Reporters Without Borders said on Friday it had "deep reservations" about a plea bargain in which Israeli journalist Uri Blau will serve four months' community service for possessing secret military documents.
- 4 September, 2012 -- Israel reporter sentenced over secret army papers
A reporter with Israel's Haaretz newspaper, Uri Blau, was sentenced to four months of community service under a plea bargain for possessing classified military documents, the court said.
- 3 September, 2012 -- Court approves Uri Blau’s plea bargain
Journalism embroiled in Anat Kam espionage affair to serve four months of community service
- 30 May, 2012 -- Israel to try reporter over leaked army documents
Israel's attorney general has decided to put a journalist on trial over secret military documents he received from a former soldier who is now in prison for spying, the justice ministry said on Wednesday.
- 4 August, 2012 -- Israelis protest tax hikes, lack of universal enlistment
Several thousand Israelis demonstrated their discontent at government austerity measures and the lack of universal military service in two separate protests in Tel Aviv late on Saturday.
- 26 September, 2012 -- Iconic Israeli newspaper on the verge of collapse
Throughout much of Israel's history, the Maariv daily was known as the "country's paper," the newspaper with the highest circulation and a cornerstone of Israeli media. Now it is on its last legs — the victim, some say, of a Jewis...