Police say they will question Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Friday for the 10th time over corruption allegations that forced him to resign.
Detectives are investigating suspicions that Olmert accepted cash-stuffed envelopes from a Jewish-American businessman and claimed false travel expenses before he became prime minister in 2006. Olmert denies any wrongdoing.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Thursday that Olmert would face questions for about two and a half hours at his Jerusalem residence.
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