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Israel May Hold New Elections After Netanyahu's Rival Fails To Form Government

NPR Wednesday, 20 November 2019 ()
Benny Gantz's failure to form a coalition prolongs months of political deadlock. It does not automatically trigger new elections; rather, it kicks off another wave of political haggling.
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