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Israelis press on with protests against new government

Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered in Tel Aviv on Saturday night to protest plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's new government to overhaul the judicial system, measures that opponents say imperil the country's democratic foundation.

Israeli media, citing police, said some 100,000 people were out protesting.

Most defendants in Balkan Warrior trial plead guilty

More than a decade after being exposed in a major sting operation that also involved the US Drug Enforcement Administration, most of the defendants in the Balkan Warrior cocaine trafficking case pleaded guilty, including chief defendant Dragan Tošić, according to a report by the news portal 24ur.com.

Novak still awaits his match - and it's not starting yet

The biggest "culprits" for that are Matteo Berrettini and Andy Marrey who played the match in five sets and it ended in a super-tiebreak after the results 2:2 and 6:6.
Then Tamara Zidanek and Ons Jabeur suddenly "entered" the night program and fought a big battle in the first set, also decided in a long 13th game.