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Israel Election: Netanyahu Appears Headed For Win In Close Race

With almost all votes counted, Prime Minister Netanyahu has the best chance of forming a government of right-wing parties.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be on his way to a fourth consecutive term.

The election is neck-and-neck between his right-wing party and that of his top contender,

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