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With Gaza war talk, Russia visit, Netanyahu fights on in election race

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday threatened war in Gaza and then flew to Russia to discuss Israeli freedom of action in Syria with President Vladimir Putin as a frenetic election race neared its end.
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