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Police 'likely to recommend' indictment of Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges

Independent Friday, 10 February 2017
Police are likely to recommend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is indicted after an investigation into bribery allegations, national broadcaster Channel 2 has reported.
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