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Sara Netanyahu's trial postponed

Court postpones trial of PM's wife for 3 months following request of prosecution and defense.

Sara Netanyahu's trial postponed

Trial of former minister accused of spying for Iran begins

Indictment against Gonen Segev charges 'aid to the enemy during wartime.' His lawyers hope episode receives 'right proportions.'

Trial of former minister accused of spying for Iran begins

IDF to introduce new combat uniform

Trial run will examine comfort, functionality, pocket location, size, necessity, and adaptability of new combat uniform.

IDF to introduce new combat uniform

Anti-BDS activist to be tried for ‘intimidation’ in Spain

Spanish court accepts motion by anti-Israel group to start trial against leader of anti-BDS group over alleged intimidation.

Anti-BDS activist to be tried for ‘intimidation’ in Spain

'Ya'alon used Azariya to forward his political agenda'

Expert says military trial was not fair and could not have been fair, opines Defense Minister used Azariya to forward political agenda.

'Ya'alon used Azariya to forward his political agenda'

Police: Salah to be tried for incitement

Investigation completed against sheikh who heads outlawed Islamic movement, reveals evidentiary foundation against him.

Police: Salah to be tried for incitement

Wounded soldier testifies at Azariya trial

At the trial of Elor Azariya, the soldier wounded by the terrorist in the attack testifies for the defense.

Wounded soldier testifies at Azariya trial

Court believes witness - but acquits defendant

Jerusalem Magistrates Court clears youth of charge of assaulting IDF officer, citing reasonable doubt of mistaken identification by witness.

Court believes prosecution witness - but acquits defendant

Trial of Hevron soldier commences

Jaffa Military Court begins the trial of Sgt. Elor Azariya, who faces charges of manslaughter and inappropriate military conduct.

Trial of Hevron soldier commences

Ben-Eliezer to ask to postpone trial due to health

Lawyers for former MK Binyamin Ben-Eliezer planning to ask that the start of his trial be postponed due to his dialysis treatments.

Former Labor head to ask to postpone trial due to health

Former MK Ben-Eliezer to be tried for corruption

Attorney General announced he will place former MK on trial on a host of charges, including bribery and tax evasion.

Former Labor leader Ben-Eliezer to be tried for corruption

KC Shooter Seeks to Explain Motive at Trial

Trial of Frazier Glenn Miller, who is accused of killing three people at Jewish sites in Kansas City, begins.

Kansas City Shooter Seeks to Explain Motive at Trial

Verdict for Reporter Held in Iran Next Week

Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who is charged with espionage, could receive his verdict as early as next week.

American Reporter Held in Iran May Receive Verdict Next Week

Northern Rabbi Denies Sex Abuse Allegations

Rabbi accused by eight women of indecent conduct waves off allegations as 'nonsense.'

Northern Rabbi Denies Sex Abuse Allegations

Session in Trial of Auschwitz Bookkeeper Canceled

This week's session in the trial of Oskar Groening called off due to his poor health.

Session in Trial of 'Auschwitz Bookkeeper' Called Off

Trial of 32 Jihadists Opens in Belgium

Trial begins of 32 people accused of running or taking part in network to send jihadists to Syria.

Trial of 32 Jihadists Opens in Belgium

'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' To Go on Trial Tuesday

Former Auschwitz, SS guard Oskar Groening, 93, will start trial in Germany Tuesday on charges of 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.

'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' To Go on Trial Tuesday

PA: Don't Blame Us for 'Crazy' Attacks in Israel

Lawyers representing PA at New York terror trial say it's "not right" to hold the PA responsible for terrorist attacks.

PA: Don't Blame Us for 'Crazy and Terrible' Attacks in Israel

PLO Lawyer: Terrorists Acted On Their Own Reasons

Lawyer representing the PLO at a U.S. trial says the PLO never officially sanctioned attacks during the Second Intifada.

Lawyer for PLO: Terrorists Acted 'On Their Own Reasons'

Polanski: 'I Trust' Authorities over Extradition

Filmmaker accused of rape states he will comply with legal proceedings as Polish authorities decide whether to extradite him.

Polanski Says He 'Trusts' Authorities Weighing Extradition

Major Evidence to be Presented in Dadon Trial

Tape of fateful phone call to be played in hearing, just days after alleged murderer of 20 year-old retracts confession.

