Israeli PM Backs Pardon For Convicted Soldier

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The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants a pardon for an Israeli soldier convicted of the manslaughter of a wounded Palestinian attacker. We hear from both sides. Also on the programme, is the new Republican-led congress going to end up reforming rather than repealing Obamacare; and why are scientists finding dark matter so difficult to find? (Picture: Israeli solider Sgt. Elor Azaria waits with his parents for the verdict inside the military court in Tel Aviv, Israel. Credit: AP)