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Netanyahu claims Israel vote win but majority uncertain

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praises a "tremendous achievement" as his party is on track to win the most seats in Israel's election - the fourth in less than two years - but he is not guaranteed to secure a majority.

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