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>> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing new legal trouble after police on Sunday recommended indicting him and his wife on charges of bribery and fraud. Authorities allege Netanyahu gave special treatment to Israeli telecom giant, Bezeq in exchange for more positive news coverage of him and his wife, Sarah.
This is the third corruption case to embroil the Israeli leader. One of the other two cases centers on similar allegations he traded favors with an Israeli newspaper seeking better press. The final decision on whether to indict Netanyahu rests with Israel's attorney general who is still weighing whether to charge him in the other two corruption cases.
The four term prime minister has denied any wrong doing. Dismissing the accusations as a witch hunt orchestrated by the media.>>