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Seventh week of protests in Israel over Netanyahu's planned judicial reforms


Seventh week of protests in Israel over Benjamin Netanyahu's planned judicial reforms that would allow the government to overrule the Supreme Court

Added on the 19/02/2023 12:02:44 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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