A government spokesman confirmed that the Stena Impero, held for more than two months, was free to leave.
One of the two men is expected to get permission soon to try to form a new government.
The culture war that left Israel’s election in a dead heat is reflected in the fight over Beitar Jerusalem’s future.
President Reuven Rivlin is in consultations with key parties over who will form the next government.
"The brilliant US air defense systems could not repel an attack," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Friday.
“Less than a year ago he was completely non-factor in the political system, and now he’s a few steps away from entering the prime minister’s office.”
Saud al-Qahtani, a former adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was sanctioned by the United States last year for his role in the killing of the Post columnist.
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Trump is walking a seemingly contradictory line on the Middle East, empowering a foe willing to test his resolve.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in the Persian Gulf region conferring with allies to decide on a response.
Almost a year after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia retains little international sympathy.
Benny Gantz, whose Blue and White party finished first in the election, insists he must lead the new government.
Amid Iran’s warning to the U.S., Saudi Arabia revealed weapons debris from the oil attacks.
The second election in five months has failed to produce conclusive results.
Exit polls show Netanyahu tied or slightly trailing his main rival and his fate uncertain.
A once-obscure law professor and a jailed media tycoon lead a crowded field, with all of the votes counted from Sunday’s election.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has mocked the kingdom, suggesting it should have bought Russia's S-400 missile-defense system instead.
Looming over the embattled prime minister are potential charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust.
U.S. and Saudi officials reject claims by Yemen’s Houthi rebels that they carried out the strike.
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If the Israeli prime minister returns to power and follows through on his promises, he may confirm a dark reality of the Israeli state.
Following Saturday’s drone strikes of Saudia Arabian oil facilities, these are the countries that are affected the most.