Israel's Olmert Visits U.S. Amid Corruption Probe Prime Minister Ehud Olmert leaves Israel on Monday for a three-day visit to Washington, where he'll meet with President Bush and address the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Olmert's visit is overshadowed by problems at home, including a corruption probe.
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Israel's Olmert Visits U.S. Amid Corruption Probe

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Israel's Olmert Visits U.S. Amid Corruption Probe

Israel's Olmert Visits U.S. Amid Corruption Probe

Israel's Olmert Visits U.S. Amid Corruption Probe

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Prime Minister Ehud Olmert leaves Israel on Monday for a three-day visit to Washington, where he'll meet with President Bush and address the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the most powerful of the pro-Israel lobbying groups. Olmert's visit is overshadowed by his problems at home, including a major corruption probe.