The two leaders spoke face-to-face for the first time.
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Why the deal signed in Manila is the most important event of Obama's Asia tour
President Obama signaled that the U.S. may not transfer wartime command over South Korean troops as planned in 2015
As Obama visits four Asian democracies, the specter of China looms large
Official statements paint contrasting pictures.
This isn't the first time a sitting U.S. president would meet the exiled Tibetan leader.
One lawmaker says Russia's votes are much more legitimate.
Netanyahu, who is favored to win the election here, has had a cool relationship with Obama and was widely seen to have favored Mitt Romney.
Most associated Obama chiefly with the U.S. military role in Afghanistan and seemed deeply ambivalent about it.