Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is facing a conflict of interest probe over a submarine deal with the German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp, DW reports.

This is the third government crisis caused by ThyssenKrupp’s submarine deals. The German conglomerate has been embroiled in similar scandals in Greece and Portugal.

The deal entailed Israel buying three Dolphin class submarines worth €1.4bn; these would make them the most expensive weapon in Israel’s possession, Jerusalem Post note...


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