Netanyahu in Deep Water: Everything You Need to Know About the Submarines Scandal

A timeline of the prime minister's stake in a U.S. company with links to a German shipbuilder, Israel's purchase of submarines and developments in the police investigation

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File photo: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu climbs out after a visit inside the Rahav submarine, after it arrived in Haifa port, January 12, 2016.Credit: Baz Ratner/Reuters

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