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Israelis are going to the polls yet again

By DW
03 November 2022   |   10:34 am
For the fifth time in four years, Israelis are heading for the polls to elect a new Knesset. Hoping for a comeback is divisive former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But it's going to be a close race and he might have to rely on a kingmaker.

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