Netanyahu fires Israeli interior minister after court ruling
05 February 2023 | 12:09 pm
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired Interior and Health Minister Aryeh Deri after a Supreme Court ruling said Deri could not serve in the Cabinet.
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