Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called an emergency security meeting after a wave of violence by Palestinians. Three Israelis have died and around twenty others have been wounded in shooting and stabbing attacks.
An Israeli NGO has demanded an apology from Israel's top prosecutor for allegedly interviewing the wrong victim during a probe into the assault of a Palestinian man. The NGO claims that its integrity has been attacked.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has denied a request to pardon Elor Azaria, who is currently serving an 18-month prison sentence. Azaria was convicted of manslaughter after killing a wounded Palestinian attacker.
Over 5,000 women from both Israel and the Palestinian territories have arrived in Jerusalem after a two-week march through Israel and the West Bank. They are calling for a peace deal.
Israeli forces arrested two people and closed down eight Palestinian media production companies working with Hamas-linked TV channels. The broadcasters repeatedly "inspired" terror attacks, Israeli officials claim.
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