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Benjamin Netanyahu wins majority in Israeli election

By DW
04 November 2022   |   11:21 am
Israel's longest-serving prime minister will return to lead what experts expect will be the country's most right-wing government to date. Benjamin Netanyahu still faces corruption charges, which he denies.

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