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.
After an expected change in leadership in Israel failed, the country's current prime minister is likely the next one, too. That's not good news for Israel or the Mideast, says DW's Bettina Marx.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party has won the country's elections. Before the vote, Netanyahu pledged to keep building Jewish settlements and shelve negotiations for a Palestinian state.
Current Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looked likely to remain in the job after his Likud party clearly won the most seats in Israel's election. The international reaction has been mixed.