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Netanyahu leads in Israeli election, but still lacks majority

Reuters Tuesday, 3 March 2020
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu led on Tuesday in Israel's third national election in less than a year but was short of a governing majority, nearly complete results showed.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu led in a cliffhanger election in Israel, after television exit polls showed him two seats short of a governing majority in parliament. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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