Today's parliamentary elections in Israel are still too close to call, with polls showing foreign minister Tzipi Livni locked in a statistical dead heat with hardliner Benjamin Netanyahu, reports Reuters. Centrist Livni closed in on the right-winger's lead following Israel's 22-day incursion into Gaza.
"The trend we've seen the last few days indicates a very close battle," said one pollster. "No one has jumped ahead and it's tough to call." (Read more Israel stories.)