The charges included bribery, breach of trust and fraud. It's the first decision of its kind against a serving Israeli prime minister.
Lisa Bloom says investigations are "just getting started," as the Duke of York faces mounting pressure in the wake of his BBC interview.
Some protesters told Reuters they were holding out not for a showdown with police, but because they were innocent and looking for an escape route.
The Duke of York has also said he will help with any investigations into his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
The failure to form a coalition pushes Israel closer toward an unprecedented third election in less than a year.
Mundipharma, a drug company owned by the Sackler family, used false claims to push the opioid in China.
After a years-long legal tussle over the property, Austrian officials said they'll be inviting architects to submit plans for the building's redesign.
In a statement early Wednesday, the military says fighter jets struck dozens of targets.
Amnesty International said Tuesday that at least 106 protesters in 21 cities had been killed during unrest that broke out over a rise in fuel prices last week.
KPMG, Barclays and other business have vanished from the Pitch@Palace website amid the prince's ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks, who had been held since 2016, were released in exchange for three top Taliban figures.
The rise of right-wing leaders after the fall of President Evo Morales is "a recipe for catastrophe."
“We’ve been trapped here for too long. We need all Hong Kongers to know we need help,” said a 19-year-old protester on the Polytechnic University campus.
The "acqua alta," or high waters, have flooded the city three times in less than a week.
A UN envoy proposed talks between Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Áñez and self-exiled leader Evo Morales, as the political crisis leaves at least 23 dead.
Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday cautiously backed the government’s decision to raise gasoline prices by 50% after days of widespread protests.
The violence has posed the gravest popular challenge to Chinese President Xi Jinping since he came to power in 2012.
Documents obtained by The New York Times show how China has directed officials to handle the mass detention of Uighur Muslims.