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Topic - Moshe Katsav
Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav entered a minimum-security prison on Wednesday to start serving a seven-year sentence for rape, but not before defiantly accusing the state of Israel of "executing" an innocent man.
The Roman Catholic Church announced Tuesday that the Cuban government would release the last two political prisoners held since 2003.
Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav was convicted Thursday of raping an employee when he was a Cabinet minister, the most serious criminal charges ever brought against a high-ranking official in Israel and a case that shocked the nation.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A plea bargain that would allow Israel"s former president to avoid rape charges and jail time has drawn a fierce public backlash, with protests in Tel Aviv and a Supreme Court appeal yesterday that have put the deal in doubt.