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Livni's Hatnuah becomes first party to join coalition
Tzipi Livni to be appointed justice minister and receive authority to conduct diplomatic negotiations on behalf of Netanyahu Netanyahu: Israel needs a broad unity government Next coalition deals will likely be signed with Kadima and haredi parties.
 
Mati Tuchfeld | Netanyahu turns up the heat on Bennett
Netanyahu's decision to move forward with Livni, Kadima's Shaul Mofaz and the haredim will create an impossible environment for those who have aligned themselves with Lapid.
 
Sigal Arbitman | Purim isn't just for the kids
The pleasure of being someone else for a moment doesn't disappear after age 25.
Boaz Bismuth | Australia has more to investigate
It appears that there was a communication breakdown between Australia's different intelligence organizations.
Dan Margalit | Livni's back, for better or worse
Hatnuah joining the government may be awkward, but it is a relief to know Livni will serve as justice minister.
Nadav Shragai | Tell Obama about our right to the land
The upcoming presidential visit, like those before it, will focus exclusively on security issues, and won't touch on our historical rights to places like Hebron.
Employee says she had nothing to do with 'Sa'ar Document'
The police consider her testimony credible and now plan to focus on who forged the document, what his or her motives were, and why it surfaced just recently.
Yaakov Borovsky | Public anonymity
Since when does an anonymous letter serve as a basis for opening a criminal investigation?
Israel Prison Service personnel may be tried for Zygier's suicide
Four relatively low-level Prison Service employees likely to be tried for dereliction of duty in Zygier suicide Der Spiegel: Ben Zygier was recruited for Mossad through Melbourne's Jewish community security organization.
Dershowitz warns that papal candidate is an anti-Semite
Harvard legal professor Alan Dershowitz writes letter to the Miami Herald calling Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga of Honduras a "notorious anti-Semite" who should not be permitted to become the next pope.
Acid attack may leave 17-year-old Nazareth girl blind
Suspect is 51-year-old man who allegedly wanted to marry the girl, attacking her after her family refused the proposal Girl is in serious condition at Rambam Hospital as doctors work to save her eyesight Suspect's lawyer denies allegations.
EU blacklisting of Hezbollah would disrupt financing
Homefront Defense Minister Avi Dichter in Paris to discuss designation of Hezbollah as terror organization Dichter: "Europe, that's the real base of Hezbollah. ... If they won't be able to gather money ... in Europe, they are going to be in trouble."
Romania: Israeli doctor arrested for illegal human egg trafficking
Police statement: Most of the people who benefited from the service were Israeli women ... suspects made "considerable financial gains" Eggs harvested from Romanian women aged 18 to 30 and sold for large profits.
Sharansky re-elected as Jewish Agency chairman
Jewish Agency Board of Governors re-elect Natan Sharansky for another term at Jerusalem meeting this week Board also calls on U.S. President Barack Obama to pardon convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard Sharansky first elected in June 2009.
UN urges solution 'without delay' on Palestinian prisoners
U.N. spokesman says Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is deeply concerned about the condition of Palestinian hunger strikers in Israeli jails Ban expressed his concerns to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a phone conversation Monday.
Kerry to skip Israel on first Middle East trip
New U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to depart on Sunday for nine-nation trip through Europe and the Middle East Despite not coming to Israel this time, Kerry will take part in U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the country next month.