Police arrive at Prime Minister's Residence to question Netanyahu

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January 2, 2017 18:47

 
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Police on Monday arrived at the Prime Minister's Residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem to question Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption allegations.

Netanyahu  is suspected of receiving improper gifts worth hundreds of thousands of shekels from Israeli and foreign businessmen, in a manner which breached his duty of trust as a public servant, according to Hebrew media reports.

The Prime Minister’s Residence was closed off and a black veil erected to keep out the media’s eyes.

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