JERUSALEM Police questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a fourth time on Monday in a corruption investigation that has prompted political rivals to start looking to a “post-Bibi” Israel. Netanyahu, 67, is a suspect in two cases, one involving the receipt of gifts from businessmen and the other related to conversations he held with an Israeli newspaper publisher about limiting competition in the news sector in exchange for more positive coverage.
The countdown continues to the first major of the year, with Sky Sports the only place to watch live coverage of all four days of the 2017 Masters.
ABUJA, Nigeria — To the seasoned air traveler, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport has room for improvement. Travelers must climb a grimy stairwell to get to gates for boarding.
The Ryder Cup may be more than 18 months away, but Thomas Bjorn would surely have been delighted with a superb European challenge at the WGC-Mexico Championship.
BEIJING — China set a slightly lower economic growth target for this year as the country’s lawmakers began their annual meeting on Sunday.