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Israel swears in new coalition ending Netanyahu's long rule
Naftali Bennett, a former ally of Netanyahu turned rival, became prime minister after a 60-59 vote
Israel to swear in new government, ending Netanyahu's long rule
Naftali Bennett, the head of a small ultranationalist party, will take over as prime minister, sending Netanyahu into opposition after a record 12 years in office.
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Israel: PM Netanyahu's opponents strike coalition deal to oust him
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Isaac Herzog, son of former president, elected president of Israel
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Opponents of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu are racing against time to finalise a coalition government ahead of a midnight deadline on Wednesday.
Israeli right-wing leader joins with centrists to oust Netanyahu
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Israel unleashes strikes after vowing to press on in Gaza
The latest strikes came after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pushed back against U.S. pressure to wind down the offensive against Gaza's militant Hamas rulers, who have fired thousands of rockets at Israel.
Joe Biden calls for 'significant de-escalation' in Gaza conflict
The US president stepped up pressure on Israel during a call with prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to the White House.
Israel strikes Hamas targets as Gaza conflict continues
As the conflict entered its second week on Monday, violence showed no signs of easing with heavy Israeli airstrikes in Gaza and continued rocket fire from Hamas in southern Israel.
Netanyahu misses deadline, political future in question
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has missed a midnight deadline for putting together a new coalition government.
Iran and Israel trade barbs after nuclear site sabotage
Israel has not yet confirmed or denied if it carried out the strike which damaged centrifuges at the Iranian Natanz nuclear plant.
Netanyahu asked to form new government, but faces long odds
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In Israel, still no winner after fourth election in two years
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Israel election: Netanyahu appears short of majority
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Bibi again? Israelis vote as country emerges from virus restrictions
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Thousands protest Netanyahu three days before Israel election
Once again, Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political survival.
Israel reopens economy after vaccinating nearly 40% of population
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Netanyahu accuses Iran of attacking Israeli-owned cargo ship
The mysterious explosion struck the Israeli-owned MV Helios Ray, a Bahamian-flagged roll-on, roll-off vehicle cargo ship, as it was sailing out of the Middle East on its way to Singapore on Friday.
Israeli Prime Minister denies corruption charges
Benjamin Netanyahu enters plea in court in corruption trial.
Protesters in Jerusalem continue calls for PM Netanyahu to resign
Weekly protests continue in Jerusalem calling on Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to step down over corruption charges
Israel on cusp of fourth national election in two years
Israelis face a fourth outing to the ballot box in two years after the ruling parties failed to reach a compromise to stave off an automatic dissolution of parliament and fresh elections.
Israeli PM kicks off national vaccination campaign with public jab
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Israel moves towards fourth election in two years with Knesset vote
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Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit an Israeli settlement
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Thousands of protesters call for Benjamin Netanyahu's resignation
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