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Netanyahu Delays Divisive Judicial Overhaul as Protests Rage

  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel announced that he would delay judicial changes that have set off civil unrest.
  • The move came after a right-wing partner in his governing coalition removed his objections.


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, known for his political skill, seemed to lack an easy way out of the crisis.

These videos, images and maps show the civil unrest surging in Israel.

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