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    Israeli Reports Say Netanyahu Met Saudi Crown Prince, but Saudis Deny It

    The reported visit on Sunday night, amid talk of warming relations, would be the first known meeting between high-level Israeli and Saudi leaders.

    Israeli Court Rebukes Prime Minister’s Son Over Harassing Protest Leaders

    Yair Netanyahu tweeted the addresses and phone numbers of three men who led protests against his father’s administration. All three said they later received death threats.
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