Police begin questioning Netanyahu for 4th time in corruption case

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March 6, 2017 16:59

 
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Police on Monday afternoon began to question Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu under caution for a fourth time in recent months. The investigation will reportedly deal with both criminal investigations into Netanyahu, termed Case 1000 and Case 2000.

The probe into Case 1000 may take longer than previously thought, with it now expected to end sometime in April instead of in late March, as investigators had difficulty coordinating the questioning with Netanyahu due to his extensive foreign travel, Channel 2 reported.

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