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Israeli parliament seeks candidate after Netanyahu, rival fail to form government

Reuters Thursday, 21 November 2019 ()
Israel's president told lawmakers on Wednesday to name a candidate to form a new government after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and challenger Benny Grantz both failed to clinch their own coalitions.
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News video: Israel opposition leader Gantz calls on PM Netanyahu to resign but supports unity government

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