US President Barack Obama insisted on Thursday a two-state solution was still viable, but disappointed his Palestinian hosts by failing to take a clear stance on freezing settlement activity.
Barack Obama greets children at the al-Bireh Youth Center in the West Bank city of Ramallah today. Barack Obama has insisted a two-state solution is still viable but irked his Palestinian hosts by failing to take a stand freezing settlements
On the second day of a historic visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories, Obama travelled to the West Bank's political capital to face an audience disappointed by his failure to meet expectations that he could help deliver them a state.
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