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Netanyahu corruption trial: Prosecutor says Israeli PM's favours were 'currency'

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Israeli prosecutors accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of treating favours as "currency" on Monday at the opening of a corruption trial which, along with an inconclusive election, has clouded his prospects of remaining in office.

Added on the 05/04/2021 16:35:50 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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