A compromise aimed at saving Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition advanced Monday as speculation built over whether the premier wants early elections to bolster his standing ahead of a potential indictment for bribery. Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman also provided the government with some breathing space by announcing he did not intend to quit for now…
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