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  • JERUSALEM, March 19- The day before Israel's election, with polls showing he could lose, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the Palestinians would never have a state on his watch. The European Union called on Israel to commit to the two-state goal at a "crucial moment". The United Nations said the only way for Israel to remain democratic was to stick to...

  • JERUSALEM, March 19- The day before Israel's election, with polls showing he could lose, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the Palestinians would never have a state on his watch. The European Union called on Israel to commit to the two-state goal at a "crucial moment." The United Nations said the only way for Israel to remain democratic was to stick to...

  • JERUSALEM, March 19- The day before Israel's election, with polls showing he could lose, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the Palestinians would never have their own state on his watch. It was a sweeping statement that flew in the face of his own past commitments and 25 years of international efforts to arrive at a two-state solution to the...

  • Iran talks fuel Israeli tensions   Thursday, 19 Mar 2015 | 5:15 AM ET
    Iran talks fuel Israeli tensions

    After Israel re-elects President Benjamin Netanyahu, tensions have risen between Israel and the U.S. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports the latest.

  • UNITED NATIONS, March 18- The United Nations said on Wednesday that Israel needs to stick with the Middle East peace process to remain a democracy after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abandoned a commitment ahead of his re-election to negotiate a Palestinian state. Palestinians seek a state in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem, lands Israel...

  • UNITED NATIONS, March 18- The United Nations said on Wednesday it expects Israel to continue with the Middle East peace process to negotiate a Palestinian state after Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu was re-elected on a pledge to abandon that commitment. "It is incumbent on the new Israeli Government, once formed, to create the conditions for a...

  • Refaeli hopes for change with Israel   Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 | 12:40 PM ET
    Refaeli hopes for change with Israel

    Supermodel, Bar Refaeli says she hopes for a change in Israel following the Likud victory in yesterday's elections.

  • JERUSALEM, March 18- Embarrassed at failing to predict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's election victory, Israeli pollsters said on Wednesday they were blindsided by reticent rightist voters and may have unwittingly prodded waverers to back the incumbent. Israel's top three television stations, airing first returns as voting booths closed, found the...

  • *Netanyahu's Likud wins surprise victory in Israel election. JERUSALEM, March 18- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a come-from-behind victory in Israel's election after tacking hard to the right in the final days of campaigning, including abandoning a commitment to negotiate a Palestinian state. With 99.5 percent of votes counted on Wednesday, Likud...

  • Netanyahu claims Israel election victory   Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 | 6:22 AM ET
    Netanyahu's Likud claims victory

    NBC's Hadley Gamble reports Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has won another term in office but deep wounds linger after the bitter race.

  • JERUSALEM, March 18- As the dust settles on a dramatic election, the immediate questions are how Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu managed to stage such a fierce comeback, why the opposition fell short and what it means for Israel, the Palestinians and the world. Four days before the vote, Netanyahu looked all but out for the count, with the last opinion polls giving...

  • ICL CEO: A business reaction to Israel election   Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 | 5:40 AM ET
    ICL CEO: A business reaction to Israel election

    As the Likud party claims victory in the Israeli elections, Stefan Borgas, President & CEO at ICL, explains why he's not worried about the threat to exports, despite the knock-on effects of the country's foreign policy.

  • Netanyahu wins Israel election after shift right Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 | 4:35 AM ET
    Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the party's election headquarters after the first results of the Israeli general election on March 18, 2015

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a come-from-behind victory in Israel's election on Wednesday after tacking hard to the right.

  • *Netanyahu's Likud wins surprise victory in Israel election. JERUSALEM, March 18- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a come-from-behind victory in Israel's election on Wednesday after tacking hard to the right in the final days of campaigning, including abandoning a commitment to negotiate a Palestinian state. With 99.5 percent of votes counted, Likud...

  • *Netanyahu closes gap with Herzog's Zionist Union- exit polls. JERUSALEM, March 18- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party swept past its main rival, the centre-left Zionist Union, after nearly all votes were counted in Israel's election on Wednesday. By morning, with results in from 99 percent of polling stations, Likud had powered past the...

  • Will Netanyahu win Israel's tight election race?   Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 | 1:03 AM ET
    Will Netanyahu win Israel's tight election race?

    Masaki Kakizaki, assistant professor at Temple University, Japan Campus, says incumbent prime minister Netanyahu is in a "strong, advantageous position" to form Israel's new government.

  • Netanyahu likely to get a new term: DCIA   Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 7:50 PM ET
    Netanyahu likely to get a new term: DCIA

    Christian Whiton, principal at DC International Advisory (DCIA), discusses the stiff competition in Israel's election and explains what a new term for the incumbent prime minister means for the country.

  • For Israelis, security and social issues are key: Pro

    With both candidates having a hardline stance on Iran's nuclear ambitions, the main considerations for Israeli voters will be security and social issues, says Kenneth Stein, director, Institute for the Study of Modern Israel at Emory University.

  • *Netanyahu closes gap with Herzog's Zionist Union- exit polls. Isaac Herzog, Netanyahu's chief opponent and head of the center-left Zionist Union, said "everything is still open" and that he had already spoken to party leaders about forming a government. But after days in which Zionist Union appeared poised to defeat Netanyahu's Likud, the exit polls put the two...

  • *Netanyahu closes gap with Herzog's Zionist Union- polls. Two television polls, for Channel 10 and Channel 1, said Likud and Herzog's Zionist Union had each secured 27 seats each in the 120- member Knesset. In the final days of the campaign, opinion polls had given Zionist Union a lead of three to four seats over Likud, a margin that appeared to give Herzog a fighting...