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  Israel PM signs coalition deal  Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reached a deal to form a new coalition government   Netanyahu asked to form coalition  Jerusalem: President Shimon Peres has asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new government following parliamentary election Netanyahu dips into centrists' playbook  Jerusalem: Netanyahu announced three top priorities straight from the playbook of a rival, Yair Lapid, as he starts to pursue the formation of a new government Netanyahu: Jerusalem not a settlement Map of East Jerusalem Israel
  Netanyahu denies two-state reversal  Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has watered down a pre-election vow not to allow the establishment of a Palestinian state   Netanyahu vows no Palestinian state

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  Jerusalem: The Israeli Prime Minister has said he will not allow the creation of a Palestinian state if he is re-elected in Tuesday's vote

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  Israeli Prime Minister sharply defended his government's plan to build new housing on disputed land in East Jerusalem

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  Jerusalem: Netanyahu said that Israel would agree to a peace agreement with Palestinians under which there would be a 'demilitarized Palestinian state'
 Israeli Prime Minister said a Palestinian state must have no army, no control of its air space, no way of smuggling in weapons, and must recognise Israel as a Jewish nation
May.16 PM 'may back two states'  Jerusalem: Prime Minister Netanyahu may be prepared to endorse a peace process leading to an independent Palestinian state Mar.20 Netanyahu gets more time  Jerusalem: Prime Minister-designate, running out of time to form a coalition government, was granted a 14-day extension Friday by President Shimon Peres Feb.27 Netanyahu fails to strike deal with Kadima  Jerusalem: Next government is shaping up to be a conservative coalition after designated Prime Minister failed to strike a deal with the moderate Kadima... Feb.20 Netanyahu picked to form government
  Jerusalem: President Shimon Peres: Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the conservative Likud Party, has been chosen to form Israel's next government
 Netanyahu said Israel faced the global economic crisis and what he said was Iran's wish to obtain nuclear weapons. Tzipi Livni, leader of the centrist Kadima, has suggested she would rather be in opposition
Feb.19 Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal
  Jerusalem: Likud Party leader has picked up tentative support that could give him the inside track on forming a coalition government and becoming PM

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Nov.12   Netanyahu vows to expel Arafat  Jerusalem: Foreign Minister said that if he was elected prime minister he would force Palestinian leader from the territories

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Dec.10 Barak, Netanyahu run for PM
   Israel: Labor Party named Barak as its candidate. Netanyahu cannot run as long as parliament remains intact.

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