US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House.
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Obama and Netanyahu statement in full

US President Barack Obama and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu have admitted to "differences" on the path to Mid-East peace, after they met in Washington.

The talks came after Mr Obama said in a key speech that any future Palestinian state must be based on the borders that existed prior to the 1967 war.

A defiant Mr Netanyahu said there may be some concessions but stressed the 1967 lines were "indefensible".

He said that there could be no peace "based on illusions".

  • 20 May 2011
  • From the section World
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