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Netanyahu challenger Gantz fails to form new Israeli government: party

Reuters Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Benny Gantz, the main political challenger to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has failed to form a new government by the deadline set after he tied with the incumbent in a September election, his centrist party said on Wednesday.
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