In this Jan. 12, 2016 file photo, Israeli sailors stand on a German-built "Rahav" submarine on its arrival in to the military port in Haifa, Israel. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit, File)
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Israeli police questioned a former minister and a political advisor Monday as a probe widened over suspected corruption in the purchase of submarines for Israel's navy from Germany's ThyssenKrupp.Police likewise questioned a third suspect, identified only as a former senior member of Israel's National Security Council.The questioning came a day after six people were detained in connection with the case, including a former chief of the office of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.In July, Germany delayed signing a deal with Israel for the sale of three submarines, an Israeli official said, as the corruption probe gained momentum.
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