Israel's Ruling Party Holds Primary as Netanyahu Seeks to Oust Rival Sa'ar

About half of 120,000 Likud members cast their ballots ■ Netanyahu votes at private polling station, while Gideon Sa'ar is greeted by adoring fans

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Some 120,000 Likud party members were eligible to vote in the primaries Tuesday to decide the party slate in advance of the April 9 election, with results expected to come in by Wednesday morning.