With 97.4 percent of the vote counted, Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud and the rival Blue and White were deadlocked with a projected 35 seats apiece in the 120-seat parliament. But Likud and its traditional political allies were in command of a…
By Ilan Ben Zion, Associated Press
The Blue and White party, headed by former army chief of staff Gantz, drew even with Netanyahu's Likud party, but the incumbent prime minister is poised to form a government with his larger bloc of religious and nationalist allies.
By Associated Press
Israeli voters went to the polls Tuesday to choose a prime minister and 120 members of the legislature. With election results too close to call, both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Blue and White coalition opponent, Benny Gantz, are…
With final results hours away, the early indications were that Netanyahu suffered a setback by failing to score a decisive victory.
By Josef Federman, Aron Heller, Associated Press
By Aron Heller, Associated Press
Israeli voters were deciding Tuesday whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remains in office.
On Tuesday, Israel will hold hotly contested elections that will decide whether Benjamin Netanyahu wins another term as prime minister. He is facing his most serious challenger in his current 10-year tenure in Benny Gantz, a former Israeli military chief…
By Karin Laub, Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged Saturday to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank if re-elected, a dramatic policy shift apparently aimed at rallying his nationalist base in the final stretch of the tight race.
By Fares Akram, Associated Press
Tens of thousands of Palestinians on Saturday rallied at points near the Israeli border to mark the first anniversary of weekly protests in the Gaza Strip, as Israeli troops shot tear gas and opened fire at small crowds of activists…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump has signed a proclamation recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
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