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Israel election: Polling stations open as Netanyahu battles to hang on to power

Independent Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Latest polls warn no one will win the second Israel election in less than six months prompting fears of another government-building deadlock
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Israel Election Heads for Deadlock Between Netanyahu and Gantz With 60% of the votes counted, it still remains unclear who will be the next prime minister of Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving prime minister, is seeking his fifth term. To win, Netanyahu's Likud party needs to...

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