The Newsmakers

Netanyahu Corruption Case: Israeli PM questioned in corruption probe

Israeli police have been interviewing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu again, as they investigate several allegations of corruption and bribery. Despite electoral successes during the last decade, Netanyahu could become the second successive leader of Israel to be indicted. Iolo ap Dafydd looks at the political implications for the country, and how it may impact Palestinians.

Netanyahu Corruption Charges

Netanyahu Corruption Charges

Israeli Politics: Netanyahu's corruption allegations scrutinised

Israeli Politics: Netanyahu's corruption allegations scrutinised

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Should the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu stay in office?

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