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A Palestinian man walks near a USAID billboard in the West Bank village of Badhan, north of Nablus, last August. Since January, U.S. financing for humanitarian programs serving Palestinians has been suspended Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Aid Agency Is Preparing To Lay Off Most Local Staff For Palestinian Projects

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Meeting Netanyahu's Young Supporters

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With Re-Election Win, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Can Build A Right-Wing Government

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Israel Election: Netanyahu Headed For Win In Close Race

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Polls Have Closed In Israel — Here's What The Country's Election Day Shows So Far

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Israeli settlers celebrate the Jewish Purim holiday on al-Shuhada Street in the divided West Bank town of Hebron on March 21. Hazem Bader/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After A Decade Of Netanyahu, Hopes Fade For A Palestinian State

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Israel's Netanyahu Makes Dramatic Campaign Pledge Ahead Of Election

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Israel's Netanyahu Embraces Populist Allies, Driving Opposition At Home

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What To Know About Israel's Elections

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How A Decade Of Netanyahu Has Reduced The Chances Of A 2-State Solution

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How Israeli Attitudes Toward Democracy Have Changed Under Benjamin Netanyahu

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An election campaign billboard in Tel Aviv shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with his close ally President Trump. Seeking re-election under a cloud of criminal investigations, analysts say Netanyahu has been channeling a Trump-style approach, with an angry campaign against perceived domestic enemies. Ariel Schalit/AP hide caption

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Protesters run to cover from teargas fired by Israeli troops near fence of Gaza Strip border with Israel on Saturday. The day marked the first anniversary of the Gaza border protests. Adel Hana/AP hide caption

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4 Palestinians Killed Along Gaza Border In 'Great March of Return' Protest

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Israeli Troops Kill At Least 4 Palestinian Protesters, Gaza Health Officials Say

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German Police Report Rise In Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes

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