The story

Israel's next government is shaping up to be a narrow conservative coalition after designated Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to strike a deal on Friday with the moderate Kadima Party.

"Unfortunately, I encountered a complete refusal for unity, a complete refusal to create joint teams to reach arrangements in order to find a common ground," Netanyahu told reporters after meeting with Kadima leader, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni.

"I found no willingness for unity by Livni." Read full article »

CNN Jerusalem Bureau Chief Kevin Flower contributed to this report.

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