January 20, 2014

Explaining the Netanyahu-Harper Bromance

John Ivison, National Post

The Associated Press

It's not a full Hollywood-style bromance, but close enough.

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TAGGED: Canada, Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, Stephen Harper

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