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Israel's Netanyahu refuses to step down amid corruption charges

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Israel's Netanyahu refuses to step down amid corruption charges

Israel's Netanyahu refuses to step down amid corruption charges

PM has criticised investigators, calling his indictment for bribery, fraud and breach of trust an attempted coup.

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