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17 Mar. 2015
Ayman Odeh (3rd R), head of the Joint Arab List, reacts... more
ISRAEL-ELECTION/
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17 Mar. 2015
Nazareth, Israel
Ayman Odeh (3rd R), head of the Joint Arab List, reacts with members of the party after exit poll results in Nazareth March 17, 2015. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu closed a gap with center-left rival Isaac Herzog in a hard-fought Israeli election on Tuesday, exit polls showed, leaving both men with a chance to rule but Netanyahu with the clearer path to forming a coalition. But Herzog also could prevail, should Kulanu and a bloc of Arab Israelis - which the polls predicted would be Israel's third largest party - throw their support behind him. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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