Israeli voters cast their ballots for third time in 12 months
03 March 2020 | 1:12 pm
Israeli voters arrive to the Gymnasia Ha'ivrit polling station in Jerusalem as they vote for a third time in 12 months, with embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking to end the country's political crisis and save his career.
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