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By Sue Surkes. Jordanian citizen indicted in Israel for plot to kill IDF soldier. Mohammad Maslah, 21, entered the West Bank in June and sneaked into Israel from the Tulkarem area on July 22, tried to assault cop during arrest. By TOI staff. Cops shoot, injure Palestinian man who tries to stab them in Hadera. Police identify suspect as year-old from West Bank; no other injuries reported. Frantic Israeli mom watches from platform as train leaves station with her baby. Woman steps off the train briefly to help second child pee when car doors close suddenly; she is later safely reunited with baby girl.
Man killed in suspected gang-related bombing in Hadera. Sharks reel in fans in Eastern Mediterranean winter waters. As sea temperatures drop, sharks seeking warmer waters head to a northern Israeli shore, drawing enthusiasts hoping to catch a glimpse of the enigmatic predators.
By Jonah Mandel. Sharks drawn to warm waters of Hadera power plant. By Alon Bernstein and Isabel Debre. Police say Hadera mayor should stand trial for corruption. Months-long probe ends with recommendation for indictment of Zvi Gendelman and contractor Sammy Levy on charges of fraud, breach of trust, conspiracy, and obstruction. Hadera police deny officer punched Ethiopian-Israeli man in the face, say he was injured during violent outburst at station.