Netanyahu Roams East Africa to Find Deals, Mark Entebbe Raid

  • Seeking support against UN resolutions condemning Israel
  • Tanzania tells Netanyahu in Uganda it plans to open embassy

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attend an event to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1976 hostage rescue in Entebbe on July 4.

Photographer: Ronald Kabuubi/AFP via Getty Images

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened a four-country Africa trip with a stop in Uganda, where a daring Israeli rescue mission led by his brother 40 years ago played a pivotal role in launching his political career.

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