Israel Election Ends in Apparent Deadlock

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Mar.24 — Israel’s election is heading for another deadlock. Exit polls and early results suggest the country’s fourth election in two years hasn’t produced a clear winner. If the numbers are accurate, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and rivals will spend the coming days exploring possible alliances. Bloomberg’s Alisa Odenheimer reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”

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