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Shaul Elovitch  photo: Shlomi Yosef Shaul and Iris Elovitch, Netanyahu aide, among Case 4000 suspects

"The evidence in the new affair of Walla! and the Ministry of Communications is very strong," a source close to the investigation told "Globes".

Benjamin Netanyahu (Photo: Reuters) Netanyahu has much to fear from the Bezeq investigation

In Case 4000 there is already strong evidence including dozens if not hundreds of incriminating emails involving the suspects.

Yosef Maiman Photo: Tamar Matsafi Egyptian court rules gas cos must pay EMG $1.033b

EMG co-owner Josef Maiman filed the lawsuit as a Polish citizen.

Arnon Milchan and the Netanyahus Photo: Avi Hayon GPO Israel tax chief gave evidence on "Milchan Law"

Moshe Asher wants to repeal the law, which police allege was enacted by Benjamin Netanyahu's government to give tax exemption to Arnon Milchan.

David Shimron photo: Eyal Izhar Ganor, Shimron and the Caucasus submarine deal

German businessman Michael Herzog: Miki Ganor seemed to regard David Shimron as his business partner.

Aharon Leshno-Yaar Photo: Foreign Ministry Israel signs tenders agreement with NATO

Israeli companies can now bid for defense tenders worth an estimated $4.5 billion.

Avigdor Liberman Photo: Emil Salman, Haaretz Weekend fighting seen tipping balance on defense budget

Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman is demanding more money to meet new threats, despite the accord reached with the Finance Ministry two years ago.

Vladimir Putin  photo: Shutterstock, ASAP Creative Iran testing Israel, Russia

The penetration of Israeli air space by an Iranian drone was part of Iran's quest to change the military equation in the region.

China - Photo: Reuters Chinese option for Israel-Palestinian peace talks

Beijing's pursuit of global influence could contribute to progress in Middle East peace talks, says Dr. Nimrod Goren.

Mike Pence at the Western Wall Photo: Ronen Zevulun, Reuters Western Wall Rabbi apologizes to "Globes"

Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch has sent a letter of apology to "Globes" about the discriminatory treatment received by the newspaper's female diplomatic correspondent last week.

Mike Pence at the Western Wall Photo: Ronen Zevulun, Reuters "Globes" protests gender discrimination during Pence visit

"Globes" correspondent Tal Schneider and other female journalists featured in the international media as they were prevented from properly covering the visit of the US Vice President to the Western Wall.

Keeping warm in Gaza Photo: Ibraheem Abu Mustafa PA imposes taxes on Gaza residents as political ploy

Residents of Gaza are caught in the middle of a power struggle between Fatah and Hamas as the economy heads for disaster.

Robyn Curnow Photo: PR Disruption awaits in 2018

Anchor and host of CNN's International Desk Robyn Curnow, in Jerusalem for the Globes Israel Business Conference, discusses the year ahead.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters Netanyahu may scupper agreed power industry reform

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is believed to prefer tearing up the agreement reached with Israel Electric Corporation workers and pressing for a court ruling limiting their right to strike. 

Israel navy submarine Photo: PR Revealed: ThyssenKrupp paid Michael Ganor €10.2m

"Globes" reveals exclusive details about payments to the German submarine builder's Israeli representative, who bribed senior Israeli military and political figures.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters The assault on clean government

The bill to neuter Israel's State Comptroller is the latest in a series of attacks on the state's watchdogs, observes Tal Schneider.

Vivien Foster Photo: PR World Bank: Palestinian electricity grid to cost $3b

Talks on separating the Palestinian electricity grid from Israel are making progress says the World Bank's Vivien Foster.

Wind farm photo: Orly Ginnosar Galilee residents fear wind farms will dwarf landscape

Power plants and renewable energy farms are replacing agriculture throughout Israel.

King Abdullah II photo: Reuters Downfall of a Jordanian option

A heartening tale of how journalistic solidarity trumped a political illusion.

Binary options Photo: Shutterstock FBI targets Israeli binary options traders

The FBI recently managed to arrest the CEO of an Israeli based binary options company.

Kahlon, Netanyahu  photo: Flash 90 Netanyahu, Kahlon fight proxy war over the disabled

Moshe Kahlon wants the disabled pension linked to future rises in the minimum wage while Benjamin Netanyahu does not.

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