Israel’s attorney general dropped a bribery case against Ariel Sharon. Menachem Mazuz announced Tuesday that the Israeli prime minister would not be indicted in a bribery probe. The bribery scandal centers on a real-estate magnate friend of the Sharons who hired Sharon’s son to serve as an adviser for a Greek island resort deal in the 1990s.
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