Israeli Prime Minister Faces Corruption Probe

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Gidi Greenstein of Reut Institute, a public policy think tank in Tel Aviv, talks with Scott Simon about the charges of corruption swirling around Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. He's accused of taking illegal campaign contributions from a New York businessman and has said he will resign if indicted.



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