Israel's supreme court orders Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's son to give prosecutors tapes and documents that could contain incriminating evidence in an alleged bribery scheme. The order comes one day after Israel's chief prosecutor recommends that Sharon and his son be indicted for corruption. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Arik Bachar of Israel's Maariv newspaper.
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