Major Evidence to be Presented in Shelly Dadon Murder Trial

Frenchmen to Stand Trial for Tel Aviv Hit-and-Run

Claude Khayat and Eric Robic, suspects in death of Israeli woman Lee Zeitouni in 2011, to face up to ten years in prison.

French Nationals to Stand Trial for Tel Aviv Hit-and-Run

Jordanian Bank: Not Connected to Terrorism

Jordan's Arab Bank, accused in New York of aiding terror, says it had no intention of providing support to Hamas.

Jordanian Bank Says it Can't be Connected to Terrorism

'Olmert's Verdict is a Lesson to Us All'

MKs begin to react to the Holyland Affair, condemning the former PM's actions - but praising Israel's fight against corruption.

'Olmert's Verdict is a Lesson to Us All'

Morsi Stands Trial in Egypt for Conspiracy

Morsi's 3rd trial ends before it begins when the defense walks out because of glass partition in the courtroom. 35 also tried for terrorism.

Mohammed Morsi Stands Trial in Egypt for Conspiracy

Longest Trial Ever: Sentenced 23 Years After Crime

23 years after the events themselves, and 11 years after an indictment was first handed down, 2 Israelis were sentenced for embezzling

Longest Trial Ever: Two Sentenced 23 Years After Crime

Morsi Strikes Defiant Tone as Another Trial Begins

"I am the president of the republic," shouts ousted Egyptian president as he faces trial over his escape from prison in 2011.

Morsi Strikes Defiant Tone as Another Trial Begins

Morsi Hatched 'Terror Plot' With Hamas, Hezbollah

Former Egyptian president could face the death penalty if found guilty of charges.

Egypt: Morsi Accused of 'Terrorist Plot' With Hamas, Hezbollah

Nigerian Court Clears Suspected Hezbollah Members

Hezbollah "is not an international terrorist organization in Nigeria", says judge in clearing three of terrorism charges.

Nigerian Court Clears 3 Suspected Hezbollah Members

Mubarak to Face New Trial in Egypt

Egypt’s former president and his two sons to face a new trial for using state funds to acquire personal property.

Mubarak to Face New Trial in Egypt

First Time: Olmert to Testify in Holyland Trial

Former Prime Minister will take the stand in corruption scandal involving luxury housing project.

First Time: Olmert to Testify in Holyland Trial

92-Year-Old Ex-Nazi Now On Trial For Murder

Siert Bruins, a Dutch-born former Nazi, will appear before a German court: accused of killing a resistance fighter back in 1944.

92-Year-Old Ex-Nazi Now On Trial For Murder

Egypt Refers Nine to Trial for 'Spying for Israel'

Egypt's public prosecutor on Wednesday referred nine people, including six foreigners, to trial for allegedly spying for Israel.

Egypt Refers Nine to Trial for 'Spying for Israel'

N. Korea to Put US Citizen on Trial

North Korea says it will put US citizen on trial for trying to overthrow communist regime, amid soaring tensions between the two countries.

N. Korea to Put US Citizen on Trial

Key Witness in Olmert Trial is Dead

S.D., the state's witness in the legal proceedings against former PM, died hours after stormy testimony.

Key Witness in Olmert Trial is Dead

Foreign Ministry Officials Criticize Bibi

Foreign Ministry officials have criticized Netanyahu for planning to reserve the position of Foreign Minister for Avigdor Lieberman.

Foreign Ministry Officials Criticize Bibi Over Lieberman

Lieberman's Trial to Start Sunday

The trial of former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who is accused of fraud and breach of trust, will start Sunday in Jerusalem.

Lieberman's Trial to Start Sunday

Lieberman's Trial to Start February 17

A Jerusalem court sets February 17 as the opening date for former Foreign Minister's trial on corruption charges.

Lieberman's Trial to Start February 17

Trial Begins for Somali Accused of Bomb Plot

The trial began for a Somali-American accused of trying to blow up a crowded US Christmas-tree lighting ceremony.

Trial Begins for Somali-American Accused of Bomb Plot

Colorado Gunman Likely to Face Trial

Lawyers for the Colorado theater gunman declined to make their case at a preliminary hearing, amid new evidence.

Colorado Gunman Likely to Face Trial Amid New Evidence