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Israel election too close to call: exit polls

By DW
19 September 2019   |   1:55 pm
Exit polls show Netanyahu's Likud and the centrist Blue and White in a close tie. Neither party has enough seats with their allies to form a majority, raising the prospect of tough negotiations for a unity government.

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