Netanyahu questioned for fifth time by police

Israeli premier denies any wrongdoing

10 November, 10:49

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, NOVEMBER 10 - Israeli Premier Benyamin Netanyahu was questioned by police for the fifth time on Thursday evening in connection with two separate corruption probes. "We confirm that the prime minister was questioned for four hours at his residence in Jerusalem as part of the investigations being carried out by the anti-corruption unit," the police said in a statement. Netanyahu is suspected of accepting gifts and favours from wealthy businessmen allegedly in return for advancing their interests - allegations that he has always denied.

    "There won't be anything because there wasn't anything," he wrote on Twitter after Thursday's questioning. (ANSAmed).

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