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Ex-Israeli premier gets $19,000 fine, no prison

Ehud Olmert, a former prime minister of Israel, was sentenced by a Jerusalem court Monday to a one-year suspended prison term and a maximum fine of about $19,000 for breach of trust. The relatively light sentence ended a long-running prosecution that forced Olmert from office. It also opened the way for a possible political comeback.

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  • Headline: Ex-Israeli premier gets $19,000 fine, no prison
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 2 on 09/25/2012
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