Israel police used spyware and adware on Netanyahu’s son, aides

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police illegally spied on the telephones of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son and members of his interior circle, an area newspaper reported Monday. The report prompted a high-level investigation and threw the previous chief’s corruption trial into disarray.

Netanyahu demanded a “robust and unbiased investigation” into the alleged police misuse of subtle spyware and adware in opposition to him, calling it a “black day for Israel” as proceedings in his trial have been placed on maintain.

Israeli enterprise newspaper Calcalist has printed a collection of current experiences alleging that police used the NSO Group’s controversial

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UA flight to Israel turns again to US mid-flight after passenger riot

An Israel-bound United Airways aircraft that departed from Newark, New Jersey reversed course 90 minutes after takeoff after two economy-level passengers who moved into enterprise class began a riot, experiences say.

The half-empty flight had not but reached the Canadian border January 20 when the unidentified Israeli nationals upgraded their seats and refused to indicate flight attendants their tickets, in response to the The Jerusalem Publish.

Fellow passenger Roi Lotan stated a ‘riot’ began when the duo refused to adjust to the flight crew’s directive en path to Tel Aviv.

‘The flight was half empty and there was room, in

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