Israel’s longest serving prime minister — Benjamin Netanyahu — has been swept from office after two years of political turmoil. Opposition groups on Wednesday agreed on a new government — with potentially far-reaching implications for Israel and all of the Middle East. Whether the coalition will be ratified, and what it has planned for Israel’s future, remains to be seen. Nick Schifrin reports.
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