photo: PR Class action suits in Israel can challenge the law

A Supreme Court ruling on payments to Israel Electric employees passed on to customers, means consumers can receive remedies for unjust government actions.

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