Israeli police again questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption allegations, at his official residence in Jerusalem on Tuesday. Netanyahu and his wife are being questioned on the so-called Bezeq-Walla affair. They are accused of being involved in a corruption case involving the country's largest telecoms company, Bezeq. Authorities say that Netanyahu promoted regulatory... Еще benefits for Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for receiving favourable coverage on the company's news site, Walla. The prime minister's wife, Sara Netanyahu, is also alleged to have used her connection to the wife of Bezeq Telecom Israel owner Iris Elovitch to receive positive coverage. The Netanyahus and Bezeq have denied the allegations. Anti-Netanyahu protesters gathered outside of the prime minister's official residence to show their support of the investigation and their disdain for Netanyahu.