Judges decide against live broadcast of Netanyahu’s trial

The judges in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s corruption trial, which is to begin in two weeks, will not permit a live broadcast of the beginning of the trial.

The first hearing on May 24 will see the charges against him — bribery, fraud and breach of trust — in three cases read out in court.

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