WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are deeply at odds over how fast the clock is ticking down on the need for military action against Iran's nuclear program, and their talks on Monday are unlikel...
Protesters rallied against a possible military strike against Iran as Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled to Washington DC, on Monday, for talks with US president Barack Obama. Speaking to powerful pro-Israel lobby gr... Read Post
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday their nations stand together in their efforts to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon. The two leaders met at the White House to discuss Iran's nu... Read Post