Netanyahu Backs Former Confidant, Embroiled in Bribery Case, in Likud Primary

Ex-bureau chief David Sharan, suspected of receiving millions for promoting a $2b deal to purchase German submarines, is one of many vying for top spots ■ Who to watch for in Tuesday's vote?

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Sunday that he was backing his former bureau chief David Sharan, suspected of accepting bribes in a high-profile corruption case, for the Tel Aviv district ticket in...