(JERUSALEM) -- In one of the biggest corruption cases in Israeli history, Ehud Olmert, the country's former prime minister, was found guilty on Tuesday of breach of trust, but acquitted of two far bigger corruption charges.
Olmert was convicted of breach of trust when, as a minister, he granted business favors to a friend. He was found not guilty of double charging charities for travel and using the leftover money for personal reasons, and of taking bribes from an American businessman.
The single conviction is seen as a victory for Olmert. A sentence will be handed down later.
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