Israel’s parliament on Monday approved a law that would curb the oversight powers of the courts, a measure that has divided the country and prompted mass protests.

Tens of thousands of protesters converged on the Knesset building where the vote took place. Opposition MPs boycotted, allowing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling coalition to pass the bill with 64 votes to 0...

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