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  Israeli PM 'regrets' deaths  Jerusalem: Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed regret after at least nine people died when troops stormed ships trying to break the Gaza blockade   Netanyahu offers Clinton 'to build trust'  Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a series of 'trust-building measures' to revive peace talks with the Palestinians   Netanyahu in-law in Obama slur  Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister has distanced himself from Hagai Ben-Artzi's description of US President Barack Obama as anti-Semitic   Netanyahu sworn in as Israeli PM
  Sarkozy, Obama bemoan Netanyahu  Journalists overheard French President blasting Israeli Prime Minister as a 'liar' during a talk with U.S. President Barack Obama   Netanyahu lays out peace terms


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.9
May.24
  U.S. Congress: Israeli Prime Minister told a joint meeting of the Congress that he is prepared to make 'painful compromises' for a peace deal with Palestinians


year 2010 Top ^

May.31
Mar.18
Mar.17


year 2009 Top ^

Mar.31
  Jerusalem: The parliament has sworn in Benjamin Netanyahu and approved the new right-leaning coalition cabinet by 69 votes to 45

Mar.25
Feb.23
Feb.20
  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


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.19 Likud picked Netanyahu as its new leader
  Jerusalem: Likud Party picked the former Prime Minister, setting the stage for him to run against Sharon in March
Aug.30 Netanyahu to challenge Sharon leadership
  Jerusalem: The former finance minister will challenge Prime Minister for the Likud party leadership
Aug.7 Netanyahu resigns Cabinet post
  Jerusalem: The Cabinet approved the start of Sharon's plan to withdraw all troops and settlements from Gaza

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.26 Foreign minister replaced
  Jerusalem: Sharon has removed rival Netanyahu as foreign minister and offered the post to Finance Minister Silvan Shalom

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.4   Sharon rejects Netanyahu's terms
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, his government in disarray and his parliamentary majority gone Nov.3 Netanyahu to become foreign minister  Jerusalem: Former Prime Minister agreed to accept an offer from Sharon, on the condition that PM calls for early elections

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C. 2010-05-31 Israeli PM 'regrets' deaths Jerusalem
D. 2010-03-18 Netanyahu offers Clinton 'to build trust' Jerusalem
E. 2010-03-17 Netanyahu in-law in Obama slur Jerusalem
F. 2009-03-31 Netanyahu sworn in as Israeli PM Jerusalem
G. 2009-03-25 Netanyahu 'will be peace partner' Jerusalem
H. 2009-02-23 Netanyahu woos political adversaries Jerusalem
2009-02-20 Netanyahu picked to form government Jerusalem


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