Israeli PM's wife charged with fraud, breach of trust

  1. Israeli PM’s wife charged with fraud, breach of trust  Northwest Herald
  2. Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara charged with fraud for misusing state funds to claim delivery meals worth $1,00000  Firstpost
  3. Netanyahu’s wife charged with $100000 food delivery fraud  Jakarta Post
  4. What Sara Netanyahu’s Embarrassing Indictment Means for Her Husband  Haaretz
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Israeli PM's wife charged with fraud, breach of trust

  1. Israeli PM’s wife charged with fraud, breach of trust  Yahoo News
  2. Sara Netanyahu Indicted on Fraud Charges in Israel  New York Times
  3. Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli prime minister, charged with fraud over government funds for gourmet meals  Los Angeles Times
  4. Benjamin Netanyahu criticises ‘witch hunt’ as Israeli police launch new corruption investigation  The Independent
  5. Sara Netanyahu charged with misuse of public funds in ‘meals-ordering’ affair  Washington Post
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The Latest: Iran tells Kim: Don't trust Trump

  1. The Latest: Iran tells Kim: Don’t trust Trump  Washington Post
  2. Singapore Summit: As Clock Ticks Down to Trump-Kim Meeting, Sides Huddle in Last-Minute Talks  Wall Street Journal
  3. Trump optimistic, confident hours before historic, potentially dicey summit with Kim Jong Un  Business Insider
  4. For All His Deals, Trump Has Never Faced an Adversary Like Kim Jong-un  New York Times
  5. Mike Pompeo “optimistic” Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit will set “framework” for denuclearization  CBS News
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Medicare's Trust Fund Is Set to Run Out in 8 Years. Social Security, 16.

  1. Medicare’s Trust Fund Is Set to Run Out in 8 Years. Social Security, 16.  New York Times
  2. Social Security to tap into trust fund for first time in 36 years  MarketWatch
  3. Trustees Report Warns Medicare Finances Worsening  U.S. News & World Report
  4. Social Security Expected to Dip Into Its Reserves This Year  Wall Street Journal
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Google says India anti-trust ruling could cause 'irreparable' harm: document

Google says India anti-trust ruling could cause 'irreparable' harm: documentAlphabet Inc’s Google has said an Indian antitrust ruling that found it was guilty of search bias could cause “irreparable” harm and reputational loss to the company, according to a legal document reviewed by Reuters. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) in February fined Google $20 million for abusing its position in online web search and also slammed the company for preventing its partners from using competing search services. After the ruling, Google had said the verdict raised only “narrow concerns”, but in its plea challenging the CCI’s ruling the search giant signalled the impact could be far greater.


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