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Netanyahu charged with corruption, says he won't resign

Reuters Thursday, 21 November 2019 ()
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he would not resign despite being charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in a corruption scandal that he denounced as an "attempted coup".
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The corruption allegations facing Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have now resulted in indictments against him. Israel's politics are already so much turmoil that it may face its third election in less than year. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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