With Israeli elections just days away, we gauge voter sentiment ahead of a contest that will likely return Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to power. But many voters are disillusioned, not excited about the prospects ahead.
The Israeli parliament, known as the Knesset, has begun voting on a bill that could dissolve parliament. New elections could happen as soon as March 17 and Netanyahu is likely to win again as his party's leader.
Expectations are mixed among Israelis as the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, votes to pave the way for early elections in March. Tania Krämer reports from Jerusalem that Prime Minister Netanyahu has grounds for concern.
Officials in Ramallah have decided to submit a draft resolution on Wednesday to the UN in a bid to end Israel's hold on the West Bank. US officials are meeting with EU ministers to gauge attitudes on the conflict.
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