Headlines from Israel
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The government passed the 2019 budget Friday morning, which includes cuts to the Foreign Ministry. A previous plan called for the closing of 22 missions worldwide
Jewish American groups call Trump's offensive comments on immigrants from places like Africa 'beneath the dignity of the office' and 'deeply offensive'
White House says announcement expected later Friday ■ Trump may give Congress, EU deadline to address 'loopholes' in Iran deal, NYT reports
It suddenly realized it had power - and started using it
Rabbi Raziel’s murder in a terror attack in the West Bank is a terrible tragedy, but calling for more land theft is not 'a proper Zionist response'
With eye on recent events, military intel warn of potential war ■ Abbas may have backed himself into a corner ■ Gaza threat looms over Israelis
'Investigating a prime minister isn't easy,' state prosecutor Nitzan says, but 'it isn't dictated by politics'
In the Israeli TV series there are no rulers or ruled, no occupation, no historical background, no checkpoints, no poverty, no home demolitions, no expulsions, settlers or violent soldiers
Shortage of Israelis working abroad temporarily in security jobs could cause problem from as early as next week and run well into the summer
Washington Post reports Trump made comment in meeting with lawmakers on immigration deal ■ Preliminary deal reach, now heads to Congress for backing
Nur Tamimi is out of jail after being arrested with her cousin, Ahed, for slapping Israeli soldiers – following the shooting of their cousin Mohammed. If the same thing occurs again, Nur says now, she'll react in the same way
Meanwhile, groundbreaking project with Israeli Arab gets diplomatic visit
Education and defense ministers on board but others holding out for better terms
Trump’s efforts to make American arms makers great again, as well as powerful unions have helped undo one of the country’s biggest firms
'I think there are advantages, both economic and practical, to employing Palestinian workers,' head of key coordination unit COGAT says, urging more work permits for Palestinians
Netanyahu apparently knew about his son's leaked strip club tape and tried to stop it from being published; the parts that weren't broadcast were far harder to digest
The sweep of Liat Ben Ari’s home follows reports that unknown individuals had come to her community seeking information about sensitive cases that she has been handling
Investigators are also said to be investigating the possible involvement of major Israeli companies in the case, local media reports say
Trump faces a Friday deadline on whether to waive sanctions on Iran as part of the 2015 nuclear deal