Obama, Netanyahu agree to focus on peace talks
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Obama, Netanyahu agree to focus on peace talks

President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to warm rocky relations Tuesday, declaring that any talk of a rift is unfounded. Obama said the U.S.-Israeli bond is 'unbreakable.' (July 6) (The Associated Press)

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