Netanyahu Corruption Cases: Israeli PM accused of wrongly receiving gifts

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing critical challenges on multiple fronts. He’s still trying to form a government after an indecisive election result – but he’s also facing charges in three seperate corruption cases.

From Wednesday, his lawyers will be fighting to get those charges dropped in a series of pre-trial hearings.


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