BREAKING: Netanyahu's 12- year tenure ends

Benjamin Netanyahu's time in power in Israel is finally over after a coalition of parties won a majority in the country's parliament.

The long serving leader was defiant before the vote, and said 'we will be back'.

Sky's Mark Stone has the latest.

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