International | Prosecutors say evidence is piling up against the Israeli prime minister
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 2/27/18, 03:03 pm
Israeli police this week will question Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in two corruption cases that could herald the end of the four-term leader’s rule.
The interrogation stems from accusations that members of Netanyahu’s administration received more than $1 billion in bribes to obtain nuclear submarines from a German company. In a second case, investigators alleged Netanyahu made a deal worth millions of dollars with Israeli telecom company Bezeq in exchange for the company’s news site, Walla, offering positive coverage of the prime minister and his family.