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Anti-government protests continue in Israel decrying planned judicial reforms


Demonstrators have rallied for five weeks in a row to voice their discontent with the judicial reforms proposed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government. Netanyahu faces a trial on corruption charges. While he denies any wrongdoing, his opponents say the reforms are personally motivated.

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