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Netanyahu rival Gantz accepts mandate to try to form Israeli government

Reuters Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Former military chief Benny Gantz received an official mandate on Wednesday to try to form Israel's next government, but with no easy path to ending Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's long hold on power.
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News video: Israeli ex-general threatens 'King Bibi's' record reign

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Ex-general Benny Gantz is being tasked with trying to form Israel's next government thus threatening Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's record reign. Emily Wither reports.

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