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Benjamin Netanyahu to become Israeli prime minister again

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Benjamin Netanyahu is once again the prime minister of Israel. Israeli’s current Prime Minister Yair Lapid conceded defeat after the countries fifth national election in four years. The new Israeli government will likely be one of the most far-right administrations the country has ever had.