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Netanyahu’s latest electoral gamble may backfire

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By:Jonathan Eyal The date has been set for Israel’s fourth general election in a decade: March 17, 2015. Prime Minister

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Israeli coalition collapses as Netanyahu fires key ministers

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Less than two years into office, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government collapsed Tuesday as he fired two ministers who lead

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Messy Italian Election Shakes World Markets

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In a national election meant to push Italy further down a path of economic reform, voters delivered political gridlock that

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Egypt: Opposition warns elections may fuel tensions

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An Egyptian opposition leader is warning the president’s call for parliamentary elections in April will only inflame the country’s political

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Christian parties agreed to consider other laws

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Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros al-Rai hosted a meeting on Thursday in Bkirki for the leaders of the Christian parties

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Rally in Beirut against the Orthodox electoral law

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A number of civil society activists held aprotest Tuesday in Downtown Beirut , near the parliament building to protest against

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Anastasiades wins Cyprus presidential vote

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Right-wing leader Nicos Anastasiades has won the presidential election in Cyprus with 51 per cent of the vote, exit polls

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Jordan extends voting by one hour as 53 % voted so far

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A Jordanian official says polling stations will be kept open for an extra hour to allow more people to vote

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Israeli exit polls: Netanyahu did far worse than expected

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu performed far worse than expected in Israel’s national elections on Tuesday, according to exit polls, and

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Lebanon president: Election will be held on time

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President Michel Suleiman stressed at the beginning of a cabinet session held at the Baabda Palace that the parliamentary elections

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