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Israel's Netanyahu to meet with Biden in New York. The location is seen as a sign of US displeasure

  • In their meeting, U.S. President Joe Biden urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to find a compromise on a judicial overhaul that has sparked mass protests and concerns in both Israel and the United States.
  • Biden also raised concerns about the treatment of Palestinians by the far-right Israeli government and called for improvements in the West Bank at a time of increased violence in the region.
  • The meeting highlighted tensions between the U.S. And Israel, with Netanyahu's coalition government facing criticism for its settlement construction and opposition to a two-state solution. However, both leaders reaffirmed their commitment to stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
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