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Obama, Jordan's King Discuss Syria Refugees, Extremist Risksi
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March 23, 2013 1:26 PM
On the final leg of his Middle East trip, President Barack Obama and King Abdullah of Jordan discussed the serious impact of Syria's civil war on the region. The talks also covered Israel-Palestinian peace efforts. VOA White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports on their news conference in the Jordanian capital.

Obama, Jordan's King Discuss Syria Refugees, Extremist Risks

Published March 23, 2013

On the final leg of his Middle East trip, President Barack Obama and King Abdullah of Jordan discussed the serious impact of Syria's civil war on the region. The talks also covered Israel-Palestinian peace efforts. VOA White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports on their news conference in the Jordanian capital.


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