Israel bribery inquiry: 'Audiotape' adds to pressure on PM Netanyahu
Israeli media have reported the existence of an audiotape that is increasing pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is facing an inquiry into corruption allegations.
The tape purports to carry a conversation with a newspaper owner in which they discuss actions that would be mutually beneficial.
Mr Netanyahu was questioned by police last week in two different cases.
On Sunday he repeated that "nothing's going to come" out of the inquiry.
The details of the conversation on the audiotape were carried in a report on Channel 2 television and the Haaretz newspaper.