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Police question Olmert in bank case

Police questioned Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Tuesday about his involvement in the privatization of Israel’s second-largest bank — one of two cases in which the Israeli leader is being investigated on suspicion of corruption. Authorities suspect Olmert tried to rig the government’s sale of a controlling interest in Bank Leumi in favor of two associates when he was finance minister in 2005. He was questioned at his official residence in Jerusalem on Tuesday morning by three police investigators, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said. Full Story

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