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Israeli Police Push For Prime Minister Netanyahu's Indictment On Corruption Charges

After more than a year of investigations into bribery, fraud and breach of trust allegations, officials have recommended that prosecutors pursue the charges.

Isreali police are urging the attorney general to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in two corruption cases involving bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

The recommendation is the result of more than into allegations that Netanyahu improperly accepted expensive gifts including pink champagne and cigars

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