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Netanyahu's favours were 'currency', prosecutor says as corruption trial starts

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Israeli President Reuven Rivlin began consulting with party heads on who might form the next coalition government

Netanyahu's favours were 'currency', prosecutor says as corruption trial starts

By Reuters | 5 days ago

What Raila means when he says he avoided crowds

What Raila means when he says he avoided crowds

Why don’t Kenyans believe that Raila has been avoiding crowds? Baba doesn’t require any effort to fill Uhuru Park with a crowd.

Kizito Namulanda | 9 days ago

Australian PM apologises for raising harassment allegation

At a media conference on Tuesday, Morrison had said he would drive cultural change amid mounting public dissatisfaction over a series of allegations.

Reuters | 17 days ago

Israeli's vote on Netanyahu again

On the campaign trail, Netanyahu has highlighted his role in securing millions of vaccine doses from Pfizer Inc and turning Israel into what he dubbed

Reuters | 18 days ago

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