Obama, Netanyahu discuss Iran, Middle East talks by phone
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke by phone on Monday and discussed recent developments on Iran, Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, and other regional issues, the White House said on Monday.
"The two leaders agreed to continue their close coordination on a range of security issues," the White House said.
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