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Benjamin Netanyahu Faces Charges Of Bribery, Fraud And Breach Of Trust

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Benjamin Netanyahu Faces Charges Of Bribery, Fraud And Breach Of Trust

Benjamin Netanyahu Faces Charges Of Bribery, Fraud And Breach Of Trust

Israel’s attorney general unveiled charges made against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

According to CNN, Netanyahu faces charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

This would be the first time in Israel a prime minister faces indictment in criminal investigations.

Since the criminal investigation began three years ago, Netanyahu said he was innocent.

The formal indictment is still a few months away but the charges hurt Netanyahu’s image.

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