Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared victory in his country's elections on Tuesday. In a statement on Twitter, Netanyahu said "against all odds" his party, Likud, secured a "great victory." Initial exit polls showed Likud deadlocked with the Zionist Union, a center-left party. One survey, released by Israel's Channel 2, gave Likud 28 of the 120 seats in the parliament. But two other polls estimated both parties would get 27 seats.
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