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Obama still looking for peace opening in final meeting with Netanyahu

President Barack Obama confronts one of his most strained foreign partnerships Wednesday during a final meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the pair making a last attempt at patching up their stormy bond before Obama leaves office. The President is intent on conferring solid ties to Israel upon his successor, despite the personal animus […]
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