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Israel PM arrives at White House for Obama talks
Published Monday 03/03/2014 21:47
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WASHINGTON (AFP) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday arrived at the White House to meet US President Barack Obama over the future of the peace process with the Palestinians.

Obama is expected to press Netanyahu to accept a framework for extending the negotiations beyond a late April deadline, although the Israeli leader has pledged to resist any pressure.
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1 ) Mel / USA
03/03/2014 22:21
Don't you mean PIECE process? Bibi saying,"We're going to take a piece of this and a piece of that,whether YOU,or international laws,like".

Just stop the checks to Israel,Obama. Extremist Zionism doesn't deserve our patronage any more. It's greedy,arrogant and unappreciative.It's like gving more money to AQ/Nusra.Not a good idea! And Israeli's always say WE DON'T NEED OR WANT YOUR American MONEY! So...........?

2 ) myra / canada
04/03/2014 19:42
The truth is Israeli prime minister is in the US to really speak or rant about Iran.sad but seems he hasn't any real interest in Israeli and Palestinian peace deal.
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