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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Israel has issued an indictment against a businessman on charges of attempting to bribe Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Deputy Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, the Israeli web site The Jerusalem Post reported on 21 January.
Presented on 21 January to the Tel Aviv Magistrates Court, the indictment charged businessman David Appel with "giving Sharon hundreds of thousands of dollars to promote an ambitious real-estate project in Greece when Sharon was foreign minister in 1999 and to help rezone urban land near Tel Aviv, both before and during his term as prime minister", the web site said.
According to the web …