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Israeli ex-prime minister Ehud Olmert was freed from prison on Sunday after being granted parole from a 27-month sentence for corruption scandals that brought down his promising political career. Olmert, the country's first former premier to serve jail time, did not speak to reporters when leaving the Maasiyahu prison in central Israel. The conditions of his parole were not made public, but Israeli media reported that they include reporting to police twice a month and a ban on leaving the country.
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