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Israelis return to the polls in the election that nobody wanted

WorldNews Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
Israelis return to the polls in the election that nobody wantedBenjamin Netanyahu will again try to form a coalition to bring current deadlock to an end - Israeli diplomats across the world began voting last week, kicking off the second national election the country has held in just six months. About 3,500 staff and their families in more than 95 embassies and...
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